THE EFFECT OF THE HEADMASTER COMMUNICATION AND LISTENING SKILL TO THE TEACHERS IN SCHOOL LEADERSHIP

Ratika Astimawati

Abstract


This study concerns with the effect of the headmaster communication and listening skill to the teacher in school leadership. The objectives of this research were to analyze and identify the effect of listening skill toward the leadership of the headmaster, and to find out the use of a good communication while meeting in the school to the headmaster listening skill. This research uses descriptive qualitative design. The data of this research were taken from the recorder of a meeting school. The technique for collecting data was record technique. From the data, the analysis found that there were 5 teachers which were active in communication and 5 teachers were passive. In listening there were 5 teachers active in listening and 5 teachers were passive. The writer found that communication and listening while meeting was balance, because the number of active-passive teachers in communication and listening were the same. Even there were a teacher interrupted while another teacher was speaking. The good point in this meeting that the headmaster always controls the meeting. The headmaster will not respond the joke if it was uncontrolled. It proves that communication and listening skill are needed in leadership.


Keywords


Communication; listening skill; leadership

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