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Journal of Intercultural Management
The Journal of Spoleczna Akademia Nauk
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Financial Education of Children and Youth

References 1. Bernarke B. S. (2010). Welcoming Remarks at the Federal Reserve System Town Hall Meeting with Educators. Retrieved from . 2. Child and Youth Finance International (CYFI) (2016). Training Course on: Fostering National Financial Education Strategies. Podgorica: CYFI and GIZ. 3. Godfrey, N. S. and Edwards, K. (2006). Money Doesn’t Grow on Trees – A Parent Guide to Raising Financially Responsible Children . New York: Fireside Book. 4. Investopedia. (2016

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Timisoara Journal of Economics and Business
The Journal of The West University of Timisoara
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Stochastic analysis of the main macro-economic indicators characterizing higher education in Romania during 2001-2016

Area in the new decade , Leuven and Louvain-la-Neuve, 28-29 April. Cristache, S.E., Vuta, M., Gruiescu, M. (2011). “ Model to characterize the Romanian educational system between 2001 – 2010 ” presented within the International Conference GEBA, Iasi, 540-554. European Union, DG Education and Culture. (2011). Erasmus - Facts, Figures & Trends; The European Union support for student and staff exchanges and university cooperation in 2009/2010 , Bruxelles. INSE Romania (2012/2013), Social Trends , Bucharest, . INSE Romania

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The Role Of Leadership in Adopting Quality Management System in Social Service Sector


Objective: The research is to analyse the theoretical leadership assessment assumptions, to determine the compatibility of managers’ assessment by choosing to implement the quality management system EQUASS (The European Quality in Social Services) in a social service organization.

Methodology: Research Methods are based on researchers’ insights, applying scientific literature analysis and synthesis methods, discussing leadership styles and leadership factors, questioning survey leaders’ opinions on participation in implementing quality management system in EQUASS, taking into account leadership style and leadership factors.

Findings: The empirical study identified a correlation analysis between leaders’ aspirations to participate in the project Improving the Quality of Social Services through EQUASS and the leadership style of these leaders in relation to leadership expression factors. The results of the pilot study have shown that the strongest inspirational motivation factor is judged by the senior manager, senior managers with a high managerial experience, and the result-oriented award-winning factor.

Value Added: The attitude of leaders in implementing a quality management system in an organization providing social services, taking into account the style and factors of leadership. Appropriate and effective leadership of the manager can lead to successful employee performance by implementing quality services and helping employees overcome difficulties in an organizational environment by implementing a quality management system.

Recommendations: In social service organizations, leadership has its own specificity, because the management’s work is based on the principles of social work focused on satisfying the needs of the service user and aspects of integration into society and modern management principles. Successful leadership is achieved by adapting leadership style to the needs of employees and users, taking into account the circumstances. Leadership style is particularly important in influencing the activities of the members of the organization, the efficiency of their work, creating the right conditions for education and cooperation.

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Changes in Entrepreneurship Education in Secondary School under Curriculum Reform in Poland

–456. Kocurek, D. (2017), Kształtowanie postawy przedsiębiorczości ucznia szkoły średniej [Shaping the entrepreneurial attitude of a high school student]. In Przedsiębiorczość jako wartość w edukacji [Entrepreneurship as a value in education] (pp. 94–102), A. Murzyn, U. Szuścik (ed.), Katowice: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Śląskiego. Krogulec-Sobowiec, M. (2007). Wspieranie nauczycieli i uczniów w edukacji podstaw przedsiębiorczości [Supporting teachers and students in the education of Basics of entrepreneurship]. In P. Wachowiak, M. Dąbrowski, B. Majewski (ed

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Educational Leaders and Their Qualities from the Followers’ Perspective

. Poznań: Wydawnictwo Rebis. Developing Schools for Democracy in Europe (1995). ed. J. Sayer, Oxford Studies in Comparative Education , vol. 5. Dorczok, R. (2014) . Rozwój jako centralna wartość w profesjonalnym systemie normatywnym nauczyciela – sposoby rozumienia i ich praktyczne konsekwencje. In Edukacja jako odpowiedz. Odpowiedzialni nauczyciele w zmieniającym się świecie , ed. G. Mazurkiewicz. Warszawa-Kraków: Wyd. Uniwersytetu Jagiellońskiego. Mazurkiewicz, G. (2011) . Przywództwo edukacyjne. Odpowiedzialne zarządzanie edukacją wobec wyzwań

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Social Media as a Marketing Tool for European and North American Universities and Colleges

précis of reforms, commercialization and the new university hierarchy. e-Journal of Business Education & Scholarship of Teaching, 4, 32–41. Ridings, C., Gefen, D., & Arinze, B. (2006). Psychological barriers: Lurkers and Poster motivation and behaviour in online communities. Communications of the association for Information Systems , 18 , 329–354. Roberts, K. (2004). The future beyond brands – Lovemarks . New York, NY: Power House Books. Rogers, G., & Croke, B. (2012). The 2012 social admissions report: How college bound high school students

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