Advisor(s) - Committee Chair
Randy Capps (Director), Tony Norman, and Shane Spiller
Educational Leadership Doctoral Program
Doctor of Education
The purpose of this research was to study the characteristics of leaders who have experienced a setback or failure and have bounced back to success. A qualitative research design employing an interpretive phenomenological analysis (IPA) methodology was used. Semi-structured interviews with open ended questions allowed the respondents to share valuable insights into the thoughts, feelings, and perceptions of their individual experiences. The results suggest that after experiencing a setback, a process develops where feelings and thoughts are experienced immediately following the event that is followed by a period of coping and adapting, a transition to a resilient state, and behavioral changes that lead to bouncing back.
Education | Educational Leadership | Other Educational Administration and Supervision
Hunt, Richard Leo, "Overcoming Failure: Characteristics of Leaders Who Have Successfully Recovered from a Significant Setback" (2017). Dissertations. Paper 126.