Leadership Style among TVET Postgraduates Student


  • Reyanhealme Rohanai, Avlyin Jay Sumayong, Adib Farhan Zaime, Hasyamuddin Othman, Magdelyne Ansik Liman, Agnes Sumayong, Lai Chee Sern


The aims of this research to identify differences between gender and leadership style to identify the dominant leadership style among students in Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET). The research was conducted in UTHM involving 30 students from Faculty of Technical and Vocational Education with an equal respondents portion of 15 males and 15 females students. A set of questionnaire was developed and administrated for data collection. The study has shown that the most dominant style among students is Administrative Leadership Style (ALS). The findings for differentiation between genders indicated that there are significant differences in ALS and Conceptual Leadership Style (CLS) respectively. There are no significant differences in Interpersonal Leadership Style (ILS) between the genders.