Contribution of Principals’ Entrepreneurial Behavior to Teacher’s Performance
Available Online 25 March 2020.
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- entrepreneurial behavior, teacher performance
- Education will succeed if the teacher’s performance is good. The principal is the key to the success of educational success. To support the performance of teachers, the entrepreneurship behavior of the principal is needed. This article describes the results of research aimed at 1) describe the entrepreneurship behavior of elementary school principals to improve teacher performance; (2) show the amount of contribution the Principal entrepreneurship behavior towards the teacher’s performance; and (3) shows other factors that affect teacher performance. This research uses a combined approach (mixed methods). This research uses a mixed approach. All 30 elementary school teachers were used as respondents and research subjects. Meanwhile, the sample as respondents filling out the questionnaire was fifth grade elementary school students totaling 135 children. Data collection techniques used interviews, questionnaires, and document studies. The results of the study show that the application of principals’ entrepreneurial behavior to improve teacher performance through work steps: creative, innovative, hard working, good at reading opportunities, and daring to take risks. Principal entrepreneurship leadership behavior influences teacher performance. The contribution of principals’ entrepreneurial behavior has an effect on improving teacher performance by 38.8%, while 61.2% is influenced by other factors such as: teacher conditions, salary, transportation, attendance, harmony, school culture, and school environment.
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TY - CONF AU - Rokhmaniyah PY - 2020 DA - 2020/03/25 TI - Contribution of Principals’ Entrepreneurial Behavior to Teacher’s Performance BT - 4th International Conference on Arts Language and Culture (ICALC 2019) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 671 EP - 679 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/assehr.k.200323.078 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/assehr.k.200323.078 ID - Rokhmaniyah2020 ER -