Kristiana Jill A. Barro, Elias G. Cuevas


The purpose of this study is to determine which domain of organizational mindfulness of school heads significantly influences the work engagement of teachers. To do so, the study employed the non-experimental quantitative research design employing the descriptive-correlational technique, and N=134 randomly selected teachers from different elementary schools of Matanao II District in Davao del Sur, Philippines were the research participants. Weighted mean and standard deviation, Pearson r and multiple linear regression analysis are the statistical tools employed in analyzing and interpreting the data. Analysis reveals that both organizational mindfulness of school heads and work engagement of teachers were of a high level. The study was able to establish the significance of the relationship between organizational mindfulness of school heads and the work engagement of teachers. Lastly, despite both mindful behavior of school heads that best influence work engagement of teachers.


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