The not significant was found, r (218)

The first cluster of respondents tallied the combined and averaged scores of
pastors and lay leaders. The scoring totals of the 55 pastors who each had three
respondents, numbering 165, resulted in a total of 220 responses to the ALI and the MEI.
The responses of this sample did not indicate a significant correlation between authentic
leadership and ministerial effectiveness. All four of the subscales, self-awareness,

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relational transparency, balanced processing, and internalized moral perspective, either
did not indicate a significant correlation, or indicated a weak correlation.

For the relationship between pastors’ and lay leaders’ combined and averaged
authentic leadership and ministerial effectiveness, a weak positive correlation that was not
significant was found, r (218) = .110, p > .05, indicating no significant correlation.

For the relationship between pastors’ and lay leaders’ combined and averaged self-
awareness and ministerial effectiveness scores, a weak positive correlation that was not
significant was found, r (218) = .089, p > .05, indicating no significant correlation.

For the relationship between pastors’ and lay leaders’ combined and averaged
relational transparency and ministerial effectiveness scores, a weak positive correlation
was found, r (218) = .030, p .05, indicating no
significant correlation.
Second Cluster of Respondents: Pastors Only Total ALI and MEI Scores

The second cluster of respondents tallied the combined scores of pastors only. Fifty-
five total responses of the ALI were compared with the MEI. The total pastors’ scores on
the ALI and MEI did not indicate a significant correlation between authentic leadership
and ministerial effectiveness. All four of the subscales—self-awareness, relational

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transparency, balanced processing, and internalized moral perspective—also did not
indicate a significant correlation.

For the relationship between pastors’ combined authentic leadership and
ministerial effectiveness scores, a weak negative correlation that was not significant was
found, r (53) = -.196, p > .05, indicating no significant correlation.

For the relationship between pastors’ combined self-awareness and ministerial
effectiveness scores, a weak positive correlation that was not significant was found, r
(53) = .068, p > .05, indicating no significant correlation.

For the relationship between pastors’ combined relational transparency and
ministerial effectiveness scores, a weak negative correlation that was not significant was
found, r (53) = -.233, p > .05, indicating no significant correlation.

For the relationship between pastors’ combined balanced processing and
ministerial effectiveness scores, a weak negative correlation that was not significant was
found, r (53) = -.149, p > .05, indicating no significant correlation.

For the relationship between pastors’ combined internalized moral perspective
and ministerial effectiveness scores, a weak negative correlation that was not significant
was found, r (53) = -.127, p > .05, indicating no significant correlation.
Third Cluster of Respondents: Lay Leaders’ Total ALI and MEI Scores

The third cluster of respondents tallied the combined scores of lay leaders only.
One hundred sixty-five total responses of the ALI were compared with the MEI. The
responses of this sample did not indicate a significant correlation between authentic
leadership and ministerial effectiveness. All four of the subscales—self-awareness,