International Journal of Humanities and Social Science

ISSN 2220-8488 (Print), 2221-0989 (Online) 10.30845/ijhss

Personality Type, Organizational Commitment and Collaborative alliance among University of Perpetual Help System Laguna (UPHSL) Academic Personnel
Sherill S. Villaluz, Leomar S. Galicia

Higher education accommodated different partnership, alliances and collaboration which serve as mechanism for delivering quality education. The academic personnel of UPHSL are encouraged to participate in support services. Also, it is imperative that collaboration among employees are evident. This study identified how thepersonality type of the 43 academic personnel relates to their organizational commitment and how such relate to their collaborative alliance.This descriptive-correlation research used convenience sampling. Findings showed that the more the respondents manifest abasement, achievement, deference, and respect for others, the higher is their level of organizational commitment; the more theymanifest such traits, the greater is their extent of collaborative alliance in terms of giving quality service to satisfy their stakeholders; the higher the level of the academic personnel’s organizational commitment, the greater is their involvement in institutional marketing and promotion, community outreach program involvement and customer satisfaction.

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