Leader in Me Implementation Linked to Reduced Student Discipline

Author: Leader in Me
September 1, 2015

Humphries, Cobia, & Ennis (2015) Samford University

Perceptions of the Leader in Me Process in Regard to Student Discipline

Dr. A. Cherie Humphries, Dr. Jane Cobia, & Dr. Leslie Ennis (2015) Samford University

In this peer-reviewed research study, teachers from nine Leader in Me Schools answered a series of questions about implementing LiM and perceived aspects of student discipline. A correlational analysis revealed a significant relationship between the implementation of LiM and perceived reduction in student discipline. Teacher perception points to lower incidences of student discipline as a result of implementing LiM.

• (p=.001) Significant relationship between the level of Leader in Me implementation scores and the Student Discipline scores.
• “Integrating the Seven Habits of Highly Effective People schoolwide increases the likelihood of reduced student discipline in schools.”

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