Management Performance in Islamic Senior High School Education: An Empirical Study
Some researchers conclude that school headmasters play an important role on school effectiveness. As the "spearhead" management holder, schools' headmasters must have a generic set of management skills such as planning, communicating, organizing and controlling. The complexity of the tasks and responsibilities of the headmasters in managing schools' management that leads to become a headmaster. They must have adequate competence. Emotional intelligence, job satisfaction and achievement motivation are part of the performance management where school headmasters must build in order to improve their performance. In this study, emotional intelligence contributes 0.65% to the performance of the school's headmasters. Job satisfaction gives influence on 23.5%, motivation influence on the performance of the school headmasters is 20.7%, while the influence of the three variables together is 30.1%.