The study aims to analyze the leadership style and competency toward management organization among the profile of the respondents as to age, gender, years in service, and position in school. This includes the measures of the extent of leadership style and competency toward management organization among the respondents.

Quantitative research is employed in the study to measure the leadership style and competency toward management organization. Likewise, purposive sampling is utilized in the selection of the sample size of the study. The study comprised fifty (50) respondents only.

Results show that profiles of the respondents are matured enough in their leadership style due to their skills and knowledge in the organization, show that integrity ensures the well-being of their customers, clients and employees, show self-discipline utilizes energy wisely, show that communication delivers instructions clearly and thoroughly that makes the team valuable in organization, show that trustworthiness prioritize work deliverables and results in the professional relationship of trust and interaction honestly, show that teamwork adapts change and support as needed in giving a chance for every workers to excel in their skills and capacity in the work organization, show conflict management seeks the necessary opportunity and skills for the action among the mentors and offering of advices when needed to have an input in a situation, show that problem solving provides details of the job and industry function, and show that initiative looks for needs in the workplace and think about how it might be able to meet them.

Findings show that there is a significant relationship between the leadership styles and competency as observed by the respondents.

Keywords: leadership style and competency, management organization, integrity, self-discipline, communication, trustworthiness, teamwork, conflict management, problem-solving, and initiative.