The Degree of Practicing Toxic Leadership by School Principals and its Relationship to the Level of Psychological Well-being out of Teachers Perspective in public schools

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Dr. Share Aiyed M Aldosari, Dr. Anwar Hamad Alrashidi


The study aimed to show the degree of school leaders’ practicing of toxic leadership, the level of psychological well-being, and the relationship between the two variables from the teachers’ point of view in public schools in Riyadh; as they represent the study population. A random sample of (252) male and female teachers was selected. The two researchers designed a questionnaire as study tool consisting of two aspects: First: (toxic practicing); In three fields, the second (psychological well-being); In six fields. The results showed that the degree to which school leaders practice toxic leadership is (low), and that the level of psychological well-being is (high)

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