International Journal of Advanced Multidisciplinary Research and Studies
Volume 3, Issue 3, 2023
Leadership Assessment and its Effects on Employee Behavior of Selected Employees in Noveleta, Cavite: A Sequential-Explanatory Study
Author(s): Lazaro Bryan Louis G, De Mesa David Benjamin Khyle, Flores Angel Jane, Managaysay Ghelenn, Aberilla Jewelry Mae
The conducted study entitled Leadership Assessment and its Effects on Employee Behavior of Selected Employees in Noveleta, Cavite: A Sequential-Explanatory Study seeks to provide insights on the perceived level of leadership skills, both Personal & Interpersonal, and Employee Behavior of the respondents, and explore its effects on their behavior as an employee of the workplace. Furthermore, it sought to provide an understanding of the relationship between the two variables of the study. A sequential-explanatory mixed-method research design is applied in the study to supply in-depth enlightenment, discussion, and investigation of the evaluated and correlated variables. Fifty (50) respondents served as participants for the quantitative phase of the study, and ten (10) interviewees for the qualitative phase. The respondents were selected using Purposive Sampling, a non-probability sampling technique. Findings of the examined variables revealed that the selected employees in Noveleta, Cavite, have a low leadership level in both Personal and Interpersonal Leadership Skills. On the other hand, the respondents have an extremely high level of employee behavior. Using Pearson R- Correlation, the researcher found that there is a significant moderate positive correlation between Employee Behavior and Personal Leadership (r (48) =.495, p < 0.001), while a significant weak positive correlation for Interpersonal Leadership (r (48) =.564, p < 0.001). Hence, personal and interpersonal leadership influences employee behavior with 24.50% and 31.81% shared variance, respectively.
Keywords: Leadership Assessment, Employees, Cavite, R- Correlation
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