Developing the Indicators of Leader Role for Female Administrators under Local Government Organization in the Northeastern Region

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Pitnitha Pannasil Sanya Kenaphoom Songsak Jeesombat

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This research purposes were to: 1) study level of the indicators of leader role of female administrators under local government organization 2) compare the elements of leader role indicators of female administrators under local government organization with empirical data 3) develop and prove a model for developing the indicators of leader role for female administrators under local government organization in Northeastern region. The population were 116 female chief executive of local government organization in Northeastern region which are selected by using Krejcie and Morgan table (Krejcie and Morgan. 1970: 608-610 ; cited in Rangsan Singhalert. 2008: 71-72). The tools of this study was five point scale survey which its reliability was at .755. Statistics used were frequency distribution, percentage, mean, standard deviation, and confirmatory factor analysis. The data was analyzed by 15 experts.
The result showed that 1) the leader role indicators of female administrators under local government organization in Northeastern region was entirely at “Highest” level. When considering each aspect, it was found that all of 5 aspects were at a “Highest” level. The average score of each aspect arranged from highest to lowest scores were as follow: Professional knowledge and vision, Good role model, Leadership Effectiveness, and Transformational Leadership 2) the elements of leader role indicators of female administrators under local government organization in Northeastern region was in the accordance with empirical data 3) the model for developing the indicators of leader role for female administrators under local government organization in Northeastern region was scored at the Highest levels, and suggestions from the experts were all in the accordance with each other. The suggestions were: 1) develop transformational leadership 2) develop leaders to exchange knowledge about administration 3) develop the indicators of local government administrators 4) specify capacity of chief executive of local government organization.

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