Heading and Leading Educational Institutions in Rural Africa: A Western Trained Educationists Experiences in Ghana

William Otu

Methodist University College, Dansoman-Accra, Ghana

DOI: https://doi.org/10.20448/journal.500/2016.3.2/500.2.99.101

Keywords: Leadership, Traditional, Behaviours, Group goals and responsibilities, Achievement.


The observation and experiential study talks about the demanding role of institutional heads and leaders in Africa; taking into consideration the culture and norms of governance in rural traditional Africa. The study also took a look at the traditional leadership in Africa, its leadership style, and its influence on its local societies and communities. Case study was used to illustrate the study.


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