THE EFFECT OF PRINCIPAL’S LEADERSHIP AND JOB SATISFACTION ON THE GUIDANCE AND COUNSELING TEACHERS’ PERFORMANCE
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 1342-1351
AbstractThe objective of this research was to determine the effect of principal’s leadership, and job satisfaction to performance of guidance and counseling teachers at Public Vocational School in Jakarta, Indonesia. The research was conducted by using a survey method with path analysis applied in testing hypothesis. The research method is used quantitative approach, using path analysis. The target population size of this research is 133 of teachers. Research samples selected as much as 100 teachers using simple random sampling technique. Results of this study indicates that the principal's leadership and teachers’ job satisfaction have a very important role on the performance among guidance and counseling teachers.The implication of the research is that it is crucial to strengthen teachers' job satisfaction in order to improve the performance among guidance and counseling teachers. Based on this research of data obtained the following conclusions: (1) the principal’s leadership has positive direct effect on performance, (2) job satisfaction has positive direct effect on performance, (3) the principal’s leadership has positive direct effect on job satisfaction. The conclusion is that the teacher’s performance is effected by the principal’s leadership, and teacher’s job satisfaction.
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