Personality and Leadership Effectiveness
Dr. Khuda Bakhsh, Dr. Shafqat Hussain, Dr. Muhammad Naeem Mohsin

The study explored certain personality traits taken as determinants of leadership effectiveness. A sample of five hundreds teachers from one hundred secondary schools participated in the study. The researcher developed a questionnaire to measure the personality traits and principal’s leadership effectiveness was measured by LPI (Leadership Practices Inventory). The Collected data was entered into SPSS for data analysis. The data analysis was made using step-wise and multiple regressions to answer the research questions. The findings revealed that stress tolerance is the best predictor of principal leadership effectiveness followed by his emotional stability, self confidence, attractive looks and humor orientation.

Full Text: PDF     DOI: 10.15640/jehd.v4n2_1a14