Wasonga, Teresa A. (Teresa Akinyi), 1961-
Ed.D. (Doctor of Education)
Department of Leadership, Educational Psychology and Foundations
Educational leadership||School administrators--Illinois||Educational administration||Educational leadership||Educational psychology
The primary purpose of the planned study was to investigate professional educators in Northern Illinois to determine the relationship between manifestations of destructive leader behaviors (DLB) and K-12 workplace attitudes: subordinate likelihood of leaving, job satisfaction, levels of stress, and ability to perform work duties. The study demonstrated the presence of destructive leadership at all levels of educational leadership. Subordinate-directed behavior was perceived more than Organization-directed behavior and Sexual Harassment. Specific behaviors were found to be predictors of subordinate high job stress, low job satisfaction, high likelihood of leaving, and low perceived ability to perform work duties.
Woestman, Daniel Scott, "Destructive leader behavior : assessing public school leader behaviors and workplace attitudes" (2014). Graduate Research Theses & Dissertations. 2124.
Northern Illinois University
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