Leadership culture in Latin American universities /Show full item record
|Title||Leadership culture in Latin American universities /|
|Author||Moss, Benjamin Taylor,author.|
|Abstract||This study seeks to learn about and understand what constitutes successful leadership cultures in Latin American universities. The research calls attention to one national university rector and subordinate members of his leadership team, as well as students at the university in order to understand the values and actions needed to fulfill the role of rector. While many researchers have examined the role of president at American universities, few studies have focused on higher education leadership in Latin America, furthering the need to discuss the role of the rector. Results from the study show important links between Latin American culture and leadership style as well as culturally contingent leadership principles critical for fulfilling higher level leadership positions in Latin American universities.|
|Description||Ph. D.Texas Christian University2019
College of Education; advisor, Donald Mills.
Includes bibliographical references.
Online resource; title from PDF title page (viewed July 19, 2019).
|Subject||Education, Higher Latin America.
College administrators Latin America.
Universities and colleges Latin America Administration.
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