An Analysis of Suicidal Leadership: Causes, Symptoms and Prevention

By Henry J. Findlay and Hyacinth E. Findlay.

Published by The Learner Collection

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Suicidal leadership is based on the notion that leaders in business, education, government and non-governmental organizations sometimes become victims of their own successes or failures.

Keywords: Suicidal Leadership, Half-life of Leadership, Leadership Equilibrium, Suicidal Leadership Phases

International Journal of Learning, Volume 13, Issue 8, pp.11-20. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 907.513KB).

Dr. Henry J. Findlay

Henry J. Findlay is a professor and Director of Program Development at Tuskegee University, where he has served in various capacities for the past 24 years. A graduate of Tuskegee University with BS and MS degrees, he received the doctorate from Auburn University. In his current position, his major responsibilities include program development and implementation. Over the past 20 years, he has been involved in designing programs for organizational effectiveness and change. He has facilitated numerous workshops and research projects at the local, state, national, and international levels, including counties in Eastern and Central Europe and East Africa. In addition, he has directed numerous workshops on strategic planning, evaluation, leadership, instructional technology, grant writing, thesis and dissertation writing, evaluation, and team building. He has published widely in professional journals and other publications, including a chapter in a book. He has received many awards for teaching, research and community service.

Dr. Hyacinth E. Findlay

Hyacinth E. Findlay is professor and coordinator of the educational administration program at Alabama State University. She received the BA in French and sociology from the University of the West Indies, Mona; the Masters and Educational Specialist degrees from Tuskegee University and the doctorate in administration of higher education from Auburn University. Her main areas of research include teachers’ concerns, educational leadership, succession planning, and curriculum development. She has served as a public school administrator as well as an administrator at the university level. Dr. Findlay has traveled widely on international educational trips including a Fulbright fellowship to Senegal and the Gambia.


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