Liderazgo y Gestión de Talento Humano para la Organización y Gestión de Centros Educativos

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Cerrado Español El liderazgo y la gestión de talento humano es considerada como la piedra angular de las instituciones educativas, es la responsable de proponer y establecer estrategias, que ayuden a dinamizar los procesos a fin de mejorar el nivel de desempeño, donde se establecen funciones que favorecen el manejo, ejecución y dirección que permitan mejorar la calidad de los procesos dentro del sistema educativo. En este estudio se plantea como objetivo general Elaborar un manual de procedimientos para una gestión de calidad del talento humano en la Unidad Educativa Básica Gonzalo Benítez Gómez de la ciudad de Durán. Para su desarrollo se empleó un estudio de tipo descriptivo, con un enfoque de investigación cualitativo, dentro de este contexto, el presente estudio corresponde a un diseño no experimental de tipo transversal, debido a que se manipularan variables con el uso de encuestas dirigida a las autoridades, personal administrativo y docentes donde se utilizó como instrumento para la recolección de la información un cuestionario ad-hoc de modalidad on line elaborado en Google Form. Donde se pudo establecer que el 50% de los encuestados determinó que una de las características básicas de los lideres educativos es que necesitan actualizarse constantemente y tener dominio de la ciencia y la tecnología, el 65% estableció que la calidad educativa exige que un líder sea dinámico y que favorezca el logro de objetivos institucionales provistos, el 45% indicó que es fundamental que un líder oriente a los docentes a la elaboración de proyectos innovadores que fomenten el desarrollo institucional a fin de fortalecer la enseñanza aprendizaje, lo que permitió desarrollar el manual de procedimiento para poder dinamizar una gestión educativa. Concluyendo que es esencial la presencia de un líder educativo dentro de la institución, siendo fundamental el establecimiento de la gestión de talento humano dentro del centro educativo, que por medio de la aplicación del manual de procedimientos desarrollado en este estudio se pueda direccionar a la Unidad Educativa Básica Gonzalo Benítez Gómez de la ciudad de Durán a mejorar la calidad de la educación de forma eficiente e innovadora. metadata Yepez Sanchez, Natalia Bethsabe mail natasha3274@hotmail.com (2022) Liderazgo y Gestión de Talento Humano para la Organización y Gestión de Centros Educativos. Masters thesis, UNSPECIFIED.

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El liderazgo y la gestión de talento humano es considerada como la piedra angular de las instituciones educativas, es la responsable de proponer y establecer estrategias, que ayuden a dinamizar los procesos a fin de mejorar el nivel de desempeño, donde se establecen funciones que favorecen el manejo, ejecución y dirección que permitan mejorar la calidad de los procesos dentro del sistema educativo. En este estudio se plantea como objetivo general Elaborar un manual de procedimientos para una gestión de calidad del talento humano en la Unidad Educativa Básica Gonzalo Benítez Gómez de la ciudad de Durán. Para su desarrollo se empleó un estudio de tipo descriptivo, con un enfoque de investigación cualitativo, dentro de este contexto, el presente estudio corresponde a un diseño no experimental de tipo transversal, debido a que se manipularan variables con el uso de encuestas dirigida a las autoridades, personal administrativo y docentes donde se utilizó como instrumento para la recolección de la información un cuestionario ad-hoc de modalidad on line elaborado en Google Form. Donde se pudo establecer que el 50% de los encuestados determinó que una de las características básicas de los lideres educativos es que necesitan actualizarse constantemente y tener dominio de la ciencia y la tecnología, el 65% estableció que la calidad educativa exige que un líder sea dinámico y que favorezca el logro de objetivos institucionales provistos, el 45% indicó que es fundamental que un líder oriente a los docentes a la elaboración de proyectos innovadores que fomenten el desarrollo institucional a fin de fortalecer la enseñanza aprendizaje, lo que permitió desarrollar el manual de procedimiento para poder dinamizar una gestión educativa. Concluyendo que es esencial la presencia de un líder educativo dentro de la institución, siendo fundamental el establecimiento de la gestión de talento humano dentro del centro educativo, que por medio de la aplicación del manual de procedimientos desarrollado en este estudio se pueda direccionar a la Unidad Educativa Básica Gonzalo Benítez Gómez de la ciudad de Durán a mejorar la calidad de la educación de forma eficiente e innovadora.

Item Type: Thesis (Masters)
Uncontrolled Keywords: Liderazgo directivo, gestión escolar, talento humano, empatía y compromiso
Subjects: Subjects > Teaching
Divisions: Ibero-american International University > Teaching > Final Master Projects
Ibero-american International University > Teaching > Final Master Projects
Date Deposited: 07 Oct 2022 23:30
Last Modified: 07 Oct 2022 23:30
URI: https://repositorio.unib.org/id/eprint/1559

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