An Instrumental Case Study Analysis of Anticipatory Leadership Practices in Community Colleges (Click for more information, to comment or share on social media)This qualitative instrumental case study explored the experiences and perceptions of seven community college leaders of their use of anticipatory leadership. Two research questions guided this study: (a) How do community colleges use anticipatory leadership to respond to internal and external changes? (b) How do community college leaders use anticipatory leadership principles for problem solving?
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