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|Title: ||Exploratory analysis on the leadership of undergraduates in Bangkok University 2020|
|Authors: ||Yuning Huang|
|Keywords: ||Leadership in Teamwork|
|Issue Date: ||2020|
|Publisher: ||Bangkok University|
|Abstract: ||This is research study aims to use mixed methods of the research to explore the leadership level of bachelor degree student leadership at Bangkok University. By interview 3 specific international students in order to 1) apply MBTI tools to assess level of leadership in teamwork context in classroom 2) identify the factors that support and accelerate leadership during study in international programs 3) Give recommendation of which factors effect in improving individual leadership
After conducting and interview, the researcher will respond to 74 sampling to respond the questionnaire. The questionnaire is composed of 33 questions which passed reliability and IOC test >.75 from 3 parts (Demographic, Leadership Assessment, leadership facilitation factors and recommendations).
The 8 interviewees are participated in qualitative research, and 74 Bangkok University’s bachelor degree students are participated into for quantitative study by specific sampling.
The qualitative study by interview and coding it is found that leadership of Bachelor Students depends on type assignment and teaching style, the non-lecture activities promoted the team work leadership. The high leadership students perform well in group assignment and outstanding in presentation over the low leadership students.
For quantitative study, it’s found that the students have improved their leadership well under open environment to diversity and positive reinforcement in classroom and international environment to meet and interact with Western students or teacher make more teamwork leadership presentation. However, English communication ability is limitation of accelerating leadership. The rest variables are on average, no significance.|
|Description: ||Independent Study (M.M.)--Business Innovation, Graduate School, Bangkok University, 2019|
|Advisor(s): ||Xavier Parisot|
|Appears in Collections:||Independent Studies - Master|
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