This study aims to determine and describe the direct/indirect effects of Principal Managerial Activities, Organizational Culture, and Job Satisfaction on the Performance of Primary School Teachers in the Hampang Sub-district. This is a survey research with data quantitatively obtained from a sample of 92 people by using questionnaires that have met the validity and reliability test requirements. Furthermore, path analysis with multiple regression methods was used to test for hypotheses. The results showed that (1) Principal managerial activities, organizational culture, and teacher job satisfaction directly affected performance by 63.5%, 35.4%, and 75.5%, respectively. (2) Principal's managerial and organizational culture directly influenced job satisfaction by 63.1%, and 51.6%. (3) Principal's managerial activities and organizational culture indirectly affected teachers' performance through job satisfaction by 47.6%, and 38.9%.
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