Effect of Transformational Leadership, Organizational Commitments and Job Satisfaction on Organization Citizenship Behavior (OCB) at the Directorate of Primary School Development Ministry of Education and Culture
This study aims to examine and analyze the effect of transformational leadership, organizational commitment, and job satisfaction both partially and simultaneously on Organizational Citizenship Behavior. The source of primary data was questionnaires taken from the objects of study at the Directorate of Primary School Development, Ministry of Education and Culture with the number of population of 155 employees. The sampling method used was simple random sampling. By using Slovin formula, there were 112 Civil Servants who meet the criteria to be the samples. This study used quantitative analysis with causality correlation. The data were processed using SPSS 23. The analysis method used in this research was multiple linear regression. The results showed that transformational leadership, organizational commitment, work satisfaction altogether (simultaneously) significantly affect Organizational Citizenship Behavior. Partially, transformational leadership, organizational commitment, and job satisfaction have a significant positive effect on Organizational Citizenship Behavior of the employees.