Parent Leadership Research

Research on Parent Leadership: Significance and Findings, (2001). Ethnographic research results provide the conceptual framework for Parent Leadership. Culturally diverse Parent Leaders shape the process model of leadership development. Based on the Kouzes and Posner’s Leadership Potential Inventory, this report measured five leadership practices and actual behaviors through a new validated instrument: Leadership Practice & Behavior Inventory (2001) with hundreds of parent leaders and staff working with numerous service sectors working with families: child welfare, education, mental health and prevention.