Leadership

Teachers' Perceptions Of The Importance Of Identified Servant Leadership Characteristics For High School Principals In Two Diverse Communities

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Executive Summary

The purpose of this paper was to determine whether there are differences in the perceptions of the importance of identified servant leadership characteristics for high school principals held by teachers in schools located in two diverse communities. Servant leadership is a practical philosophy supporting people who serve first in their life and work (Frick, 2004, p. 8). Like other leadership philosophies, the practice of servant leadership may be influenced by variables that are particular to the environment in which it is employed (Howard, 2005; Kelly & Williamson, 2006; Lambert, 2004).

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