Construyendo Líderes en el Extranjero: Aumentando la Eficacia del Liderazgo Educativo a través de Estudios a Corto Plazo

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  • Abbie Strunc Sam Houston State University
  • Kelly L. Coke Texas A&M University- Texarkana
  • Debra P Price Sam Houston State University

https://doi.org/10.17583/ijelm.10497

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Apoyar los esfuerzos para desarrollar la eficacia en las capacidades y capacidades de liderazgo es fundamental en el proceso de desarrollo de liderazgo para los estudiantes de educación y liderazgo. La investigación sugiere que aquellas personas en sus campos con un mayor sentido de eficacia tienden a permanecer más tiempo y con más éxito. Si bien ha habido mucha investigación para respaldar la importancia de la eficacia y los beneficios positivos de las experiencias de estudios en el extranjero, este estudio examina los cambios autodescritos en las percepciones de los participantes sobre los estilos de liderazgo al finalizar un programa de estudios en el extranjero. Un estudio de caso cualitativo describe las percepciones cambiantes utilizando una narrativa compuesta, en un esfuerzo por mantener el anonimato de los siete participantes. El artículo reporta los hallazgos de siete entrevistas con estudiantes que participaron en el viaje y los cursos previos correspondientes. Examina tres aspectos del liderazgo: cambiar las percepciones del liderazgo, alterar los estilos de liderazgo individuales y mejorar la confianza y la competencia en las habilidades de liderazgo.

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Strunc, A., Coke, K. L., & Price, D. P. (2023). Construyendo Líderes en el Extranjero: Aumentando la Eficacia del Liderazgo Educativo a través de Estudios a Corto Plazo . International Journal of Educational Leadership and Management, 11(2), 117–137. https://doi.org/10.17583/ijelm.10497

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