The Impact of Transformational Leadership and Principal Managerial Competence on The Learning Performance of Junior High School Teachers in Pasangkayu Regency
Badaruddin*1, Fathurrahman1, Nawawi Natsir1, dan Muh. Nawawi1
1Doctoral Course on Social Sciences, Post-Graduate Tadulako University Palu, Indonesia.
2Faculty of Agriculture, Universitas Tadulako Palu, Indonesia.
Int. J. Grad. Res. Rev. Vol 6(3): 97-109
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This study aims to determine the effect of school principal transformational leadership partially on the learning performance of state junior high school teachers in Pasangkayu Regency; know the effect of the principal's managerial competence partially on the learning performance of state junior high school teachers in Pasangkayu Regency; know how much influence the transformational leadership and managerial competence of school principals together have on the learning performance of state junior high school teachers in Pasangkayu Regency; to find new concepts or novelty in public administration especially in the study of human resources related to transformational leadership theory, managerial competence and performance. This research uses quantitative research methods. The research data were processed descriptively and inferentially using SPSS Version 22.0 and SEM Software Model AMOS Version 23.0. The research locations were in Pasangkayu Regency in all State First Middle Schools under the auspices of the Pasangkayu Regency Education Office. The number of state junior high schools is 41 schools with a total of 671 teachers, both civil servant and non-civil servant teachers. The number of research samples taken by stratified random sampling. Hypothesis 1 test results obtained that partially transformational leadership has a positive and significant effect on teacher learning performance. Hypothesis 2 test results obtained that the partial managerial competence of school principals has a positive and significant effect on teacher learning performance. Hypothesis 3 test results obtained that simultaneously transformational leadership and managerial competence of school principals have a positive and significant effect on teacher learning performance.
Keywords: Transformational Leadership; Managerial Competence; Learning Performance