The impact of managerial competencies on the managerial performance in the educational system

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Cristina STAN (2015)
  • Publisher: Editura Fundatiei Romania de Maine
  • Journal: Annals of Spiru Haret University Economic Series, volume 6, issue 1, pages 33-40 (issn: 2393-1795, eissn: 2393-1795)
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.26458/1514
  • Subject: management; competence; school manager; performance | management, competence, school manager, performance | HC10-1085 | HB71-74 | Economic history and conditions | Economics as a science | F19, B19, M12, M54
    • jel: jel:M54 | jel:B19 | jel:F19 | jel:M12

The concept of competence in science education is in the midst of individual and collective performance. The complexity of the activity of running school has found a certain specific of its management that is materialized in two dimensions of the school activity: the variety of categories of staff and the interpersonal relationship, culture and work climate. All these result in the formation and development of a set of skills specific to the managerial field and necessary to the director of school in performing different roles sprung from this activity.  
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