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					                                                   Table I

Levels Of Intelligent Leadership Of School Principals As Perceived By Themselves
And Their Teachers:


     A. Shared Vision And Objectives                     School Managers   Teachers
1. Sees to it that school vision is shared.                    4.61          4.04
2. Demonstrates commitment to objectives .                     4.52          4.00
3. Develop vision and objectives                               4.29          3.85
4. Have strong vision and able to sell that to others.         4.25          3.89
5. Have wider vision and more long term thinking.              4.12          3.86
6. Sees to it that emotion are connected to visions.           4.00          3.71
7. Sees to it that goals and objectives are concepts
                                                               3.83          3.80
that are too rational.
8. Sees to it that goals and objectives are concepts
                                                               3.81          3.55
that are too narrow
9. Sees to it that goals and objectives are concepts
                                                               3.67          3.57
that are too short-term based.
10. Designs and strategizes goals.                             4.04          3.85
11. Designs operational plans to attain goals.                 4.29          3.88
12. Ensures future direction of the school.                    4.50          3.99
13. Tasks about a bright future.                               4.50          4.03
14. Communicates school mission and goals to
                                                               4.54          3.94
faculty and staff.
15. Assess school progress vis a vis action, plans,
                                                               4.29          3.90
goals and changes needs.
                OVERALL MEAN                                   4.22          3.86



    Index used:             5    -    Always
                            4    -    Often
                            3    -    Moderate
                            2    -    Seldom
                            1    -    Never
                                               Table II

Levels Of Intelligent Leadership Of School Principals As Perceived By Themselves
And Their Teachers:


                   B. Leaders                             School Managers   Teachers
1. Knows himself .                                              4.67          4.16
2. Possess good and healthy self-esteem.                        4.39          4.07
3. Leaves followers alone.                                      4.08          3.83
4. Possess responsibility to create a process.                  3.78          3.91
5. Possess non influence attitude to followers.                 4.17          3.72
6. Sees to it that everyone can have both leader and
                                                                4.33          3.89
follower roles.
7. Accepts being a leader in some relationship and
                                                                4.25          3.88
followers in other.
8. Understands the concept of self-leadership.                  4.38          3.88
9. Understands the case of more than one leader.                4.38          3.90
10. Shows sense of power and confidence.                        4.29          4.00
11. Consistent rather that\n arbitrary in decisions.            4.26          3.72
12. Involves faculty and staff in planning.                     4.42          3.84
13. Sets high standards of performances.                        4.21          3.93
14. Provides continuous supports to subordinate.                4.38          3.89
15. Considers subordinates as individual.                       4.42          3.92
16. Delegates task to develop them.                             4.38          4.01
17. Stirs up interest for self-development.                     4.29          3.92
                OVERALL MEAN                                    4.30          3.91



    Index used:            5    -    Always
                           4    -    Often
                           3    -    Moderate
                           2    -    Seldom
                           1    -    Never
                                              Table III

Levels Of Intelligent Leadership Of School Principals As Perceived By Themselves
And Their Teachers:



                  C. Followers                            School Managers   Teachers
1. Shares the responsibility of leaders.                        4.38          4.05
2. Sees to it that followers can become leaders.                4.54          3.97
3. See to it that followers do not do followership.             3.96          3.79
4. Sees to it that followers are active.                        4.46          3.94
5. Share in collaborative leadership.                           4.33          3.87
6. Sees to it that followers and leaders develop a
                                                                4.21          3.90
relationship.
7. Sees to it that followers role, behavior,
competencies, value and ethics affect the leadership            4.29          3.91
process.
8. Sees to it that followers possess maturity.                  4.33          3.95
9. Sees to it that followers are ready to take share
                                                                4.29          3.98
responsibility.
10. Appreciates followers for a work well done.                 4.42          3.92
11. Tasks about result and humors for their
                                                                4.29          3.88
outstanding efforts.
12. Initiates self evaluation of education and
                                                                4.29          3.90
training of faculty.
13. Provides appropriate orientation to new faculty
                                                                4.33          3.87
and staff.
14. Helps followers in exchanges for support.                   4.17          3.87
15. Sees that parental, educational, Love,
friendship, therapeutics and counseling relationships           4.22          3.90
are observed.

