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The aim of the research is to know the level of understanding and realization the concept of training and strategic leadership and its requirements and the impact that it can have on the practices of strategic leadership in schools under survey and the extent of the ability to take responsibility to face challenges and change. As well as identifying the extent of the difference in the opinions of the respondents towards the role of training requirements for human resources in developing strategic leadership practices. To achieve the goal of the paper, a questionnaire was used, which covered the requirements of training and strategic leadership, (SPSS) program to analyse the data by "Likert" Measure to find different statistical measures, all results explain in tables and discussion.
This paper gains its importance from the topics it contains. Many studies have been exposed to training and the effect it can have on workers in organizations, and what leaders with capabilities and energies need from training programs that enhance the behaviour of subordinates and their attitudes within the organization, as this research seeks to define with two variables that have recently captured the attention of researchers, especially strategic leadership and its practices, which may have a coldness in dealing with this concept and to address it to the degree of lack of agreement on various aspects regarding it, compared to the concept of training.
The paper seeks to many goals, including knowledge of the level of understanding and awareness of workers in (Educational sample survey) with the concept of training and strategic leadership and its requirements and the impact that it can have on strategic leadership practices, the extent of the ability and ability to take responsibility for facing challenges and changes, as well as identifying the extent of the difference the opinions of the respondents regarding the role of training requirements for human resources in developing strategic leadership practices.