Leadership is a vital skill called for by the school counseling profession. However, limited research has been done to examine how leadership is characterized by practicing school counselors. The purpose of the exploratory study in this article was to assess leadership practices of school counselors, and to analyze the relationships among demographics, experience, training, work setting, and leadership practices. Results presented are part of a larger study. Findings revealed that age, experience, size of school population, and professional licensure predicted leadership practices of school counselors.
Mason, E. C. M. & McMahon, H. G (2009). Leadership practices of school counselors. Professional School Counseling, 13(2), 107-115. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.5330/psc.n.2010-13.107