n Gender and Behaviour - School principals' abilities to manage time effectively : a gender study in selected South African schools
|Article Title||School principals' abilities to manage time effectively : a gender study in selected South African schools|
|© Publisher:||IFE Centre for Psychological Studies (ICPS)|
|Journal||Gender and Behaviour|
|Affiliations||1 University of South Africa|
|Publication Date||Jan 2013|
|Pages||5464 - 5473|
|Keyword(s)||Gauteng Province, Gender differences, School principals, Secondary schools, South Africa and Time management abilities|
According to the literature on school effectiveness and school improvement and the role of the school principal in this regard, the lack of time management skills and abilities among school principals can be regarded as one of the main factors that lead to principal inefficiency and ineffectiveness in the school context. But, how do male and female principals compare in terms of time management and how does gender influence one's decision-making skills in relation to time management? This article, based on an empirical study of the perceived differences between male and female principals' time management skills and abilities in selected South African schools, gives an indication of how both male and female principals rate themselves in terms of their own time management skills and abilities. The findings show that male principals have less effective time management skills and abilities as compared to their female counterparts.
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