The administrator has knowledge and understanding of:

human resources management and development

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Human Resources
“Employees in high-performance work organizations are expected to be committed to organizational goals, to work in team, and to perform various tasks; these include traditional managerial tasks, such as team-based planning and decision making.” (Streumer 1999). School leaders who understand and effectively manage the relationships among climate, performance, and resource management will be able to bring about dramatic improvement in goal attainment while ensuring opportunities for growth in the school and its personnel. School leaders searching for ways to enhance the ability of each individual to contribute to the achievement of goals and missions must create “organizations that support their employees by developing effective policies based on ability, motivation, and opportunity and create higher levels of organizational commitment, motivation, and job satisfaction” (Purcell, Kinnie, and Hutchinson 2003).


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