In 1939, a group of researchers led by psychologist Kurt Lewin set out to identify different styles of leadership. While further research has identified more specific types of leadership, this early study was very influential and established three major leadership styles: Authoritarian Leadership (Autocratic), Participative Leadership (Democratic) and Delegative Leadership (Laissez-Faire).
This survey research is in partial fulfillment of the requirements for Education 201 (Educational Leadership) for the Degree of Master of Arts in Education, Major in Administration and Supervision at University of Saint Anthony (USANT) Graduate School. It is entitled as: A SURVEY RESEARCH OF LEADERSHIP ...view middle of the document...
Somewhat. I offer guidance if it is needed.
Never. Group members know more about their job than I do.
6. My teachers need clear rewards and punishments in order to complete tasks and meet goals.
Somewhat agree. They also need to feel involved and committed to the process.
Disagree. Group members should establish their own goals and objectives.
7. My teachers are motivated by a need for security.
8. I accept input from my teachers.
Never. I don't have time to worry about other people's ideas.
Yes, but I have the final say over all decisions.
Absolutely. I allow group members to guide the decision-making process.
9. I ask for advice from my teachers when things go wrong.
Often. I want input from group members when resolving problems.
Yes, and I let group members resolve problems on their own.
10. I want my teachers to feel involved and relevant in the decision-making process.
Much of the time
All of the time
11. When there are...