Jurnal Internasional S3 MP
Improving Teacher Work Productivity During Strengthening Situational Leadership, Quality of Work Life, and Effectiveness of Training Programs
School plays a crucial role in shaping character, mindset, and attitudes towards achieving educational goals. However, the quality of education and human resources in Indonesia is still underdeveloped. This can be attributed to the low productivity of teachers, particularly in terms of product/service quality, human resource management, work effectiveness, and value-added contributions. This study aims to investigate whether the productivity of boarding private high school teachers in Sukabumi Regency can be improved during the enhancement of situational leadership (X1), quality of work life (X2), and the effectiveness of training programs (X3). The research involved 157 Permanent Foundation Teachers (GTY) and utilized a correlational approach with SITOREM (Scientific Identification Theory to Conduct Operation Research in Education Management) analysis. A questionnaire was employed as the research instrument, organized according to the indicators for each variable. The findings revealed a importently positive relationship, both individually and collectively, between situational leadership, quality of work life, effectiveness of training programs, and teacher work productivity. In conclusion, the findings of this study indicate that by strengthening the principal's situational leadership and improving the quality of work life, there is a positive impact on teacher work productivity. Moreover, when these factors are combined with the effectiveness of training programs, the potential for enhancing teacher work productivity becomes even greater. Therefore, it is recommended that educational institutions focus on developing and implementing strategies that address situational leadership, work-life quality, and training effectiveness in order to improve overall teacher productivity.
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