The Contribution of Organizational Culture and Principals’ Spiritual Leadership towards Teachers’ Extra-Role Behavior at Islamic Senior High School in Surabaya

  • Bachtiar Hariyadi Stikes Nusantara Kupang, Kupang, Indonesia

Abstract

The purpose of this study is to examine the contribution of the organizational culture and principals’ spiritual leadership to the extra role behavior of teachers. The subjects of the research consisted of senior high school teachers who worked at the Islamic schools in Surabaya. The sampling group was defined by random sampling method in total 270 teachers participated. Five scales were used to collect data, the organizational culture scale (OCS), the principals’ spiritual leadership scale (PSLS), the teacher’s job satisfaction (TJSS), the teachers’ commitment scale (TCS) and the teachers' extra role behavior scale (TEBS). Linear regression and path analysis were used to explain the influence of school culture and principals’ spiritual leadership on teachers’ extra role behavior, and AMOS 20.0 was used as a structural equation model. Using path analysis  this  research results is: (1) there is significantly influence from principals’ spiritual leadership and organizational culture to teachers’ extra role behavior; (2) there is significantly influence from principals’ spiritual leadership to teachers’ extra role behavior mediated by job satisfaction and organizational commitment; (3) there is not significantly influence from organizational culture to teachers’ extra role behavior mediated by job satisfaction and teachers’ commitment.

Published
2018-04-24