Leadership: A Case Study Analysis of The Leadership Style in Aurora State College of Technology

Authors

  • Ariel Francis E. Bognot
  • Mary Fei J. Wy
  • Jomar R. Merciales
  • Noel T. Florencondia
  • Michael John M. Villar

Keywords:

Leadership, higher education system, Management, College.

Abstract

State universities and colleges are components of the higher education system that provide students with a high-quality education. As a result, the effectiveness of their operations, as well as the leadership and management within them, have a significant impact on the quality of education they provide. Leadership style has a significant impact on the quality of instruction in state colleges and universities. The type of leadership will influence the overall atmosphere on campus. Authoritarian to democratic leadership styles exist. Top-down decision-making without input from stakeholders, teachers, or students, for example, may result from authoritarian leadership approaches. The quality of education provided by state colleges and universities is also influenced by management. Poor management can result in a lack of resources, a breakdown in communication, and a general lack of support for students and faculty. In contrast, good management can result in a more organized and efficient university system, as well as more resources and support for students and faculty. Good management can also lead to better student outcomes because the university is better able to meet its students' needs. In order to ensure that these institutions remain at the forefront of their respective fields, it is important for leadership and management teams to be innovative and forward-thinking.

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Published

2023-01-10

How to Cite

Ariel Francis E. Bognot, Mary Fei J. Wy, Jomar R. Merciales, Noel T. Florencondia, & Michael John M. Villar. (2023). Leadership: A Case Study Analysis of The Leadership Style in Aurora State College of Technology. International Journal of Progressive Research in Science and Engineering, 4(01), 49–58. Retrieved from https://journals.grdpublications.com/index.php/ijprse/article/view/776

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