Abstract Noelle Jacquelin Emotional-Social Intelligence, Leadership, and Gender in Contemporary New Jersey School Districts

Emotional-Social Intelligence, Leadership, and Gender in Contemporary New Jersey School Districts

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TITLE Emotional-Social Intelligence, Leadership, and Gender in Contemporary New Jersey School Districts
 
RESEARCHER Noelle Jacquelin
School of Education
Temple University
Unpublished doctoral dissertation: August 2017

OBJECTIVE
The purpose of this study was to examine the relationship between the self-perceived emotional-social intelligence and the self-perceived leadership effectiveness of New Jersey educational administrators in relation to issues potentially complicated by gender.

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