Measuring the Effect of Moral Leadership of Administrator toward Employees’ Morality in the Context of the Catholic School in the Ilocos Region, Philippines

Authors

  • Damianus Abun Divine Word College of Laoag, Ilocos Norte, Philippines
  • Margarita A. Galat Divine Word College of Laoag, Ilocos Norte, Philippines
  • Theogenia Magallanes St. Benedict College of Northern Luzon, Ilocos Sur, Philippines
  • Jecel M. Mansueto St. Benedict College of Northern Luzon, Ilocos Sur, Philippines
  • Mary Joy Encarnacion Divine Word College of Laoag, Ilocos Norte, Philippines

Keywords:

Moral leadership, morality, administrator, moral integrity, justice, trust, mercy, and compassion

Abstract

The study intended to determine the relationship between the moral leadership of administrators and the employees' morality. To support the theory of the study, the literature was reviewed. The study used a descriptive correlational research design and it used descriptive and inferential statistics. Questionnaires were used to gather the data and it used weighted mean to determine the level of moral leadership of administrators and the morality of employees. Pearson r or Product Moment Correlation was used in determining the correlation between the moral leadership of administrators and the morality of employees. The study found that the morality of administrators was to a moderate extent and the morality of employees was high. Employees' morality was higher than the administrators'. The study further found that there is a correlation between the moral leadership of administrators and the morality of employees. Therefore, the hypothesis is accepted.

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Published

2021-01-09

How to Cite

Abun, D., Margarita A. Galat, Theogenia Magallanes, Jecel M. Mansueto, & Mary Joy Encarnacion. (2021). Measuring the Effect of Moral Leadership of Administrator toward Employees’ Morality in the Context of the Catholic School in the Ilocos Region, Philippines. Technium Social Sciences Journal, 15(1), 400–426. Retrieved from https://techniumscience.com/index.php/socialsciences/article/view/2181