THE NEXUS BETWEEN CONFLICT MANAGEMENT STRATEGY AND FACULTY PERFORMANCE: TRANSACTIONAL LEADERSHIP AS MEDIATOR

Authors

  • Sidra Kiran Assistant Professor, Department of Education, Al-Hamd Islamic University, Islamabad, Pakistan
  • Muhammad Moin Head of Department (Education), Dar Ul Madina International University, Islamabad, Pakistan
  • Muhammad Wasim Shahzad PhD Scholar, Department of Education, Al-Hamd Islamic University, Islamabad, Pakistan

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https://doi.org/10.53664/JSRD/05-02-2024-21-259-266

Abstract

This research aimed to determine relationship amid incorporating conflict management strategies and the faculty performance of a higher education institution facilitated by the transactional leadership style as a mediator variable. A descriptive survey design was used. Sample of 200 instructors was obtained via multi-stage random sampling technique. In this regard, three instruments (Farooqi Organizational Conflict Management Strategy (FOCI), the faculty performance survey and the Multifactor Leadership Questionnaire (MLQ) were used in the study. Data were analyzed through AMOS. It was revealed that through implementing conflict management strategies in the institution, there is a direct impact on faculty performance. The results provide significant information in reaching the conclusion and making decision about research issues under consideration in the particular context. The research outcomes indicate that promoting the right conflict management and leadership behaviors in the higher learning faculty is dynamic for the higher performance of the individuals. There is a need for awareness about conflict-solving measures and encouraging constructive leadership.

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Published

30-06-2024

How to Cite

Sidra Kiran, Muhammad Moin, & Muhammad Wasim Shahzad. (2024). THE NEXUS BETWEEN CONFLICT MANAGEMENT STRATEGY AND FACULTY PERFORMANCE: TRANSACTIONAL LEADERSHIP AS MEDIATOR. JOURNAL OF SOCIAL RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT, 5(2), 259–266. https://doi.org/10.53664/JSRD/05-02-2024-21-259-266

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