Proceedings of the 3rd Asian Education Symposium (AES 2018)

Improving Organizational Commitment through Developing Transformational Leadership and Job Satisfaction (Empirical study on private high-school teachers at Sukabumi)

Authors
Martinus Tukiran, Herfina Herfina, Nurcahya Nurcahya
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Martinus Tukiran
Available Online April 2019.
DOI
https://doi.org/10.2991/aes-18.2019.47How to use a DOI?
Keywords
job satisfaction; organizational commitment; transformational leadership
Abstract
The organizational commitment is the important factor in the teaching process and for attaining educational goals. Based on a preliminary survey, it was found that teachers’ organizational commitments in this research setting were unfavorable. Furthermore, it was found that there were many factors could be affecting organizational commitment. Transformational leadership as well as job satisfaction was among them. The objective of this research is to find-out the way to enhance the organizational commitment through developing principal’s transformational leadership and teachers’ job satisfaction. This research applied a quantitative method and used 87 samples of teachers who taken randomly from a population of private high-school teachers at Sukabumi, West Java. The results from this research can be summarized, that (1) there is a positive, significant and strong relationship (r = 0.667, p < 0.05) between transformational leadership and organizational commitment, (2) there is a positive, significant and strong relationship (r = 0.693, p < 0.05) between job satisfaction and organizational commitment, and (3) there is a positive, significant and strong relationship (r = 0.675, p < 0.05) between transformational leadership and job satisfaction simultaneously with organizational commitment based on that results. It can be concluded that organizational commitment can be improved through developing the principals’ transformational leadership and teachers’ job satisfaction. The organizational commitment is the important factor for the teaching process and for attaining educational goals. Based on a preliminary survey, it was found that teachers’ organizational commitments in this research setting were unfavorable. Furthermore, it was found that there were many factors could be affecting organizational commitment. Transformational leadership as well as job satisfaction was among them. The objective of this research is to find-out the way to enhance the organizational commitment through developing principal’s transformational leadership and teachers’ job satisfaction.
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Proceedings
3rd Asian Education Symposium (AES 2018)
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Advances in Social Science, Education and Humanities Research
Publication Date
April 2019
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978-94-6252-709-6
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2352-5398
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