GASPRO International Journal of Eminent Scholars
ADMINISTRATIVE CONFLICT AND PRINCIPLES� WORK PERFORMANCE IN UYO SENETORIAL DISTRICT
This study investigated administrative conflicts and principals work performance in Uyo senatorial District of Akwa Ibom State. An Ex-post research design was adopted for the study. Principals and vice-principals in public schools in the area constituted the study sample selected using purposive sampling technique. Data were collated using the administrative conflict and principals’ work performance questionnaire (ACPWPQ) designed by the researcher and administered on 250 secondary school administrators in Uyo senatorial district. Five research questions and four null hypotheses were formulated with regards to role, personality, inter-group and work performance of the administrators. All the four null hypotheses were tested at 0:05 level of significance using the Pearson Product Mordent Correlation analysis and multiple regression as the statistical tools used for the data analysis. The result revealed that, role conflict has significant but negative relationship with principal’s work performance. Also identified with significant but negative relationship principal’s work performance was personality conflict. Finally, Inter-group conflict was also observed to have significant but negative relationship with principal’s work performance. The conclusion was that administrators should limit their roles, so as to satisfy society’s expectations. Based on these findings, some recommendations were made including that; school administrators should see conflict as part of the school organization. It was also recommended that refresher course, symposia and workshops on administrative conflict and work performance strategies should be organized for administrators to improve their professional skills.
UMOREN FRIDAY JOHNNY
Global Studies Quaterly
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