Effect of leaders' length of involvement on perceived effectiveness of community development agent training programmes
Author(s)Oduaran, Akpovire Bovadjera
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AbstractThis study was designed to investigate the effect of community leaders' length of involvement in community development agent training programme. Two hundred and eighty eight community leaders were randomly selected to participate in the study, data was collected using a structured questionnaire comprising of the community leaders involvement scale and perceived effectiveness scale. One way Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) was used to analyze the data. The result indicated that there was no significant effect of community leaders' involvement on the perceived effectiveness of community development agent training programme. It was suggested that subsequent studies should identify and investigate specific community development challenges and particular leadership style to drive the process.
Oduaran, A.B. 2014. Effect of leaders' length of involvement on perceived effectiveness of community development agent training programmes. Journal Of Social Sciences, 40(1):123-128. [ http://krepublishers.com/]