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This study analyzed Principal’s Interpersonal techniques (Motivation, Communication, and Unity or Team spirit) and its efficiency at diverse amounts of Administration. These competencies are essential being a powerful leader. The main objective of the study was to understand that how these skills in a leader personality help to analyze their effect at the levels of administration. The questionnaire was distributed to hundred and fifty employees of different departments of three Universities of Rawalpindi and Islamabad consisted on Prime degree, Center amount and Reduced amount of administration. The gathered data was analyzed by using SPSS descriptive assessments, ANOVA, frequency distribution as being the most acceptable statistical approaches. It has been concluded that at the major stage of administration, the leader’s ability of solidarity will be more satisfying than the other skills.
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