Relationship of self-esteem to the leadership performance of the College of Medical Radiation Technology students leaders

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Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Technology


Self Concept, Leadership, Radiologic Technology, Students


This study used descriptive-documentary analysis method. Purposive sampling technique was utilized to select the total population of 17 medical radiation technology student leaders as respondents. Questionnaire and evaluation sheet served as the research instruments. The statistical measures used were frequency count, percentage, mean, t-test, f-test and Pearson product moment of correlation. The study concluded that the respondents had a moderate performance based on their high self-esteem and average ability in leadership performance. They can still improve in both aspects. Age and gender did not relate to the leadership performance and level of self-esteem of the respondents. Self-esteem had a very small impact on the leadership performance of the respondents.

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