The Influence of School Headmaster Transformation Leadership and Work Satisfaction on Teachers Organizational Committee

Iwan Rio Darma Putra Purba(1), Rohiat Rohiat(2),
(1) SMKN Kab. Rejang Lebong, Indonesia
(2) University of Bengkulu, Indonesia

Abstract


An organization can achieve its objectives in accordance with what has been planned if there is coordination from various parties within the organization, one of which there is an organizational committee that is built individually in it. Based on this the researcher wants to find out whether there is an influence of transformational leadership and job satisfaction on organizational commitment. The location of this research is State Vocational School in Rejang Lebong Regency. The purpose of this study was to determine how much influence the transformational leadership of school principals and job satisfaction on the organizational commitment of vocational school teachers in Rejang Lebong Regency. This research is expected to be useful for principals and teachers in order to know the critical determinants of the success of the principal's transformational leadership style and job satisfaction with organizational commitment. The method used is quantitative with a descriptive approach. This method explains the results of calculations with regression techniques as an analysis tool. The population in this study was 106 teachers with a sample of 84. School and Job Satisfaction affect the Commitment of the Organization of Teachers of State Vocational Schools Rejang Lebong with a coefficient value of 0.706 and an effect of 0.498 or 49.8% in the form of positive linear. Based on the results of the study, suggestions are given to teachers to increase organizational commitment.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.33369/jeml.1.1.22-24

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