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Studies in organizations has generated a massive amount of examples on the way leadership growth can successfully advance employees’ performance and work-related attitudes such as obligation or contentment. On the other hand, the higher education sector lacks tremendously such studies on leadership best practices and advancement. Nevertheless, this research proposes that the encouraging effects of leadership advancement in commercial associations also be valid to the academic framework. Thus, the rationale of this theoretical research paper is to scan previous studies and highlight the best practices of leadership in higher education institutes. The study will analyze ten similar studies in the domain and based on focus group practices, recommendations will be proposed.
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