The study aims to examine the influence of transformational leadership, personality and job
satisfaction on teachers’ organizational citizenship behavior (OCB). The variables of transformational
leadership, personality and job satisfaction were treated as independent variables while the dependent variable
is teachers’ organizational citizenship behavior (OCB). The study was conducted on proportionally selected
198 lecturers of public senior high schools in the city of Bekasi, West Java, Indonesia. Using mix method,
sequential explanatory design is applied where quantitative come first. The study both quantitatively and
qualitatively reveals that there is a positive significant relationship among variables under the following
distribution of coefficient of correlation: transformational leadership to teachers’ organizational citizenship
behavior = 0.777, personality to teachers’ organizational citizenship behavior = 0.916, job satisfaction to
teachers’ organizational citizenship behavior = 0.852 and when tested together it produces coefficient of
correlation = 0.921 and coefficient of determination = 0.847 indicating the existence of other 15.3% variables
not including in the model affecting organizational citizenship behavior in public senior high schools' working
Keywords: Transformational Leadership, Personality, Job Satisfaction, OCB
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