Teachers’perceptions of their school managers’skills andtheir own self-efficacy levels
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This paper investigated the relationships between teachers’per-ceptions of their school managers’skills and their own self-efficacylevels. A total of 651 teachers working in Turkey participated in thecurrent study. All the teachersfilled in two questionnaires andsubsequent quantitative data were analyzed through descriptiveand inferential statistics. Findings indicated significant positivecorrelations between perceived teacher self-efficacy and teachers’perceptions of their school managers’skills. Also, perceived man-agerial skills significantly predicted perceived self-efficacy. Finally,perceived self-efficacy and perceived managerial skills changedsignificantly based on teacher characteristics such as experienceand subject area. Findings highlight the need to develop holisticapproaches to improve the quality, efficiency, and management ofhuman resources in education.