A study of effective consultant teachers' leadership styles and personality preferences Public Deposited

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  • The purpose of this study was to determine the relationships among leadership style (telling, selling, participating and delegating), personality preferences (Extravert/Introvert, Sensing/Intuitive, Feeling/Thinking, Judging/Perceiving and effectiveness as a consultant teacher. The sample consisted of thirty-one consultant teachers from Oregon: twenty from the Portland School District, five from the Gresham School District and six from Linn-Benton Education Service District. Three instruments were selected: (1) The LEAD-Self, (2) the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator and (3) the Survey of Effectiveness of Collaborative Consultants. Data was collected during the 1987-1988 school year. No significant relationship was found between the consultant teachers' effectiveness score and any of the four measures of leadership, although the raw scores indicated that selling and participating were the two leadership styles most often used by the consultant teachers. Two significant relationships were found. 1. There was a relationship between personality index preference and effectiveness in consulting. The Sensing score was a significant variable when effectiveness was considered. In addition, the Extravert and the Sensing scores together were good predictors of effectiveness. 2. The leadership style of selling was related to the personality preference of Judging.
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