A Model For Developing Leadership Skills For Music Students At Public Universities In Zhuzhou, China

Authors

  • Sha Liu Hunan University of Technology
  • Nathara Mhunpiew
  • Monthol Prathumarach

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14456/abacodijournal.2023.47
CITATION
DOI: 10.14456/abacodijournal.2023.47
Published: 2023-10-24

Abstract

More and more higher education institutions are emphasizing developing student leadership skills. This study aimed to create a model to improve the leadership skills of music students at public universities in Zhuzhou, China. This study utilized a mixed-method research design. The qualitative aspect used a systematic approach to find variables to develop the questionnaire from secondary literature and interview data-the quantitative element involves the use of numerical analysis of findings from the questionnaires. The total sample size for the study was 546 music students. The research instruments were questionnaires and model validation forms. Data were analyzed using descriptive statistics. According to the results of the study, 1) the leadership skills needed for music students in universities were communication, delegation, flexibility, positivity, motivation, commitment, trustworthiness, and responsibility. 2) Two leadership skills, delegation and responsibility, needed to be prioritized in developing music students at Zhuzhou Public Universities in China. 3) The researcher finally proposed a model based on these two leadership skills and related research theories evaluated and revised by experts. 4) The final conceptual model was designed as a triangle focusing on three primary levels: personal, university, and social. Finally, the experts approved the model for developing leadership skills for music students at Zhuzhou Public Universities in China and can be generalized to Zhuzhou Public Universities in China.

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2023-10-24

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Liu, S., Mhunpiew, N., & Prathumarach, M. . (2023). A Model For Developing Leadership Skills For Music Students At Public Universities In Zhuzhou, China. ABAC ODI JOURNAL Vision. Action. Outcome, 11(1), 345-360. https://doi.org/10.14456/abacodijournal.2023.47