Doctor of Education (EdD)
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The purpose of this study was to determine what relationships existed between various stressor rankings selected from the Administrative Events Stress Inventory, and selected leadership styles as determined by the Leader Adaptability Style Inventory and exhibited by the elementary and secondary school administrators in the State of Nevada; The findings of the study were: (1) A majority of Nevada school principals were of the leadership style consisting of a High Task/High Relationship orientation. (2) There were no significant correlations between the four leadership styles as determined by the Leader Adaptability Style Inventory and selected job stressor events selected from the Administrative Events Stress Inventory. (3) A negative Pearson Product-Moment Correlation Coefficient was determined to exist between leadership styles involving Low Task orientation and job stressor events. (4) A positive Pearson Product-Moment Correlation Coefficient was determined to exist between the leadership styles involving a High Task orientation and job stressor events.
Elementary; Leadership; Management; Nevada; Principals; Public; Rankings; Relationships; School; Secondary; Stress; Stressor; Style; Styles
School management and organization
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
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Robison, Michael Sutton, "The Relationship Between Stressor Rankings And Management Styles Of Nevada Elementary And Secondary Public School Principals (Leadership Style, Stress)" (1982). UNLV Retrospective Theses & Dissertations. 2908.
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