                OVERALL MEAN                                    4.31          3.91




    Index used:            5    -    Always
                           4    -    Often
                           3    -    Moderate
                           2    -    Seldom
                           1    -    Never
                                                Table IV

Levels Of Intelligent Leadership Of School Principals As Perceived By Themselves
And Their Teachers:


                   D. Dialogue                             School Managers   Teachers
1. Sees to it that interaction can be dialogued.                 4.29          3.78
2. Sees to it that team members are capable to
                                                                 4.04          3.86
suspend into a genuine thinking and learning.
3. See to it that both parties are active.                       4.25          3.88
4. Sees to it that interaction is based on influence
                                                                 4.00          3.82
relationship.
5. Sees to it that interaction is multi-directional.             4.00          3.82
6. Sees to it that everyone can be a leader and
                                                                 3.92          3.87
persuade followers.
7. Sees to it that relationship can be team based.               4.25          3.86
8. Sees to it that interaction is non-coercive.                  4.21          3.87
9. Sees to it that freedom is essential in interaction.          4.21          3.86
10. Sees to it that leaders have more influence of
                                                                 4.12          3.86
their leadership resources.
11. Sees to it to negotiate what they can get in return
                                                                 4.17          3.84
of their accomplishment.
12. Asks for different opinions.                                 4.38          3.88
13. Encourages subordinates to express their ideas
                                                                 4.38          3.84
and opinions.
14. Gives attention to situations.                               4.39          3.91
15. Shows individual considerations and respect for
                                                                 4.38          3.89
individual.

                OVERALL MEAN                                     4.20          3.86




    Index used:             5    -    Always
                            4    -    Often
                            3    -    Moderate
                            2    -    Seldom
                            1    -    Never
                                                Table V

Levels Of Intelligent Leadership Of School Principals As Perceived By Themselves
And Their Teachers:


                   E. Situation                           School Managers   Teachers
1. Gives a clear task and follow that it will be done.          4.29          3.92
2. Gives guidelines, teach and support the
                                                                4.33          3.91
employees.
3. Do tasks together with the employees.                        4.29          3.87
4. Delegates larger tasks if needed.                            4.00          3.82
5. Sees to it that team is working independently.               4.00          3.82
6. Tells subordinates mostly of the wrong they have
                                                                3.92          3.87
committed.
7. Displays enthusiasm in work.                                 4.25          3.86
8. Encourages them to consider ideas.                           4.21          3.87
9. Simulate teachers to innovate.                               4.21          3.86
10. Gives time to teaching and coaching
                                                                4.12          3.86
subordinates.
11. Sees to it that the delegated tasks are monitored.          4.17          3.84
12. Identifies and promotes what is needed.                     4.38          3.88
13. Projects future scenario and corresponding
                                                                4.38          3.84
decisions.
14. Tries out innovative approaches.                            4.39          3.91
15. Sense issues that needed to be addressed.                   4.38          3.86

                OVERALL MEAN                                    4.22          3.87




    Index used:             5    -    Always
                            4    -    Often
                            3    -    Moderate
                            2    -    Seldom
                            1    -    Never
                                                Table VI

Levels Of Intelligent Leadership Of School Principals As Perceived By Themselves
And Their Teachers:



                      F. Team                              School Managers   Teachers
1. Believes that leadership is a team relationship.              4.58          4.06
2. Leads team efficiently.                                       4.25          3.90
3. Sees to it that team is a very important element of
                                                                 4.33          3.91
an intelligent leadership.
4. Sees to it that the maturity level of teams varies a
                                                                 4.33          3.87
lot.
5. Assesses the maturity level of teams.                         4.04          3.84
6. Gives high regards to subordinate.                            4.04          3.83
7. Makes subordinates proud of being associated.                 4.25          3.87
8. Sees to it that if he faces uncertainties, he refers
                                                                 4.00          3.86
with the leaders.
9. Discusses attractive future possibilities.                    4.12          3.87
10. Encourages creativity in doing the work.                     4.26          3.92
11. Designs on going faculty and staff program.                  4.12          3.90
12. Requires team.                                               4.08          3.85

                OVERALL MEAN                                     4.20          3.89




    Index used:             5     -    Always
                            4     -    Often
                            3     -    Moderate
                            2     -    Seldom
                            1     -    Never
                                                Table VII

Levels Of Intelligent Leadership Of School Principals As Perceived By Themselves
And Their Teachers:


                    G. Results                         School Managers   Teachers
1. Sees to it that feedback is the basic requirement
                                                             4.33          3.92
of all learning, growth and development.
2. Sees to it that feedback should be given to every
                                                             4.04          3.82
variable of the process.
3. Sees to it that the quality of leadership can be
                                                             4.21          3.87
assessed.
4. Sees to it that subordinates care when intended
                                                             3.96          3.86
results are achieved.
5. Expresses satisfaction when subordinates do a
                                                             4.25          3.91
good job.
6. Inspires subordinates by letting them see the
                                                             4.17          3.87
rewards for their efforts.
7. Takes action only when problems become
                                                             3.33          3.65
serious.
8. Clearly monitors teachers performance to detect
                                                             3.71          3.80
errors.
9. Encourages problem –solving using reasoning
                                                             4.17          3.82
and facts rather than hearsay.

