Leadership of Education Administrators in Buddhism

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สุทธิพงษ์ ศรีวิฃัย
บุญเชิด ชำนิศาสตร์


Thai society nowadays is changing rapidly and causing foundation
problems and other issues, especially moral problems. When morality declines,
individual behaviors of personnel in organizations, educational institutions and
society in general affects other people and society. To manage educational
personnel in schools effectively, administrators must be able to operate their school
well. With management potential, skills and vision, the executives can achieve
personnel management in schools successfully. This concept suggests that

leadership of school administrators require Buddhist principles to enhance prominent
leadership of the executives and to have them well recognized in organization and
society. Leadership of education administrators according to Buddhism were as
follows: 1) Loving-kindness; the administrators should work with love and treat their
subordinates with love and justice, 2) Compassion; the administrators should
encourage their subordinates to learn current situations and should arrange
demonstrative activities regularly, 3) Sympathetic Joy; administrators should provide
chances for personnel to express their capability and help contribute the
dissemination of work and achievement of personnel, and 4) Equanimity; the
executive should follow the rules of law and work with honesty and trust-worthy.


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ศรีวิฃัย ส., & ชำนิศาสตร์ บ. (2018). Leadership of Education Administrators in Buddhism. Journal of Educational Review Faculty of Education in MCU, 1(1), 58–66. Retrieved from https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/EDMCU/article/view/142753
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