Self-Development As a Predictor Of The School Administrators’ Managerial Effectiveness

Hülya Kasapoğlu, Temel Çalık

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In this study, the relationships between the school administrators’ managerial effectiveness and their self-development levels were examined. The sample of the study comprised of 105 school administrators and 1279 teachers who worked in the province of Ankara. The managerial effectiveness and self-development scales that were developed by the researcher were used for the collection of the data. As the result of the study it was found that as the self-development levels of the administrators increased, a positive and moderately significant increase was seen in their managerial effectiveness functions according to the school administrators’ opinions and as the self-development levels of the school administrators increased, a positive and highly significant increase was seen in their managerial effectiveness functions according to the teachers’ opinions. It was found in the study that the school administrators’ self-development functions were a significant predictor of their managerial effectiveness. According to the administrators’ and teachers’ opinions, the first predictor in the predictor variables’ relative order of importance was found to be the cognitive dimension and the second was found to be the spiritual dimension.

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