Leadership Styles, Motivational Factors and Academic Responsiveness: The Case of Designated Faculty in a State College in the Philippines

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Wilfreda G. Arones


This descriptive correlational research endeavor aimed at establishing the relationship among leadership styles, motivational factors, and academic responsiveness.  The data were obtained from eighty faculty members with academic designations from Northern Iloilo Polytechnic State College( NIPSC) which is located at Western Visayas, Philippines.  Results revealed that the most prevailing leadership styles of the respondents was democratic. It was also revealed that the designated faculty members are very highly motivated and showed an outstanding academic responsiveness in terms of curriculum. No significant relationship has been found out between leadership styles and motivational factors.  Moderate  and significant relationship  were found out between  leadership styles and academic responsiveness as well as motivational factors and academic responsiveness.  

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