This research aimed to determine leadership ad followership profiles of teachers as basis for developing the ideal profile for relating with subordinates and superior. The study involved the 53 randomly selected faculty members in Mandurriao National High School during the school year 2000-2001. Results showed that the teachers were "moderately participative" in leadership and had a "mixed" profile or combination of "moderately autocratic" and the "moderately participative" in followership. The most dominant leadership characteristics of the teachers were " relates and asks subordinates to help arrive at consensus plan of attack," "disciplines with people and situation in mind," and "leader exercises some control," while "strict leader control," "leader is responsible,"and "member's self-responsibility" were least dominant. For followership characteristics, The three most dominant were "accommodating requests of others aside from the boss by virtue of his promotion," while "job explicitly outlined for me," "rigid rules frustrates me," and "jobs should be repetitive for efficiency" were least dominant.