Job Satisfaction as a Mediator of Emotional Intelligence and Transformational Leadership on Teacher Performance

Prakoso Agung Suryo, Moh. Romadloni, Harianto Respati


The purpose of this study is to examine the impact of emotional intelligence and transformational leadership style on teacher performance by considering aspects of job satisfaction. Four research variables were tested in structural equation models. This research is a causality study that measures the perceptions of high school teachers. Research design is quantitative, with a survey method. Likert scale questionnaire is used to collect respondents' perceptions. A total of 150 high school teachers as research populations. Sampling uses the census method. The explanation of causality between research variables is accessed by structural equation modeling. The results of the study showed that transformational leadership was more needed than the emotional intelligence of the teacher to realize the job satisfaction of teachers, which ultimately created discipline performance. Teacher job satisfaction is an effective consideration for management in high school to achieve teacher performance.

Keywords: emotional intelligence, transformational leadership. job satisfaction, teacher performance

DOI: 10.7176/EJBM/11-32-06

Publication date: November 30th 2019

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