Innovative Leadership Development Model Of Sarasas Affiliated Schools Administrators

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Anusorn Nampradit
Choocheep Puthaprasert
Yongyouth Yaboonthong
Monnapat Manokarn


This research aims to: 1) study the elements and guidelines of innovative leadership development model of Sarasas Affiliated Schools administrators, 2) study the state of innovative leadership of Sarasas Affiliated Schools administrators and 3) create, examine and evaluate innovative leadership development model of Sarasas Affiliated Schools administrators.  Research instruments are content synthesis table, connoisseurship record form, teacher questionnaire and administrator interview form. Statistics used in data analysis are mean and standard deviation.  Findings reveal that innovative leadership consists of 5 elements: 1) innovative vision and strategies, 2) innovative thinking skills,         3) innovative organization atmosphere creation, 4) risk management and 5) innovative network creation.  Innovative leadership development guideline consists of 6 steps:  1) presenting information, 2) individual processing, 3) sharing knowledge for group agreement, 4) presenting innovation for success,                       5) criticizing conclusion for action and 6) evaluating the development by indicators.  The study results of innovative leadership states of Sarasas Affiliated Schools administrators show a high level in a holistic view.  The mean value of innovative organization atmosphere creation is at the lowest. The results of model creation indicate that the elements of the model consist of 6 parts: 1) The Principles of Model, 2) The Objectives of Model, 3) Innovative Leadership Development Process based on Elements and Indicators, 4) Model Success Assessment Guidelines, 5) Success Conditions and 6) Model Application Manual. The results of the examination and evaluation by experts found that, in a holistic view, it was accurate, consistent, appropriate, feasible and useful at the highest level.

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