THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP AND WORK MOTIVATION WITH THE TEACHER’S PERFORMANCE OF PUBLIC ELEMENTARY SCHOOL IN SOUTH BANJARMASIN DISTRICT, INDONESIA

Rahmat Kardata, M. Mahrita, A. Aslamiah

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Teacher performance is the level of success in completing teaching and work called the "level of performance" or level of work. The teacher's performance appears from his responsibilities as a teacher and educator in carrying out the mandate, the profession he embraces, and the moral he has, So that the teacher who has high performance is a teacher who has work productivity equal with standards that are determined and agreed upon in achieving school goals. In achieving high school goals / quality not only the role of the teacher but also the leadership role of principal and teacher motivation  also very influential and dominant in the teacher's performance so that they can achieve goals that have been jointly shared. The research aims to find out: (1) the relationship between transformational leadership and the teacher’s performance of State Elementary School in South Banjarmasin District. (2) Work motivation and the teacher’s performance of Public Elementary School in South Banjarmasin District. (3) Simultaneous relationship between transformational leadership and work motivation with the teacher’s performance of State Elementary School in South Banjarmasin District. The research design uses quantitative research with correlational methods. The subjects of the study were 404 elementary school teachers with the status of civil servants (PNS) totaling 404 teachers. The sampling technique in this study is proportional. As for the number of samples determined using the Slovin formula obtained a sample of 201 teachers. Data collection techniques are questionnaires conducted by distributing written questionnaires containing statements, and answered by respondents. The results showed that: (1) There was a positive relationship between transformational leadership and teacher’s performance. (2) There is a positive relationship between work motivation and teacher’s performance. (3) There is a simultaneous positive relationship between transformational leadership and work motivation with teacher’s performance.

 

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