Leadership motivation, capabilities, commitment, and performance among school admnistrators
Alex L Leguro
This research determined the administratorís leadership motivation, capabilities, commitment and performance among school administrators in the Schools Division of Iloilo for the year 2016-2017. The respondent were the seventy five (75) school administrators classified as to marital status, length of service, and educational attainment. The study employed adopted questionnaires to measure the leadership motivation, capabilities commitment, and performance. The descriptive statistical tools were the mean and standard deviation. Mann-Whitney Test, Kruskal-Wallis Test and Pearsonís r were used for inferential statistics set at .05 alpha. The findings revealed that the leadership motivation, capabilities, and commitment of school administrators regardless of the profile was very high. The level of leadership performance regardless of the profile was very well distinguished. Furthermore, no significant differences were noted in the administratorsí leadership motivation, capabilities, commitment when classified according to marital status, length of service and educational attainment. Finally, significant relationship was noted between the administratorsí leadership motivation and performance; between capabilities and performance; and between commitment and performance.