HomeSMCC Higher Education Research Journal (Criminal Justice)vol. 1 no. 1 (2018)

Internationalization of St. Paul University Philippines: A Framework to Develop Intercultural Competence for Global Education Interpersonal Leadership and Supervisory Skills of Philippine National Police

Alken L Beronio | Jestony J Dagangon | Jayson D Nalla | Eddie G Pasayon



A good organization needs to provide disciplinary working conditions to have acceptable instruction. Tis study sought to identify the Interpersonal Skills, Leadership Skills, and Supervisory Skills among the selected Police Regional office in the Caraga Region. The researchers used a descriptive method. The findings of the study supported the theory Achievement-Power-Afiliation Theory of David McClelland which holds that all people have three needs: a need for achievement, a need for power and a need for afiliation. The Leadership Skills was rated lowest wherein according to the theory, the need for power is the need to influence people. Influencing others is leadership. Interpersonal Skills was rated highest among the three skills of the Philippine National Police of Buenavista, Nasipit, and Carmen. The need for achievement according to the theory is a need to do something better than it has been done before so for this need to be attained, a constant improvement on the system of leadership and supervisory as well as interpersonal skills of the Chief of Police. And to recognize the different skills needed in to become effective and efficient as well as for them to be aware of the strengths and weaknesses they had for the development of their interpersonal, leadership, and supervisory skills.