Date of Award
Education, Leadership and Public Service
Derek L. Anderson, Ed.D.
Joseph M. Lubig, Ed.D.
Athena J. Stanley, Ph.D. (candidate)
The purpose of this mixed-methods study was to investigate teachers’ and administrators’ perceptions of the characteristics of effective leadership for K-12 international schools. The data produced three themes; these include emotional intelligence, the ability to establish school culture, and administrative mindset. The literature review focused on the survey data points of humor, cultural intelligence, and vision embedded within these themes. The research findings are intended to advance the knowledge of leadership for K-12 international schools.
Smith, Travis S., "TEACHERS’ AND ADMINISTRATORS' PERCEPTIONS OF THE CHARACTERISTICS OF EFFECTIVE LEADERSHIP FOR K-12 INTERNATIONAL SCHOOLS" (2016). All NMU Master's Theses. 106.
Bilingual, Multilingual, and Multicultural Education Commons, Educational Leadership Commons, Elementary and Middle and Secondary Education Administration Commons, International and Comparative Education Commons, Other Educational Administration and Supervision Commons