The current study aimed to examine the impact of the leadership skill approach on the school's effectiveness at the secondary level. Positivism philosophy was used. A sample of 300 SSTs was selected out of 1230 teachers in district DG Khan through a stratified sampling method. A self-developed questionnaire was used. The questionnaire was based on 55 items including three skills of leaders (24 items) and school effectiveness (31 items). The questionnaire was validated by using the Index of Item objective-congruence (IOC) whereas Cronbach’s Alpha was used to estimate the reliability of the questionnaire. Linear regression and independent sample t-tests were used as inferential statistics. The study concluded that all three leadership skills (human, technical, and conceptual) have a significant impact on the school's effectiveness. the study recommended that training may be provided to school heads to enhance their technical, human, and conceptual skills.
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