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From V. Sukhomlinsky to world standards of professional competence of educational institutions modern leaders S

Author: Stoikova Viktoriia Volodymyrivna
Fund: Articles
Category: Pedagogy
Keywords: managerial competence; Vasyl Sukhomlinsky; the roles and functions of the educational institution head; director-leader, director-manager, director-administrator

Stoikova, V. V. (2019). Vid V. Sukhomlynskoho do svitovykh standartiv profesiinoi kompetentnosti suchasnykh kerivnykiv zakladiv osvity [From V. Sukhomlinsky to world standards of professional competence of educational institutions modern leaders]. Veresen, 1-2 (80-81), 12-31 (ukr).


In the article, based on the study of domestic and foreign authors' works and materials of leading scientific and educational organizations, a theoretical analysis of the structure of a professional managerial competence unified model is made, the roles and functions of the educational institution modern head are described. Theoretical conclusions compared to the image of the educational institution head by summarizing more than 20 years of managerial experience of Vasyl Sukhomlinsky, theoretical and scientific-methodological approaches to the management of the educational institution, described in the books «Conversation with the young principal» and «Paul's secondary school». The author proved that the modern director of an educational institution should perform several managerial roles, among which the priority is to provide strategic processes - director-leader, then: providing tactical processes - director-manager and providing operational processes - director-administrator. Each role contains a number of separate functions: manager-strategist; manager-analyst; manager-facilitator; manager-communicator; manager-orator; manager- parliamentarian; manager-coach; manager-tutor; manager-entrepreneur; manager-headhunter; manager-HR; manager-financier / economist; manager-matron; manager-marketer; manager-logistician; manager-moderator; manager-informant; manager-synthesizer; manager-representative. The article substantiates that professional managerial competence is the ability to carry out systematic management of an educational organization on the basis of leadership and to create a harmonious educational and development environment for the realization of students learning and development. The composite models have the appropriate structure and components: cognitive (professional knowledge, understanding), functional (abilities, skills, actions, beliefs) and personal (professional values, emotions, motivation, leadership). In order to study the structure of profess