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2006

Fort Hays State University

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The Chinese Principal Leadership Capacities As Perceived By Master Teachers, Lotfollah Naijar Jul 2006

The Chinese Principal Leadership Capacities As Perceived By Master Teachers, Lotfollah Naijar

Academic Leadership: The Online Journal

The study addressed the following questions: (1) What are Chinese master teachers’ perceptions of their principals’ leadership capacities related to the American ELCC (2002) educational leadership program standards? (2) Do teachers’ demographic factors of gender, age, and years of teaching experience predict the perceptions of their principals’ leadership capacities? (3) Do principals’ demographic factors of gender, age, years of leadership experience, and education attainment predict the teachers’ perceptions of the principals’ leadership capacities?


Faculty Perceptions Of Occupational Therapy, Jennifer Cosgrove Apr 2006

Faculty Perceptions Of Occupational Therapy, Jennifer Cosgrove

Academic Leadership: The Online Journal

The purpose of this research study was to investigate faculty perceptions of occupational therapy program director leader behavior and the impact of that behavior upon the job satisfaction of occupational therapy faculty.


Leadership And Job Satisfaction, Stephanie Brooke Jan 2006

Leadership And Job Satisfaction, Stephanie Brooke

Academic Leadership: The Online Journal

The objective of this research is to understand the impact of leadership style on employee job satisfaction in an effort to improve leader-employee relations in nonprofit child care settings. Since turnover rates, separation costs, vacancy costs, and training costs are high in child care centers (Vickers, 2002), providing strategies for increasing job satisfaction will lead to a more stable environment for children and their families, promote positive leader member relations, and strengthen the organizational climate. Since leadership style can critically influence employee satisfaction, this study is of significant importance in promoting social change. Specifically, it focuses on a unique industry ...