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Investigating Emotional Resistance To Organizational Change: A Descriptive Qualitative Research Study Of Local Television Newsroom Leaders
A factor contributing to failed change initiatives in organizations is emotional resistance from change recipients. If overlooked, emotional resistance can impede changes for an organization’s survival (Bateh, Castaneda, ...
Gender Disproportionality in K-12 School Superintendent Positions
Despite an increase in the number of women obtaining senior leadership positions, women continue to be underrepresented in school district superintendencies (Muñoz, Mills, Pankake, & Whaley, 2014; T. Wallace, 2015). In ...
Factors Influencing Nurses' Choice to Instruct in Nurse Education Programs
Nursing education program leaders face many obstacles in recruiting nurses to be instructors. The purpose of this qualitative, phenomenological study was to understand how and why nurses choose a career in education. ...
An Exploration of the Differences between Principals’ Perceptions Regarding the Instructional and Organizational Effectiveness of Their High Schools and the Academic Achievement of Their Students
Organizational effectiveness has been a frequent topic of study among researchers, but some issues remain unresolved, such as the criteria that lead one organization to be more effective than another. Educational leaders ...
Moderators of gender-based barriers in the U.S. Army: How enlisted women increase their own recruitment, promotion, participation, retention, and integration
In their women’s integration plan, the U.S. Army (2016b) called for studies to identify and “develop strategies to overcome [gender] barriers” (p. 13) women encounter, without an institutional understanding of gender ...