D. Motie Mosa Hassan Abu Jabal (2022) Aspects of Organisational Behaviour in Secondary Schools in Gaza Governorates and Their Role in Improving Professional Performance for School Teachers , Education .
The aim of the current study is to explore aspects of organisational behaviour and the role performed in improving professional performance for school teachers in Gaza Governorate-based secondary schools. The target population in the study is made up of a collective number of 52 male and female headteachers in all secondary school headteachers in Gaza Governorate , The descriptive approach was used for its relevance to the nature of the study, as well as the use of two tools for the study. The first tool was an observation sheet and was applied to “40” managers, including “20” managers and “20” managers from the study community, and the second study tool was using the method Implementation of the personal interview for an intentional sample of the study population according to the personal interview newspaper, which was prepared specifically for this study, and “10” male and female managers from the study community were interviewed , The male and female headteachers’ feedback and questions posed under different themes have turned out to be directly linked up to both the field and topic of the study being conducted, with a main focus upon the influence exerted by various factors over the results.
The research study results are as follows:
1-Demonstrating a positive and significant relationship between the organisational behaviour in secondary schools and improvement of professional performance for teachers in favour of the organisational and administrative behaviour.
2-Highlighting statistically significant differences being made in favour of secondary school female headteachers being higher, if set against those differences being made by secondary school male headteachers, mainly when it comes to organisational behaviour and its relationship to the improvement of professional performance of female teachers.
3-Using the democratic pattern model as organisational administrative behaviour, being selected as the most preferred and viable option exercised by the secondary schools headteachers in Gaza Governorate; following and adopting the sequential style as an organisational administrative behaviour, being selected as the least preferred option; using the autocratic style being ranked third; and using the system model, being ranked in last place.