This quantitative descriptive-correlation study was conducted to determine the relationship between the level of motivational skills of secondary school administrators and level of teaching task behavior of teachers in Banay-banay District, Division of Mati City. The influence of the variables was also examined. The data were gathered from 100 public secondary teachers in Banay-banay District. Two adapted questionnaires on motivational skills and teaching task behavior were used in gathering the data. The mean and standard deviation were used to find the levels of each variable. Pearson moment correlation was used to find the significant relationships between motivational skills of school administrators and teaching task behavior while multiple regression was utilized to find the predictive significance of the two variables. The study found the influence of motivational skills of school administrators was high. It implies that there was a high extent of manifestation of motivational skills of school administrators in terms of involvement in decision making, giving challenges of teaching job promotion of teachers and human relations in the organization or school. The level of teaching task behavior of teachers was high. The correlation and multiple regression results between teaching task behavior of teachers and motivational skills of school administrator indicated a significant relationship and influence.