Leadership in the Future Experts’ Creativity Development with Scientific Research Activities

  • Shynar Ismuratova
  • Kadisha Shalgynbayeva
Conference paper
Part of the Springer Proceedings in Complexity book series (SPCOM)


In today’s society, providing education plays a significant role in social structure. As globalization took its course, the role of education has expanded and each country has built its own education system. In this process it is crucial that all the major changes get included in the education system of Kazakhstan Republic as well. Due to globalization, it is known that the country is in collaboration with others, and also has a strong base, independent with its own politics, in addition to having a socio-economic development strategy pointing towards 2050. If countries prefer not to adapt to the requirements of today’s world, it is not possible to deal with complexity as a daily routine. The civilized social progress can be reached with scientific research activities that have a set of good intentions while targeting creativity in every stage. In today’s global world, chaotic events and/or situations that seem minor in any place can cause very different or major effects in other places as imbedded in the famous ‘butterfly effect’. Future experts should have inner, behavioral, intellectual and spiritual power to deal with unexpected and unforeseen crisis and chaotic situations and also they should have enough confidence and courage to reflect on solutions to these situations in research studies because future experts will be community leaders. In this chapter, we will discuss leadership in the future experts’ creativity development with scientific research activities.


Future experts Creativity development Scientific research activities Chaos Leadership 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Faculty of Pedagogy and PshycologyL.N. Gumilev Eurasian National UniversityAstanaKazakhstan
  2. 2.The Social Pedagogic and Self-knowing Department, Faculty of Social SciencesL.N. Gumilev Eurasian National UniversityAstanaKazakstan

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