DETERMINATION OF TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP, ACHIEVING MOTIVATION AND RESISTANCE TO TEACHER PERFORMANCE THROUGH WORK SATISFACTION AS AN INTERVENING VARIABLE

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Santi Siburian
Chablullah Wibisono
Indrayani
Bambang Satriawan

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One factor that influences good performance is job satisfaction; teachers who have good job satisfaction can improve performance. The population of this study was the teachers at State High Schools in Batam City. There are 26 public high schools. The number of state high schools used in this study was taken by judgment sampling, namely by using various considerations or criteria for state high schools to be used as samples. The number of samples in this study were as many as the population or called the saturated sample in which all populations were sampled totaling 138 out of 3 State High Schools, namely State 3 High Schools with a total of 64, 20 High Schools with a total of 34 and 12 High Schools with a total of 40 respondents are teachers who are active in the teaching process at each school in the city of Batam. Job Satisfaction is influenced by Transformational Leadership, Achievement Motivation, and Unmanagement 67. 10% and the rest are influenced by other factors not examined by 32.9%. For Performance R2 = 0.898, the effect size = 0.898 x 100% = 89.80%. Thus, it can be stated that the change in Effectiveness is influenced by Transformational Leadership, Achievement Motivation, Unfortunate, and Job Satisfaction. The remaining 89.80% is influenced by other factors not examined by 10.20%. To improve teacher performance in high schools in Batam, it is necessary to increase/develop activities that can motivate teacher performance improvement.

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