Distributive Leadership and Teachers’ Satisfaction

Employee connection dynamics, especially education, are crucial in a fast-paced, technologically reliant workplace. The majority of educational institutions, both public and private, give strengthening employer-employee relations top priority and a substantial portion of their budgets. According to studies, utilizing this component of workplace dynamics makes the workplace more effective. The education sector aims to foster stronger teacher and administrative leadership and professional cooperation.  For instance, Torres's (2019) research looked at the connections between teachers' work satisfaction in the classroom, professional cooperation, and dispersed leadership. This study discovered a strong correlation between work happiness and teachers' opinions of distributed leadership. Also, professional collaboration mediated this relationship between the two variables. A comprehensive body of knowledge about leadership styles adopted by various organizations in different fields. These studies prove leadership is essential to organizational success. Understanding various school leadership styles has been a trend in recent years. For instance, Kilicoglu (2018) investigated the idea that it must be present for leadership to be most successful in boosting learning in the school context. Additionally, to improve student learning, it is crucial to instill a culture of delegating authority and taking on leadership roles in schools that involve not just the teachers but also the other stakeholders. cooperation between educators, social workers, and other professionals from different disciplines is called interprofessional cooperation in schools. Collaboration among professionals is equivalent to instructors being willing to share their practices with other teachers. Work satisfaction was statistically significantly predicted, like shared knowledge, principal support, and teacher cooperation. According to Borg and Drange (2019), there is little research on interprofessional collaboration, including various professions in education.

Democratic leadership is shown by distributed leadership. Two or more people work together to exercise principalship in this type of leadership. According to Kilicoglu (2018), dispersed leadership is an alternative to charismatic leadership. It is characterized by an individual's extraordinary qualities that motivate followers to work toward the organization's objectives. Compared to conventional top-to-bottom leadership, this type has a more significant impact on student results. Additionally, distributed leadership can influence business culture and academic achievement.