2018, Vol. 3 Issue 1, Part S
The profile of leadership behavior of administrative heads of various physical education societies of Madhya Pradesh
AUTHOR(S): Dr. Vishal Banne
Eighty professors/ readers/lecturers of Madhya Pradesh who were teaching physical education at college and university level acted as the subjects in the study. Criterion measure for testing the hypothesis were the obtained scores from the self-made Leadership behavior questionnaire. The questionnaire was prepared to study the leadership behavior of Administrative Head working in various physical education department and colleges of Madhya Pradesh. The research scholar visited personally and corresponded to all the universities physical education department and colleges of Madhya Pradesh to collect data. Before distributing the questionnaire, the research scholar briefed them about the purpose of the study. They were requested to respond all the questions in the questionnaire covering different information about leadership behavior of administrative head working in various universities physical education department and colleges of Madhya Pradesh. They were given sufficient time to fill up the questionnaire. Conclusions: They were found to be democratic in nature. Takes decision after due consultation with the group members. Give advance notices of changing policies and procedures in their societies. Acts as real leaders. Gives enough time to listen to his/ her subordinates. They themselves maintain the standard of performance. Occasionally loses temper due to hectic schedule. Most of times are found to be friendly and easily approachable in nature. Often they were found to be indecisive when action has to be taken. Heads make everybody through his/ her tasks and goals. Most of time he is with the subordinates especially during the bad times. Motivating his group members to maintain and achieve high standard of their profession. Involving people seeking their views listening actively to what they to say and representing these views honestly. Being clear on what is expected, and providing feedback on progress. Showing tolerance of people's differences and dealing with their issues fairly. Acknowledging and recognizing people for their contributions and performance. Weighing alternatives, considering both short and long-term effects and then being in the decisions they make.
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Dr. Vishal Banne. The profile of leadership behavior of administrative heads of various physical education societies of Madhya Pradesh. Int J Yogic Hum Mov Sports Sciences 2018;3(1):1066-1068.