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Performance Competencies And Appraisal Practices For Professional Hall Directors In Large Residence Hall Systems , Peter Donald Englin Jan 2001

Performance Competencies And Appraisal Practices For Professional Hall Directors In Large Residence Hall Systems , Peter Donald Englin

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

The purpose of this study was to identify processes and effectiveness of performance appraisal for professional hall directors in large residence hall systems as viewed by hall directors and their supervisors. The study identified that differences exist between perceptions of hall directors and supervisors concerning practices of performance appraisal. Competencies of effective hall directors were identified.;Sample was comprised of 54 universities with residence systems housing 4001 or more residents that employ professional hall directors and were members of ACUHO-I. Forty-eight of 53 institutions (90.6%) provided data. A total of 358 of 586 hall directors (61.1% response rate ...


Organizational Change: Extension Staff Response To Increase Programming For At-Risk Audiences , Diane Kay Klemme Jan 1999

Organizational Change: Extension Staff Response To Increase Programming For At-Risk Audiences , Diane Kay Klemme

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

As family and consumer sciences professionals begin to consider changes in the profession or their individual organizations, an understanding of organizational change and organizational change processes becomes an essential leadership skill (McGregor, 1997). To better overcome resistance to change and create sustained change, the leaders and their staff must learn to examine their personal and the organization's assumptions and alter those assumptions that limit the change process (Argyris, 1997). The purpose of this research is to examine the individual and organizational assumptions that contribute to or inhibit Extension staff programming efforts with at-risk audiences. The research will also aid ...


Faculty Computer Self-Efficacy And Integration Of Electronic Communication In Teaching College Courses , Leah Chepngéno Keino Kagima Jan 1998

Faculty Computer Self-Efficacy And Integration Of Electronic Communication In Teaching College Courses , Leah Chepngéno Keino Kagima

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

As technological innovations continue to change and expand, it becomes increasingly necessary to support faculty in adopting innovations to keep up with the educational demands of the 21st century such as the changing learning environments, distance education, computer based course management, and delivery technologies. Recent studies have indicated that successful implementation of educational technologies depends largely on educators who guide the daily experiences of learners. Understanding more about faculty confidence and skills for computer technology use can provide insights for intervention strategies in faculty development efforts. To prepare for this intervention, it is important to identify the extent to which ...


Time Management Strategy, Job Satisfaction, Research Productivity, And Life Satisfaction Of University Faculty , Yonsuk Lee Chung Jan 1988

Time Management Strategy, Job Satisfaction, Research Productivity, And Life Satisfaction Of University Faculty , Yonsuk Lee Chung

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

The major purposes of this study were to examine the factors affecting time management strategies used by faculty and to investigate the relationships between use of time management strategies and job satisfaction, research productivity, and life satisfaction. A stratified random sample of 275 faculty at Iowa State University were mailed questionnaires assessing time management behaviors, life and job satisfaction, demographic and family information, and work performance. Data analyses included descriptive statistics, factor analyses, Pearson product moment correlation analyses, canonical correlation analyses, and stepwise multiple regression analyses;Results of the study indicated that the time management strategies used by faculty members ...