A comparative study of public education sector and private education sector leadership styles of institutional heads
The main element in managing, directing, and improving an organisation is leadership. It has broader effects on many facets of life, particularly the paradigm of education. When necessary, standardised, efficient, and cutting-edge information are required to satisfy the social, national, and scientific demands. Since it is the institution's lifeblood, leadership has come to be recognised as being of utmost importance for educational institutions. This distinction comes at a time when the demands on the global education development are greater than ever. The study's main goal was to contrast the leadership philosophies of heads of public and private organisations. Heads and the autocratic, democratic, and laissez-faire leadership philosophies were the only topics covered in the study. Data were gathered using a survey method and a quantitative research methodology. The information was gathered utilising a reliable and valid research tool. While friends and family were consulted in some areas, the researcher herself collected the majority of the study's data. According to the study, chiefs of public organisations exhibit authoritarian leadership styles, whilst heads of private institutions exhibit democratic leadership styles. Similar to both democratic and autocratic leadership styles are used in both the institutions sectors, laissez-faire leadership is not used in either.
Sakshi Mathur. A comparative study of public education sector and private education sector leadership styles of institutional heads. Int J Res Finance Manage 2022;5(1):70-74. DOI: 10.33545/26175754.2022.v5.i1a.221