Ethical and Professional Problems in the Management of Educational Organizations

  • Daniela JEDER PhD., "Stefan cel Mare" University Suceava, Romania
Keywords: ethical management, schools, mobbing, training managers, ethical competence, collectivist spirit, spirit of autonomy


A successful management is characterized by performance, productivity, efficiency, innovation, quality- but to be able to speak about authentic results, all of them must be built on moral values. The present study focuses on educational management issues and sheds light on a less discussed issue in this space - the phenomenon of mobbing or harassment at work. So, the idea of the need for a rigorous training of school managers both ethically emerges.


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How to Cite
JEDER, D. (2017). Ethical and Professional Problems in the Management of Educational Organizations. LUMEN Proceedings, 2, 224-229.