Correlation between administrators' leadership styles and teachers' job performance in three Augustinian secondary schools in Central Luzon: SY 1988-1989

Date of Publication


Document Type

Master's Thesis

Degree Name

Master of Science in Educational Management

Subject Categories

Educational Administration and Supervision | Educational Leadership


Br. Andrew Gonzalez FSC College of Education


Educational Leadership and Management

Thesis Adviser

Salud P. Evangelista

Defense Panel Chair

Roberto T. Borromeo

Defense Panel Member

Flordeliza C. Reyes
Marikita H. Tirol


The study seeks to determine the relationships between the administrators' leadership styles and the teachers' job performance in three Augustinian Secondary Schools in Central Luzon: Assumpta Academy, Bulacan, Bulacan La Consolacion School, Balagtas, Bulacan and Regina Carmeli College High School Department, Catmon, Malolos, Bulacan. The descriptive correlational survey method was used in this study. The respondents were twenty six (26) administrators, which consisted of 3 principals, 3 academic coordinators and 20 subject area chairpersons from the three secondary schools managed by the Augustinian Sisters of Our Lady Of Consolation in Central Luzon in the school year 1988-89. Two instruments were used in this study namely, the Managerial Grid Style (Blake and Mouton) and the Augustinian Faculty Efficiency Report prepared by Sr. Anunciata and Fr. Roger Tjolle (1960). The Managerial Grid Style self-evaluation questionnaire was used to determine one's leadership style. The Faculty Efficiency Report consisted of two major areas: instructional skill and personal and social qualities. Frequency counts and percentages were used for variables in nominal scale while means and standard deviation were utilized to describe the center and spread of the respondents' leadership behavior and the ratings of the teachers' job performance taken as a group. The Pearson product moment coefficient of correlation was used to determine the relationship between the teachers' job performance and the administrators' leadership style.

Based on the findings of the study, it was concluded that the teachers of the three Augustinian Schools were generally efficient, more so if they have administrators who were both people and task oriented. There was no conclusive evidence that leadership styles solely predict the teachers' job performance.

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Shelf Location

Archives, The Learning Commons, 12F Henry Sy Sr. Hall

Physical Description

137 leaves ; 28 cm.


Educational leadership; Teacher effectiveness; School administrators; Teacher-principal relationships

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