PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENT OF CHRISTIAN TEACHERS THROUGH ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE, TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP, AND PERSONALITY MODERATED BY PROTESTANT WORK ETHICS
Performance is an activity that results from all the work done by employees in accordance with what is done in the organization. The factors used in this study are thought to influence teacher performance in achieving certain organizational goals. Organizations that can improve performance are more capable of achieving their goals. The purpose of this study is to identify and analyses the Protestant Work Ethics which moderate the influence of organizational culture, transformational leadership, and personality on Christian Teacher Performance, and to determine the unique variables or factors that most influence Christian Teacher Performance. This study uses a quantitative approach, and the sample is 236 Christian teachers in Christian private elementary schools in Banten province. To collect data, questionnaires were distributed to respondents and analysed using PLS-SEM (Partial Least Square Structural Equation Modelling) and processed using WarpPLS version 7.0. The results of the study show that Private Elementary Schools must consider Organizational Culture, Transformational Leadership, Personality, and Protestant Work Ethics to improve Christian Teacher Performance, as well as Protestant Work Ethics in moderating personality on Christian Teacher Performance.
Teacher Performance, Protestant Work Ethics, Organizational Culture, Transformational Leadership, Personality