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The Relationship between Emotional Intelligence, Transformational Leadership, and Effectiveness in School Principals
Elizabeth B. Hebert
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Hebert, Elizabeth B., "TheRelationship between Emotional Intelligence, Transformational Leadership, and Effectiveness in School Principals" (2011). Educational Policy Studies Dissertations. Paper 66. http://digitalarchive.gsu.edu/eps_diss/66
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ACCEPTANCE This dissertation, THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE, TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP, AND EFFECTIVENESS IN SCHOOL PRINCIPALS, by ELIZABETH BOX HEBERT, was prepared under the direction of the candidate’s Dissertation AdvisoryCommittee. It is accepted by the committee members in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree Doctor of Philosophy in the College of Education, Georgia State University. The Dissertation Advisory Committee and the student’s Department Chair, as representatives of the faculty, certify that this dissertation has met all standards of excellence and scholarship as determined by the faculty. TheDean of the College of Education concurs.
_____________________________ T. Chris Oshima, Ph.D. Committee Chair
_____________________________ Mark Jordan, Ph.D. Committee Member
_____________________________ Robert Michael, Ph.D. Committee Member
_____________________________ Ronda Tighe, Ph.D. Committee Member
_____________________________Sheryl A. Gowen, Ph.D. Chair, Department of Educational Policy Studies
_____________________________ R. W. Kamphaus, Ph.D. Dean and Distinguished Research Professor College of Education
AUTHOR’S STATEMENT By presenting this dissertation as a partial fulfillment of the requirements for the advanced degree from Georgia State University, I agree that the library of Georgia State University shallmake it available for inspection and circulation in accordance with its regulations governing materials of this type. I agree that permission to quote, to copy from, or to publish this dissertation may be granted by the professor under whose direction it was written, by the College of Education’s director of graduate studies and research, or by me. Such quoting, copying, or publishing must be solelyfor scholarly purposes and will not involve potential financial gain. It is understood that any copying from or publication of this dissertation which involves potential financial gain will not be allowed without my written permission.
_________________________________________ Elizabeth Box Hebert
NOTICE TO BORROWERS All dissertations deposited in the Georgia State University library mustbe used in accordance with the stipulations prescribed by the author in the preceding statement. The author of this dissertation is: Elizabeth Box Hebert 5245 Glenhaven Drive Cumming, GA 30041 The director of this dissertation is: Dr. Takako Chris Oshima Department of Educational Policy Studies College of Education Georgia State University Atlanta, GA 30303-3083
VITA Elizabeth Box HebertADDRESS: 5245 Glenhaven Drive Cumming, Georgia 30041
EDUCATION: Ph.D. 2010 Georgia State University Educational Policy Studies M.S. 1995 Nicholls State University Administration & Supervision B.S. 1983 University of Louisiana at Lafayette Elementary & Special Education
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE: 2007-Present Principal North Forsyth High School Forsyth County Schools, Cumming, GA 2006-2007...