This study aimed at exploring the impact of educational leadership processes such as goal setting,
strategic resourcing, curriculum quality, quality of teaching, promoting teaching-learning, and a
safe environment on positive work attitudes at the higher education level. Positive work attitudes were delimited
to job satisfaction, job involvement, and organizational commitment. A descriptive survey research design was
used to collect quantitative data through two questionnaires; educational leadership practices questionnaire and
positive work attitude scale. Results indicated that a positive correlation exists between two research variables.
Simple linear regression analysis reflected that the highest Beta coefficients exist between goal setting and positive
work attitude. It was concluded that in a sphere of mutual honor, trust, and allegiance between superiors and
subordinates the work attitudes strongly correlate positively. It is recommended open door policy, consultative
practices among educational leadership, and training for employee empowerment may be adopted to increase
1-Wajeeha Aurangzeb Assistant Professor, Department of Education, National University of Modern Languages H-9 Islamabad, Pakistan. 2-Tehsin Tahir Assistant Professor, Department of Education, University of Haripur, KP, Pakistan 3-Kifayat Khan Lecturer, Department of Education, University of Haripur, KP, Pakistan.