Research findings from the past two decades have illuminated emotion’s role in organizational performance. Furthermore, studies associated with the ethic of care have revealed the significance of affect in leader/subordinate relationships. In order to augment the literature, this paper will reveal the intentions, decisions, and behaviors of a particular male high school principal who subscribed to a philosophy of care-based leadership. The intent is to further the understanding of how ethics, emotion, and power manifest in male school leadership behavior and to offer insights on the potentialities and structure of care-based educational leadership practice. The study’s findings offer a design of care that may be beneficial for empowering the school leadership process.
Myers, Edward L.
"The Power of Care: An Exploration of Emotion and Ethics in Male School Leadership Practice,"
Journal of Educational Leadership in Action: Vol. 2:
2, Article 5.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.lindenwood.edu/ela/vol2/iss2/5
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