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SRP. 2020; 11(7): 589-599


THE INFLUENCE OF LEADERSHIP STYLE ON INNOVATION CAPABILITIES OF ISLAMIC SCHOOL TEACHERS IN ORGANIZATIONAL LEARNING PERSPECTIVE DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC

Roojil Fadillaha, Miftahus Sururb, Elfriantoc, Ahmad Khoirur Roziqind, Achmad Suhailie, Rina Asih Handayanif, Abdul Mufidg, Agus Purwantoh, Muhajiri, Khaerul Fahmij.

Abstract
This study aims to measure the influence of transformational and transactional leadership on the teacher innovation capability in Islamic schools in Jakartaduring COVID-19 Pandemic mediated by organizational learning. Data collection was carried out by simple random sampling via electronic to a population of the teachers in Islamic school in Jakarta during COVID-19 Pandemic. The returned and valid questionnaire results were 130 samples. Data processing using SEM method with SmartPLS 3.0 software. The results of this study are transformational leadership have positive and significant effect on teacher innovation capability, both directly and through mediating organizational learning. While tansactional leadership has positive and significant effect on teacher innovation capability only through mediating organizational learning.Because, transactional leadership has not significant effect on the teacher innovation capability directly. This novel research is proposing a model to build innovation capability amongteachers through transformational and transactional leadeship with organizational learning as mediation.

Key words: COVID-19 Pandemic Organizational learning, teacher innovation capability, leadership. Islamic school Teachers



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