Management Strategies for Dance Teachers in Universities: Central China

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Ren Huiting
Wasin Phromphithakkul

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According to the review of the research and development trends of management theory, art management, and dance studies, this paper draws on a combination of theory and empirical research to address management strategies and other issues of college dance teachers in central China.
An empirical analysis and discussion were conducted on the impact of performance and possible solutions. This study analyzed the structure of dance teacher management strategies, compiled questionnaires, and conducted empirical research on the impact of dance teacher management strategies on performance. Moreover, it explored the impact of different dimension management strategies on dance professional teacher satisfaction through empirical research and studying the impact of satisfaction on job performance. Hierarchical regression analysis methods were used to compare variables such as personal information, personality traits, emotional factors, job recruitment, continuing education, performance assessment, salary distribution, promotion, employee supervision, team collaboration, and individual adaptation. The results showed that the above independent variables had a significant impact on job performance, indicating that the above factors were the organizational behavior variables that must be focused on job performance research and actual work. At the end of the thesis, based on the aforementioned investigation and research and data analysis results, some relevant countermeasures and suggestions were given to solve the management problems of dance teachers in colleges.

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Huiting, R., & Phromphithakkul, W. (2022). Management Strategies for Dance Teachers in Universities: Central China. วารสารนวัตกรรมการศึกษาและการวิจัย, 6(3), 836–848. https://doi.org/10.14456/jeir.2022.18
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