Democratic Leadership and Attitude towards Time Management of the Student Leaders

Jerald C. Moneva, John Patrick M. Pedrano

Abstract


Nowadays, lots of students involve themselves in leadership at school which include the class officers wherein they are also known as student leaders who lead democratically. However, while students are practicing democratic leadership at school, some are having a hard time in managing their time properly. Therefore, time management attitude is essential to the students and more importantly to those who are leaders at school. This study aims to determine the association between the level of democratic leadership and the level of time management attitude of the class officers. The data regarding democratic leadership and time management attitude were collected from a sample of 200 class officers from all grade levels in junior high school and senior high school department. With the 200 respondents who answered the survey, the findings of the study revealed that the level of democratic leadership is highly associated with the level of time management attitude. Thus, there is a significant relationship between the level of democratic leadership and the level of time management attitude. Overall, as the level of democratic leadership increases, the level of time management attitude also increases. The study suggests that student leaders like class officers and others should improve their time management attitude through seeking advices for best strategies and to explore more deeply on democratic leadership to be able to successfully apply it in school.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/ijld.v10i1.16662

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