Professor, Head of the Leadership, Organizational Development and Policy in Education programs

Prof. Orly Shapira-Lischinsky

Professor, Head of the Leadership, Organizational Development and Policy in Education programs
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Scholarship to fund Ph.D. studies, University of Haifa

NIS 48,000 per year


The Israeli Prize of Industrial Relations Association

NIS 2500


CRANET Research Grant

NIS 10,000


Best Paper Proceedings: Academy  of Management



The winner of the 2009 Emerald/EFMD Outstanding Doctoral Research Award in the Education and Leadership Strategy category

1500 €


The Lookstein Center Grant, Bar-Ilan University (with Professor Jeffrey Glanz from Yeshiva University, NY)



The Rector Grant, Bar-Ilan University






Rosenblatt, Z. & Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. (2010). A Re-examination of the withdrawal syndrome vis-à-vis organizational ethics in schools (2010). In: R.J. Burke, E.C. Tomlinson, & C.L. Cooper (Eds.). Crime and corruption in organizations: Why it occurs and what to do about it (pp.187-211). Farnham: Gower Publishing, UK.



  1. Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. (2007). Israeli teachers' perceptions of lateness: A gender comparison. Sex Roles, 57, 3/4, 187-199.
  2. Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. & Rosenblatt, Z. (2009). Perceptions of organizational ethics as predictors of work absence: A test of alternative absence measures. Journal of Business Ethics, 88 (4), 717-734.
  3. Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. (2009). Israeli teachers’ perceptions of mentoring effectiveness. International Journal of Educational Management, 23(5), 390-403.
  4. Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. &  Rosenblatt, Z. (2009). Organizational ethics and teachers' intent to leave:  An integrative approach. Educational Administration Quarterly, 45(5), 725-758.
  5. Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. (2009). Ethical Dilemmas: The Experiences of Israeli Nurses. Qualitative Health Research, 19 (11), 1602-1611.
  6. Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. (2009). Towards professionalism: Ethical perspectives of   Israeli teachers. European Journal of Teacher Education, 32(4), 473-487.
  7. Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. & Orland-Barak, L. (2009). Ethical dilemmas in teaching: The Israeli case. Education and Society, 27 (3), 27-45.
  8. Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. (2009).  Israeli male versus female teachers' intent to leave work.  Gender in Management-An international Journal, 24 (7), 543-559.
  9. Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. &  Rosenblatt, Z. (2010). School ethical climate and teachers' voluntary absence. Journal of Educational Administration, 48 (2), 164-181.
  10. Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. & Aziel, V.  (2010). Team culture perceptions, commitment, and  effectiveness: Teamwork effects. Educational Practice and Theory, 32 (2), 33-56.
  11. Rosenblatt, Z., Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. & Shirom, A. (2010). Absenteeism in Israeli schoolteachers:  An organizational ethics perspective. Human Resource Management Review, 20, 247-259.
  12. Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. (2010). Ethical dilemmas in teaching and nursing: The Israeli case, Oxford Review of Education, 36 (6), 731-748.
  13. Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. (2011). Teachers' critical incidents: Ethical dilemmas in teaching practice, Teaching and Teacher Education, 27, 648-656.
  14. Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. & Even-Zohar, S. (2011).Withdrawal behaviors syndrome:  An ethical perspective, Journal of Business Ethics, 103(3), 429-451.
  15. Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. (2012). Developing ethical knowledge in the spirit of   Judaism, Religious Education, 107 (1), 73-90.
  16. Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. (2012) Teachers' withdrawal behaviors: Integrating theory and findings. Journal of Educational Administration, 50 (3), 307 - 326.
  17. Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. (2012).  Mentors' ethical perceptions: Implications for practice, Journal of Educational Administration, 50 (4), 437-462.
  18. Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. (2013). Team-based simulations: Learning ethical conduct in teacher trainee programs, Teaching and Teacher Education, 33, 1-12.
  19. Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. & Ishan, G*. (2013). Teachers’ acceptance of absenteeism: Towards developing a specific scale, Journal of Educational Administration, 51(5), 594-617.
  20. Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. (2013). An ethical approach to teachers' dysfunctional Behaviors: Voluntary lateness and voluntary absence, Educational Practice and Theory, 35 (2), 63-84.
  21. Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. (2014). Simulations in nursing practice: Toward authentic leadership, Journal of Nursing Management, 22, 60-69.
  22. Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. (2014). Toward developing authentic leadership: Team-Based Simulations, Journal of School Leadership, 24 (5), 979-1013.
  23. Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. (2014). Simulation-based constructivist approach for education leaders, deEducational Management Administration & Learship.
  24. Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. & Tsemah, S*. (2014). Psychological empowerment as a mediator between the teachers' perceptions of authentic leadership and their withdrawal and citizenship behaviors, Educational Administration Quarterly, 50(4), 672-712.
  25. Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. (2014).Teacher Training Programs: Toward implementing a Naturalist Approach, Curriculum and Teaching, 29 (2), 25-41.
  26. Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. (2014). The naturalist approach among future educational leaders: an Israeli case study, International Journal of Leadership in Education. DOI: 10.1080/13603124.2014.986209
  27. Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. & Levy-Gazenfrantz, T*. (2015). Authentic leadership strategies in support of mentoring processes. School Leadership & Management, 1-19.
  28. Shapira-Lishchinsky, O.  & Gilat, I. Z. (2015).  Official Policies' and 'Teachers' Tendency to Act': Exploring the Discrepancies in Teachers' Perceptions. Education Policy Analysis Archives, 23 (82), 1-20.
  29. Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. & Levy- Gazenfrantz*, T. (2015). The multifaceted nature of mentors' authentic leadership and mentees’ emotional intelligence: A critical perspective. Educational Management Administration & Leadership, 1-15.
  30. Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. Glanz, J. & Shaer*, A. (2016). Team-based Simulations: Towards developing ethical guidelines among USA and Israeli teachers in Jewish schools, Religious Education, 1-20.
  31. Tsemah, S.*  & Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. (In press). The relationship between authentic leadership, psychological empowerment and teachers' withdrawal behaviors, Megamot  (Hebrew).
  32. Levy-Gazenfrantz, T. * & Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. (In press). Teachers perceptions: Authentic leadership, I’yunim Be’minhal Uve’irgun Ha’chinuch (Studies in Educational Administration and Organization) (Hebrew).
  33. Litchka, P.R. & Shapira-Lishchinsky (2016). Planning educational policy: Teacher perceptions of school principal transformational leadership in Israel and the US. Educational Planning, 23(2), 45-58.
  34.  Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. (2016). From ethical reasoning to teacher education for social  

