تصورات المعلمين لأبعاد الثقافة والمهارات القياديّة لمديري المدارس وأثرها على التزامهم التنظيميّ

Translated title of the contribution: Teachers’ perceptions of cultural values and leadership skills of school principals and their effect on the organizational effective commitment

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Abstract

The current research deals with the question of how teachers' perceptions of cultural values (long term orientation, collectivism, and uncertainty avoidance) affect principals' skills (strategic and interpersonal) and organizational effective commitment. Two hundred teachers from the Arab society in Israel participated in this study. Structural equation modeling showed that there is a relationship between interpersonal leadership skills and teachers' perceptions of the cultural dimension of collectivism. Furthermore, the dimension of long-term orientation was related to perceptions of strategic leadership skills. However, uncertainty avoidance and collectivism were not related to perception of teachers' strategic skills. Moreover, perceptions of strategic leaders' skills were correlated with organizational effective commitment. The study draws with the theoretical and practical implications.
Translated title of the contributionTeachers’ perceptions of cultural values and leadership skills of school principals and their effect on the organizational effective commitment
Original languageArabic (Israel)
Pages (from-to)1-23
Number of pages23
Journalג'אמעה
Volume23
Issue number2
StatePublished - 2021

IHP publications

  • IHP publications
  • Ability
  • Civilization
  • Culture
  • Leadership
  • Occupational prestige
  • Organizational commitment
  • Teachers -- Palestinian Arabs -- Israel
  • Values

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