The Practice of Multidimensional Leadership of Principals, Job Satisfaction and Organizational Commitment Among Technical Secondary School Teachers in Malaysia.
Keywords:Job Satisfaction, Multidimensional Leadership, Organizational Commitment
Multidimensional leadership is an important aspect in and has a relationship with job satisfaction and organizational commitment in an educational institution. This study looks at the level of multidimensional leadership practices of principals as well as job satisfaction and commitment of technical secondary school teachers in Malaysia. In addition, the study also examines the mediation effect between multidimensional leadership, job satisfaction as well as teacher organizational commitment. Data collection of this quantitative study was administered through a set of questionnaires which was distributed to 217 teachers of secondary technical schools in Malaysia. Analysis of findings were based on descriptive analysis using SPSS version 26 by looking at the mean and standard deviation. It also looked at the mediation effects of multidimensional leadership, work satisfaction as well as organizational commitment using Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) with AMOS program. The findings of the study provide an insight on the level of multidimensional leadership, work satisfaction as well as organizational commitment as practiced in secondary technical schools in Malaysia. The findings also illustrate work satisfaction as a mediator between multidimensional leadership and organizational commitment among teachers in secondary technical schools in Malaysia