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Lokman Mohd Tahir; Narina A. Samah; Siti Nisrin Mohd Anis; Mohd Fadzli Ali – Management in Education, 2024
Objective: The purpose of this study is to explore principals' perspectives on the concept of teacher leadership, the strategies that they employed to support teacher leadership practice and the challenges and issues that principals faced while implementing teacher leadership. Methodology: This qualitative case study uses interview sessions with…
Descriptors: Teacher Leadership, Foreign Countries, Principals, Secondary Schools
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Eman I. Ahmed – Management in Education, 2024
This study reports on an investigation of the relationships between teacher empowerment and organisational citizenship behaviours. Data were collected from 457 teachers working in secondary schools in the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia. The results indicated that teacher empowerment was positively correlated with organisational citizenship…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Teacher Empowerment, Secondary School Teachers, Teacher Behavior
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Helen M. Gunter – Management in Education, 2024
Educational professionals are not ordinary everyday critics using experiential expertise to comment on practice. Instead, they are critical researchers who are concerned with debates about the purposes of education, social justice and equity, and how research is vital to understanding and explaining change. Using the reflexive views of six…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Doctoral Students, Educational Practices, Faculty
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Ho, Huong Xuan; Le, Angelina Nhat Hanh – Management in Education, 2023
While research on the relationship between leadership and organizational citizenship behaviours (OCBs) is well-established, empirical knowledge on the influence of benevolent leadership on OCBs through the mediating role of leader-member exchange, particularly in the context of educational management, remains scarce. Moreover, discussion is still…
Descriptors: Leadership Styles, College Faculty, Teacher Behavior, Teacher Administrator Relationship
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Hartney, Elizabeth; Axe, Jo; Borkowsky, Keith – Management in Education, 2023
The aim of this research was to develop a grounded theory of educational leadership development, using generative dialogue (GD), as an approach to initiating and maintaining professional growth in school principals/vice principals in an urban school district in a relatively affluent region of Western Canada. In Wave I, GD interviews were conducted…
Descriptors: Grounded Theory, Instructional Leadership, Leadership Training, Audio Equipment
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Lee, Catherine – Management in Education, 2023
There are an estimated 50,000 LGBT teachers in English schools. In common with all workplaces, under the Equality Act 2010, schools have a responsibility to protect Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) teachers from harassment in the workplace. From September 2020, for the first time, schools in England have been required to teach…
Descriptors: LGBTQ People, Minority Group Teachers, Foreign Countries, Teaching Conditions
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Johnson, Dimple S.; Johnson, Aaron D.; Crossney, Kristen B.; Devereux, Emily – Management in Education, 2023
Higher education institutions have evolved into a more stressful environment. Women have been experiencing higher levels of stress than their male counterparts. With higher education adopting to the onset of the pandemic, this brief report studied women's perceived stress in relation to perceived organizational and supervisory support, and age…
Descriptors: Females, Higher Education, Stress Variables, COVID-19
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Arroyo, Dalku; Bush, Tony – Management in Education, 2023
This paper focuses on the experiences of six Chilean female headteachers. It addresses their career progress, and the facilitators and barriers, as well as the challenges they encountered in accessing and enacting school leadership. The six participants were drawn from all three of Chile's school types -- public, semi-private and private -- in…
Descriptors: Women Administrators, Females, Barriers, Instructional Leadership
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González, Cristina Cruz; Rodríguez, Carmen Lucena; Segovia, Jesús Domingo – Management in Education, 2023
This study describes the life story of two female principals who carry out their work in particularly challenging schools in the Spanish educational context. This work is part of two larger international (ISSPP) and national research projects that aim to study the professional identity of school leaders. In this case, our objective was to analyse…
Descriptors: Principals, Women Administrators, Biographies, Instructional Leadership
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Lee, Catherine – Management in Education, 2023
This article utilises the model of authentic leadership by Bill George et al. to explore the extent to which gender influences teacher leader authenticity in the school workplace. Four male and four female Secondary Heads of School were asked to complete George et al.'s authentic leadership self-assessment tool and provide a written commentary…
Descriptors: Gender Differences, Principals, Secondary Schools, Leadership Qualities
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Shreffler, Megan B.; Murfree, Jessica R.; Huecker, Martin R.; Shreffler, Jacob R. – Management in Education, 2023
Top faculty are often at risk for experiencing the impostor phenomenon (IP) in the competitive landscape of higher education. Similarly, work--family conflict (WFC) impacts many individuals who work in higher education. The present study aimed to examine the relationship between the IP and WFC in higher education using a sample of university…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, College Faculty, Family Work Relationship, Conflict
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Rawal, Debyani Mukherjee – Management in Education, 2023
Job satisfaction is a vital factor regarding turnover rates, especially among women. Work life balance today, especially in times of COVID where home and work place have transgressed boundaries is an imperative precursor for the well-being of an individual. A satisfying job well-integrated into life, balances the overall mental and emotional…
Descriptors: Work Life Expectancy, Females, Elementary School Teachers, Secondary School Teachers
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Sánchez-Moreno, Marita; López-Yáñez, Julián; Toussaint-Banville, Manon – Management in Education, 2023
This article presents a comparative analysis of the professional identity formation of three female principals of schools serving disadvantaged population in Spain. The focus on identity formation is complemented with parallel attention on gender and leader's emotionality issues. The study embraces a qualitative-interpretive stance with a…
Descriptors: Professional Identity, Females, Women Administrators, Principals
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Batiste, Heidi; Benson, Wendi L.; Garcia, Cynthia – Management in Education, 2023
Positive interpersonal relationships between college administration and faculty are necessary as they contribute to organizational climate measures, such as a sense of belonging and perceived organizational worth. Furthermore, such relationships may combat against faculty cynicism. Interpersonal experiences are particularly relevant in a…
Descriptors: Interpersonal Relationship, Interprofessional Relationship, Collegiality, College Faculty
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Sipos, Norbert; Kuráth, Gabriella; Bányai, Edit; Jarjabka, Ákos – Management in Education, 2023
The purpose of this paper is to show what are the applicants' institution selection criteria in higher education in Hungary and what changes this will imply in higher education management and communication. These questions were investigated based on a review of the most relevant literature and the analysis of 1396 Hungarian higher education…
Descriptors: College Applicants, College Choice, Decision Making, Selection Criteria
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