SCHOOL LEADERSHIPS AND THEIR RELEVANCE TO MANAGEMENT: FINDINGS FROM A SYSTEMATIC LITERATURE REVIEW

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Virgiawan Listanto

Abstract

Leadership has always been a topic that has attracted the attention of researchers. The purpose of this literature review research is to know the participants’ characteristics in the articles, the type of measurement, the type of school leadership and their relevance to the management. A total of 11 articles in the period 2017-2022 were used to carry out this literature review taken from the Google scholar database with the help of Harzing’s Publish or Perish 8 software for data mining. The article search was done online using the keywords “school leadership managementâ€. The literature review results show that the participants in this research were principals, teachers, students and family members. The setting of the studies is widely carried out in some countries, including Indonesia. The measurements used in the quantitative studies are questionnaires. However, interviews and focus group discussions were used in the qualitative approach. Most school leadership types in this literature review are instructional, transformational, and transactional. Instructional leaders were mainly focused on pedagogical issues. Meanwhile, the transformational implies mobilization and teacher participation. Moreover, transformational and transactional leadership were proven effective in conflict resolution. This show that leadership styles affect the success of school management. 

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How to Cite
Listanto, V. (2022). SCHOOL LEADERSHIPS AND THEIR RELEVANCE TO MANAGEMENT: FINDINGS FROM A SYSTEMATIC LITERATURE REVIEW. Jurnal Ilmu Administrasi: Media Pengembangan Ilmu Dan Praktek Administrasi, 19(2), 159–167. https://doi.org/10.31113/jia.v19i2.876


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Author Biography

Virgiawan Listanto, Badan Riset dan Inovasi Nasional

Virgiawan Listanto is a junior researcher at the National Research and Innovation Agency of Indonesia. His researches focus on teaching practices, experimental studies in classroom teaching, survey, and policy analysis. Recently, he has been particularly interested in using technology in classroom teaching and innovation in education and public sectors. In his free time, he practices triathlon and attends some sports events. He resides with his family in Semarang, Central Java.

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