This book contributes to the healthy administration model at workplace that is spiritual intelligence, from self-awareness, universal awareness, self-mastery, and spiritual presence in the educational administration and supervision. This research aims to assess spiritual intelligence of selected administrators of the Christian colleges in Yangon, Myanmar and Panay Island, Philippines. This research study employed descriptive -- correlation type of research design giving. This study investigated the relationship of the variables such as sex, age, education, ethnic, religion and length of service and spiritual intelligence skills of selected administrators in theological colleges in Yangon and Baptist colleges in Panay Island. On the basis of the findings of this investigation, the following conclusions are drawn: The Christian administrators in Yangon, Myanmar were male dominated but in the Philippines there were about the same proportion of male and female administrators. Generally Christian administrators were highly self-awareness their life purpose, mission, and vision, but some of them had low awareness of complexity of thought, servanthood and lacking wise decision.