IMPACT OF SCHOOL PRINCIPALS’ TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP AND TEACHER’S ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT ON THEIR CITIZENSHIP BEHAVIOUR

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Susan Febriantina Ponco Dewi Karyaningsih Irnie Victorynie Roni Faslah Nurindah Ramadhini

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This research study aims to examine and analyze how school principals’ transformational leadership and teachers’ organizational commitment impact teachers’ organizational citizenship behavior. The quantitative correlational study was taken out using a questionnaire with 160 teachers from a population of 300 public vocational high school teachers in West Jakarta, Indonesia. The sampling method used was proportional random sampling. Smart Partial Least Square (SPLS) version 3.0 was used to show statistical analyses. The result shows that both school principals’ transformational leadership and teachers’ organizational commitment significantly affects the teachers’ organizational citizenship behavior. This indicates that if the teacher has a high organizational commitment, the teacher will also have high organizational citizen behavior. Besides, if the principal undertakes transformational leadership, the teacher's organizational citizenship behavior will increase. It also provides empirical evidence that the school leadership and teacher’s commitment to citizenship behavior can be achieved if the school leader implements transformational leadership and teachers’ welfare properly. This study provides recommendations and suggestions to principals to carry out transformational leadership so that teachers’ organizational commitment will grow to create organizational citizen behavior.

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FEBRIANTINA, Susan et al. IMPACT OF SCHOOL PRINCIPALS’ TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP AND TEACHER’S ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT ON THEIR CITIZENSHIP BEHAVIOUR. MOJEM: Malaysian Online Journal of Educational Management, [S.l.], v. 9, n. 2, p. 18-28, mar. 2021. ISSN 2289-4489. Available at: <https://mojem.um.edu.my/article/view/29356>. Date accessed: 21 apr. 2021.
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