Yıl 2018, Cilt 3, Sayı 2, Sayfalar 59 - 77 2018-12-23

Exploring Aspiring School Leaders’ Perception of Preparedness on Four Leadership Domains

OLCAY YAVUZ [1] , Quintin L. Robinson [2]

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Principals play a vital role in setting the direction for successful schools. With the emphasis on preparing highly qualified school leaders for the 21st century, this article investigated aspiring school leaders’ and their perception of preparedness to serve as instructional leaders, talent and organizational system managers. Particularly, the findings explore how various factors are associated with improving future school leaders’ readiness to effectively carryout leadership responsibilities. The article concludes with recommendations for developing a well-designed educational leadership training program that prepares and supports future school leaders for an ever changing world.

Instructional Leadership, Talent Management, Climate and Culture, Organizational System
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Yazar: OLCAY YAVUZ (Sorumlu Yazar)
Kurum: Southern Connecticut State University
Ülke: United States


Yazar: Quintin L. Robinson
Kurum: Santa Clara University
Ülke: United States


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APA YAVUZ, O , L. Robinson, Q . (2018). Exploring Aspiring School Leaders’ Perception of Preparedness on Four Leadership Domains. Education Reform Journal, 3 (2), 59-77. Retrieved from http://dergipark.gov.tr/erjournal/issue/41300/458194
MLA YAVUZ, O , L. Robinson, Q . "Exploring Aspiring School Leaders’ Perception of Preparedness on Four Leadership Domains". Education Reform Journal 3 (2018): 59-77 <http://dergipark.gov.tr/erjournal/issue/41300/458194>
Chicago YAVUZ, O , L. Robinson, Q . "Exploring Aspiring School Leaders’ Perception of Preparedness on Four Leadership Domains". Education Reform Journal 3 (2018): 59-77
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