The Impact of a Faculty Member’s Practice of Distributed Leadership on Motivating Building Leadership Skills and Cultural Roles for Students of the College of Basic Education (Published)
Since educational institutions are complicated to be governed with only one individual, the supporters of this idea demand that shared leadership is required. The basic principle recommends in the present research based on the efforts to ascertain motivating building Leadership Skills and Cultural Roles for Students as one of the best leader characteristics behaviours. The current study aims to provide practical information on distributed leadership with its impact on students and discuss the applicability of that concept in educational institutions. This study aimed to characterise the effect of a faculty member’s practice of distributed leadership on motivating building leadership skills and cultural roles with students from the female’s perspective. The sample of the study contains (218) students, who were chosen according to the randomised method. A questionnaire was designed to measure the impact of faculty members ’practice of distributed leadership on Students of The College of Basic Education in the state of Kuwait.