The study presented leadership strategies for teachers’ professional development in public secondary schools, Zambales, Philippines aimed to respond to the changes in education setting and challenges in the midst of COVID-19 Pandemic. The respondents of this research study are the Secondary school principal’s/school heads and their respective teachers from the selected schools in all the Zones of the Division. The education response focused on identifying/describing the (a) Characteristics of leadership for teachers’ professional and (b) Resources provided to support the professional development of teachers. This study employed a descriptive research method, quantitative in its analysis and used a survey questionnaire as the main data gathering instrument. The overall number of items/indicators on the survey questionnaire was restricted to twenty-five (25). The statistical treatment of this study utilized descriptive statistical tools and ANOVA as inferential statistics. TH SPSS version 16 as was statistical program/software. Findings of the present study revealed that the respondents strongly agreed that resources have been provided to support the professional development of teachers and to further their capacity to innovate during the Pandemic. Moreover, the respondents strongly agreed to the different characteristics of leadership appropriate for teachers’ professional development during the Pandemic primarily the principal’s support to discussions, observations and evaluations aimed to enhance teachers’ competence and learning. The result of analysis of variance computation found no significant difference on the characteristics of leadership for teachers’ professional development in school appropriate during the health crisis; and on the perception of the respondents on the different resources provided to support teachers’ professional development and their capacity to innovate to address the needs and concerns during the health crisis.