Dissertation/Thesis Abstract

The value of servant leadership on private Midwestern universities admission teams performance
by Karn, Crystal L., Ph.D., Indiana Institute of Technology, 2014, 130; 3634003
Abstract (Summary)

This study considered the correlative value of servant leadership on admission team success at private universities in the Midwestern United States. The study examined university admission teams at several institutions. Participants completed questionnaires that helped to determine what, if any, servant leadership traits and attributes they display. These traits were cross-referenced with admissions individuals and team success ratios. As private universities in the Midwest strive to gain market position, an understanding of how servant leadership can enhance their admission teams is beneficial.

Indexing (document details)
Advisor: Walls, Jeffery
Commitee: Rauch, Kenneth E., Schaffer, James
School: Indiana Institute of Technology
Department: Global Leadership
School Location: United States -- Indiana
Source: DAI-A 75/11(E), Dissertation Abstracts International
Source Type: DISSERTATION
Subjects: Higher Education Administration, Educational leadership, Management
Keywords: Admission team success, Private universities, Servant leadership, Team success ratios
Publication Number: 3634003
ISBN: 9781321141955
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