EVALUATION OF SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS' PERCEPTIONS OF ORGANIZATIONAL CITIZENSHIP BEHAVIOR

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Zuhal İncea, Uğur Yozgatb

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Organizational citizenship behavior is explained in the literature as such behaviors that are voluntary in the organization, independent of rewards for productivity. The efficiency of schools depends on school principals’ interest in the organization rather than the anticipation of reward. It is thought that school principals who work extra to achieve the goals of the school will set an example for the other staff of the school. The aim of the study is to determine the perception levels of administrators working in public schools regarding organizational citizenship behaviors. The study group of the research consists of school principals working in public schools. In order to collect data, open-ended questions were asked about solidarity, courtesy, conscientiousness, gentlemen and civic virtue. The data obtained in the qualitative research were collected using codes. The data were categorized and evaluated. With the results obtained, it is aimed to improve the management mission of school principals for the development of schools.

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