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Educational leadership styles and management practices on work attitude and work values of elementary school heads in Laguna, Philippines

Volume: 124  ,  Issue: 1 , May    Published Date: 11 May 2023
Publisher Name: IJRP
Views: 427  ,  Download: 235 , Pages: 1315 - 1325    
DOI: 10.47119/IJRP1001241520234820

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# Author Name
1 Arlen C. Cabantog

Abstract

The study attempted to find out the relationship between the leadership style, management practices, work attitude, and work values of elementary school heads in the division of Laguna, Philippines. Specifically, it attempted to answer the following questions: (1) what is the leadership practices of elementary school heads as perceived by the teachers in Laguna? (2) what is the level of management practices of elementary school heads as perceived by the teachers in the Laguna (3) what is the level of work attitudes of elementary school heads as perceived by the teachers in Laguna (4) what is the level of work values of elementary school head as perceived by teachers in Laguna (5) do the leadership styles of elementary school heads have a significant relationship to their work attitude and values and (6) do the management practices of elementary school heads have a significant relationship to their work attitude and values. The correlational-survey research design was used to study the relationship between the educational leadership practices, management practices, work attitude, and work values of grade school heads in Laguna. It involves the participation of 125 teacher respondents among selected public elementary schools in the Division of Laguna, Philippines. A structured online questionnaire in an online form was used to gather the needed data. The following were the significant findings of the investigation: (1) servant leadership and instructional/ pedagogical leadership practices are highly preferred (2) the elementary school heads has a very high level of management practices (3) the elementary school heads has a very high level of work attitude (4) the elementary school heads has a very high level of work values (5) the elementary school heads leadership styles has a significant relationship to the work attitude and work values and (6) the elementary school heads management practices has a significant relationship to the work attitude and work values. Recommendations were included in the aspects of transactional and transformational leadership practices, planning practices, teamwork or collegiality attitude, and the values of making a difference.