The role of Stimulation in achieving creative excellence in institutional work from the point of view of departmental managers (Published)
The current study aimed to identify the role of Stimulation in achieving creative excellence in institutional work from the point of view of departmental managers in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and to achieve the objectives of the study, the descriptive and analytical method was used, as the study tool was applied, which was a questionnaire divided into seven axes, according to ( 4) Paragraphs for each subject on the study sample, which consisted of all directors of departments in the educational area of Tabuk, whose number is (70) for the academic year (1440-1441 H) n. The study reached a number of results, the most important of which was that the Stimulation leadership roles played by educational leaders and organization Administrative institutions within educational institutions in achieving creative excellence in institutional work from the point of view of departmental managers are high, while the role of planning, continuous development, creativity, innovation, resources and beneficiaries as well as learning and education processes within educational institutions in achieving creative excellence in institutional work from the point of view of department managers came in the form of Average, the study also recommended the necessity of working to motivate workers through studied programs that correspond to the educational leadership plan for about ten programs, and to provide The ability to see the strategic plan through available advertising channels.
The world owing to ICT has taken a different dimension; activities are highly sophisticated and need sophisticated skills and skilled men to handle them. Men who are unskilled and depend on archaic and old fashion way of doing things and carrying out activities are obsolete, out of job or placed at the lower cadre of their profession, an age where mechanization and high level technology is the order of the day. The jetty speed, at which the world moves, requires jetty effort and should be criteria for choice of profession and desired skill to acquire and the level at which it is acquired. The paper therefore put it this way that all skills are skills, but some skills attract more employability than others as a result of the level of excellence attained in them. It’s on this note that the paper on “Skills for Excellence and Employability in the Modern World” will look into the following areas: Characteristics of Excellence, Concept of Employability vis-a-viz the Modern World, Concept of Skills for Excellence vis-a-vix Employed/Employability, Skills for Excellence in the Modern World, conclusion and recommendation.