Zainullah Khan, Dr. GulapShahzada, Dr. Habib Nawaz
A study of principals’ leadership qualities and their relationship with teachers’ motivation was carried out. The objectives of the study were: To find out the perception of teachers about the principals’ leadership qualities at secondary school level, to investigate the motivational level of teachers, to measure the relationship between Principals’ leadership qualities and teachers’ motivation at secondary level. All the 900 secondary school teachers working in 69 schools of district Bannu were the population of the study. 312 secondary school teachers were selected randomly as a sample of study. Mean and SD deviation were used as descriptive statistics and Pearson Coefficient Correlation was used as inferential statistic for data analysis. Findings of the study revealed that teachers perceived that their principals have good decision making, power, their principals have not good interpersonal skills, their principals have good control of school, teachers believed that they have good teaching methodology; teachers perceived that their classroom management is of good, teachers considered that their mastery of the subject is good. There is significant positive correlation between principals’ leadership qualities and teacher academics motivation.