Kepimpinan Instruksional Pegawai Perkhidmatan Pendidikan Tinggi Di Politeknik Malaysia
These studies intend to identify the perception of leadership skills among the Polytechnic academic staff. The objective of this study is to identify the level of Polytechnic leadership skills and instructional leadership in the aspect of the visionary skills, leadership skills, change management skills, research skills and innovation; skills and internationalism. The research was conducted in 33 polytechnics with 625 PPPT in various grade such as DH48, DH52 and DH54. The data collection for this study using 360 ° method and the evaluation Score using a scale score of 4. The results showed an excellent level of leadership talent achieved by 16 people (43.24%) PPPT grade DH54, 67 people (25.09%) PPPT grade DH 52 and 46 people (14.33%) PPPT grade DH48 and the majority PPPT DH54, DH52 and DH48 for category II and III up to the level of effort and good leadership skills. The findings also show that PPPT DH54, DH52 and DH48 for category I, have a good level of performance and moderate in all aspects of leadership skills. In addition, overall PPPT achieve a moderate level of skills in the research and innovation.