                OVERALL MEAN                                 4.02          3.84




    Index used:            5    -    Always
                           4    -    Often
                           3    -    Moderate
                           2    -    Seldom
                           1    -    Never
                                               Table VIII

Levels Of Intelligent Leadership Of School Principals As Perceived By Themselves
And Their Teachers:



           H. Values And Culture                          School Managers   Teachers
1. Leadership should be based on universal
                                                                4.50          3.96
principles.
2. Leaders help followers assess their own values.              4.38          3.88
3.Values are connected to purpose, vision and
                                                                4.29          3.94
objectives.
4. Values are connected to organization.                        4.25          3.90
5. Values are connected to leaders and followers.               4.21          3.93
6. Values are connected to interaction process.                 4.21          3.93
7. Values are connected to results.                             4.17          3.90
8. Sees to it that a leader always respond to the
                                                                4.17          3.91
facts.
9. Sees to it that a leader always initiates, acts, and
                                                                4.29          3.87
take risks.
10. Sees to it that a leader is always sensitive to
                                                                4.00          3.87
values.
11. Sees to it that a leader always sees the larger
                                                                4.17          3.89
perspective.
12. Makes personal sacrifice for the good of others.            4.46          3.80
13. Remains calm during crisis situation.                       4.42          3.80
14. Shows extraordinary capacity and giftedness.                4.29          3.78
15. Practices what he preaches.                                 4.12          3.78
16. Behaves as role model of the group.                         4.33          3.84
17. Demonstrates high standards of ethical and
                                                                4.17          3.85
moral conduct.
18. Arouses team spirits.                                       4.38          3.82
19. Emphasizes the importance of what it takes to
                                                                4.29          3.90
be successful.
20, Inspires them to find meaning in their work.                4.42          3.91

                 OVERALL MEAN                                   4.28          3.87




    Index used:             5     -    Always
                            4     -    Often
                            3     -    Moderate
                            2     -    Seldom
                            1     -    Never
                                             Table IX

Levels Of Intelligent Leadership Of School Principals As Perceived By Themselves
And Their Teachers:



               I. Organization                          School Managers   Teachers
1. The organization has its own values, culture and
                                                              4.38          4.00
structure.
2. A leader should be flexible to apply his
                                                              4.38          3.94
leadership behavior.
3. Is clever enough to understand that a certain
                                                              4.04          3.83
organization is not suitable for his subordinates.
4. Understand that there must be a certain fit
between the manager and the organizational                    4.08          3.91
environment.
5. At an individual level, everyone should focus on
                                                              3.96          3.92
self mastery.
6. At team level the focus is on social synergy.              3.83          3.86
7. At organizational level, the focus is
                                                              3.92          3.87
organizational learning.
8. At society level, the focus is sustainable
                                                              4.04          3.82
development.
9. Widens the score on certain areas.                         4.00          3.85
10. Focuses management education to civic
                                                              3.92          3.84
reconstruction.
11. Analyses the strength, weaknesses, opportunities
                                                              4.04          3.87
and threats of the organizations.
12. Sets priorities for ongoing improvement
                                                              4.12          3.90
activities.
13. Make use of findings in setting priorities and
                                                              4.17          3.94
improvements.
14. Motivates faculty and staff to improve
                                                              4.28          3.96
performances.

               OVERALL MEAN                                   4.08          3.89




    Index used:           5    -    Always
                          4    -    Often
                          3    -    Moderate
                          2    -    Seldom
                          1    -    Never
                                                  Table X

Levels Of Intelligent Leadership Of School Principals As Perceived By Themselves
And Their Teachers:



      J. Industry, Society And World                        School Managers   Teachers
1. The organization is part of societies, countries,
                                                                  4.00          3.98
continent, and world.
2. It is important to see the big picture of the society
                                                                  4.04          3.90
in relation to the organization.
3. Leads in a comprehensively simplified way.                     4.08          3.89
4. Develops a global balanced scorecard which
should include financial, political, technological,               4.00          3.81
social, ecological and spiritual factors.
5. Aligns vision to community.                                    4.04          3.86
6. Promotes school environment that supports the
                                                                  4.25          3.96
well being of faculty.
7. Considers the financial factors.                               4.17          3.87
8. Considers the political factors.                               3.88          3.78
9. Considers the technological factors.                           4.08          3.83
10. Considers the social factors.                                 4.12          3.85
11. Considers the ecological factors.                             4.04          3.88
12. Considers the spiritual factors.                              4.04          3.87
13. Maintains rapport with the local government.                  4.29          3.93
14. The school participates in social activities of the
                                                                  4.25          3.98
community.
15. The school participates in civic activities of the
                                                                  4.25          3.99
community.
16. Adopts new policies vis a vis the changing
                                                                  4.12          3.93
environment.

                 OVERALL MEAN                                     4.10          3.89




    Index used:              5    -    Always
                             4    -    Often
                             3    -    Moderate
                             2    -    Seldom
                             1    -    Never

				
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