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The Big Five Personality Traits very well known as five-factor model (FEM), which is a taxonomy for personality traits, has a an effect on Transformational School Leadership and Leaders. Personality traits are the most powerful pylons for raising educational standards and achieving excellence based on the effectual Leadership. Openness to experience, conscientiousness, extraversion, agreeableness and neuroticism constitute the FEM. Transformational School Leadership model that comprises an essential element of quality assurance is based on the constructs of Setting Directions, Developing People, Redesigning the Organisations, Reliability of Administrative Leadership. Measures of Teachers’ Capacities, Measures of Teachers’ Motivation, Measures of Teachers’ Work Setting and Measures of Teachers’ Classroom Practices. To test the research hypotheses, a survey was carried out on 215 Greek secondary education teachers teaching in vocational lyceums, senior high schools in Greece. Moreover, 215 Greek secondary Vocational education teachers evaluate the effect of Personality Traits and characteristics on Transformational Vocational School Leadership and Leaders.
Keywords: Personality traits, leadership, vocational, education.
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