The Effect of Transactional and Transformational Leadership on Lecturer Performance with Job Satisfaction as the Mediation
Maya Rezeki Angriani, Anis Eliyana, Hastirullah Fitrah, Priyo Sembodo
With a well-produced performance, an organization will also run well. This study examines one example, namely the performance of a lecturer. The performance that will be produced is also very dependent on the leadership of the organization and the work performance of the employees. So that the existence of organizational leaders who make lecturers' performance better and more precise, will be able to make the organization better. This study aims to analyze the effect of transactional and transformational leadership on lecturer performance with job satisfaction as mediation at Dr. Soetomo University (UNITOMO) Surabaya. The approach used in this research is quantitative. The population in this study were permanent lecturers at the Faculty of Economics, with a sample size of 38 respondents. Data were collected by distributing questionnaires to several respondents to obtain primary data. The data analysis technique uses partial least square (PLS) with SmartPLS 3.0 software which is part of structural equation modeling (SEM).