           justice, Teaching and Teacher Education, 60, 245-255.

  1. Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. & Raftar-Ozery*, T. (2016). School leadership, absenteeism acceptance, and school ethical climate as predictors of voluntary absence and organizational citizenship behaviors. Educational Management Administration & Leadership, 1-20. DOI: 10.1177/1741143216665841
  2. Klein, J. & Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. (2016). Intergenerational sharing of knowledge as means of deepening the organizational learning culture in schools. School leadership & Management, 36(2), 133-150.
  3. Rosenblatt Z. & Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. (In press).Temporal Withdrawal Behaviors in an Educational Policy Context. International Journal of Educational Management.
  4. *Zavelevsky, E. & Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. (Accepted). Testing the relationship between perceptions of parental involvement and academic achievements in Israel through international assessment tests (TIMSS). Dapim (Hebrew)

Note:   *MA or PhD advisee



































Mentoring and leading teams


2007- present






Leadership and policy: Team-based -Simulations


2007- present




B.A., M.A.

Organizational ethics


2007- present


Lecture /Workshop


B.A., M.A.

Managerial thinking in education


2006- present





Entrepreneurship and organizational change in educational systems

2006- present

Lecture /Workshop



Human resources management in   educational systems

2006 -present



Fields of Expertise

1. Comparative education based on internatinal assessment 


2. Organizational ethics; Ethical dilemmas in educational systems
3. Withdrawal behaviors (lateness, absenteeism, and turnover) in educational
4. Mentoring in educational systems, Simulation-based workshops



    Bar-Ilan University, October 2002 The effect of mentoring style and team culture on mentoring effectiveness (Oral presentation)

  • AYALA - The Israeli Association of Educational Research Ben Gurion University, October 2004 Organizational ethics as predictors of absenteeism (Symposium with Z. Rosenblatt & A. Shirom)

  • EARLIS'S Istanbul, June 2004 Mentoring style and team culture: Testing the fit model of mentor effectiveness (Oral presentation)

  • AERA
    Montreal, April 2005 Teachers’ perception of school ethics as predictors of their work
  • absence (Round table discussion)

  • SIOP - Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology Los Angeles, April 2005 Organizational ethics as predictors of work absence and lateness: Gender differences (Symposium with Z. Rosenblatt)

  • AERA
    Chicago, April 2007
    Teachers' intent to leave and school ethics: The mediating effect of organizational commitment (Oral presentation with Z. Rosenblatt)
  • Academy of Management Anaheim, California, August 2008
    Ethical climate and voluntary absence: The mediation effect of organizational commitment (Oral presentation with Z. Rosenblatt)
  • AME Conference 2009 Utrecht, the Netherlands, July 2009 Gender differences in teachers' intent to leave in Israel (Oral presentation)

  • Annual UCEA Convention Anaheim, California, November, 2009 Towards building a code of ethics: Israeli mentors’ ethical dilemmas (Oral presentation)

  • 16th Annual Values and Leadership Conference
    Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, Sept 25 –27, 2011 Authentic leadership as a predictor of teachers' withdrawal behaviors (Featured Presenter)

Last Updated Date : 30/06/2022