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Journal of Leadership in Organizations
ISSN : 26568829     EISSN : 26568810     DOI : https://doi.org/10.22146/jlo.72665
Core Subject : Science, Social,
Journal of Leadership in Organizations (JLO), with registered number ISSN 2656-8829 (Print) and ISSN 2656-8810 (Online), is a peer-reviewed journal published twice a year (March and August) by the Center for Leadership Studies, Department of Management, Faculty of Economics and Business, Universitas Gadjah Mada. JLO is intended to be the journal for publishing articles reporting the results of research on leadership and invites papers on the leadership topic in various contexts. JLO is nationally accredited (Sinta 2) by the Directorate-General for Research Strengthening and Development, the Ministry of Research and Technology, the Republic of Indonesia (Decree No. B/1796/E5.2/KI.02.00/2020). Furthermore, this journal has been indexed in: Directory of Open Access Journal (DOAJ) Garba Rujukan Digital (GARUDA) Google Scholar Directory of Open Access scholarly Resources (ROAD) Accredited in SINTA 2
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COMBINATION OF TRANSFORMATIONAL AND COMMUNITY-BASED LEADERSHIP MODEL IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF PUJON KIDUL TOURISM VILLAGE, INDONESIA Cecep Ucu Rakhman; Lutfiandina Kharisma; Mohamad Liga Suryadana
Journal of Leadership in Organizations Vol 3, No 2 (2021): Journal of Leadership in Organizations
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Introduction/Main Objectives: Leadership is part of the success of village development. Leaders can choose and apply a leadership model that suits their organization.  Background Problems: This research was conducted to analyze the applied leadership model in village tourism. The Head of Pujon Kidul Tourism Village is one of the figures who has succeeded in leading his village and bringing positive changes to the community. Novelty: This study focuses on the leadership model of the village head in managing a tourism village. Research Methods: Data collection was carried out by observation, interviews, and documentation. Interviews were conducted using an interview guide instrument containing 12 questions divided into three dimensions (leadership, tourism, and successful factor in leadership). This qualitative research using a case study as a research design.Finding/Results: The application of a combination of transformational and community-based leadership styles in the tourism village of Pujon Kidul has succeeded in improving Pujon Kidul Tourism Village. Usually, the leader only uses transformational leadership in general, but in this village, the leader uses a combination of transformational and community-based leadership. Conclusion: The leadership model used by the head of the Pujon Kidul tourism village is a combination of transformational and community-based leadership community-based leadership.
ANALYSIS OF LEADERSHIP STYLE BY USING THE MODEL OF HERSEY AND BLANCHARD Adi Lukman Hakim; Erna Nur Faizah; Ninik Mas'adah
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Introduction/Main Objectives: This research raises human resources management within the crediting bank, where employees require reliable and competent leadership. Leadership is categorized as the concept of empowering when the leader shares direction, a support system, friendly, synergizing, and providing exemplary examples to his subordinates.Background Problems: Through scientific ways, this study attempted to respond to the research questions, which are: 1) how is the maturity of employees in the Anugerah rural bank located in Purwosari, 2) what are the applications of leadership styles, duty behavior, and relationship behaviors at there, and 3) in which quadrant of leadership styles of the chief of operational, general, administrations, and marketing department? Novelty: The current study engaged four situational leadership in a model. Research Methods: The survey design administered the questionnaire, interviews, and observation to the target samples. The data, then analyzed using descriptive analysis and the range scale. Finding/Results: The operational and general divisions reflect their leadership styles in quadrant II representing a consultation or low task and relationship behavior. Besides, quadrant III, which implies a participating leadership style with high task and relationship behavior, has been practiced by the marketing department. The administrative division tends to use the leadership style from quadrant IV or delegating with high task behavior relationship. Conclusion: Leaders can select any leadership style, but they must remain aware of task and relationship behavior. This recent study has many limitations; hence, the future researcher can apply other leadership styles under different conditions.
SYSTEMATIC LITERATURE NETWORK ANALYSIS OF THE “INNOVATION POLICY MIX” CONCEPT: EXTENDING LEADERS’ VIEWS ON ORGANIZATIONAL ENVIRONMENT Edwin Rommel; Amin Wibowo; Nurul Indarti; Ely Susanto
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Introduction/Main Objectives: This study aims to depict the scientific landscape for the innovation policy mix (IPM) from 2012 to 2019 since its re-conceptualization by Flanagan, Uyarra, and Laranja (2011).Background Problems: The seminal work has broadened policy mix thinking with social issues impacting innovation. Since every organization is part of the innovation policy system, this study takes the first step to introduce IPM into management fields by identifying and discussing subsequent works in research trajectories.Novelty: This study shows the remarkable progress toward a mature concept through IPM’s definition, characteristics, and boundaries. As a new string of interdisciplinary social science research, some opportunities and challenges are revealed, allowing future studies to be conducted in more theoretically sounding research traditions.Research Methods: This study applies systematic literature network analysis (SLNA) relying on objective measures from keyword co-occurrences and co-citations networks. It includes 60 articles analyzed using open-source software, i.e., Publish or Perish, Google Scholar database, VOSviewer, and the web-based Local Citation Network.Finding/Results: There are three clusters in the main path of research trajectories, i.e., IPM’s conceptualization, its characteristics for evaluation and measurement, and contextualization. Future research directions are proposed to advance our understanding of the organizational environment and its impact on innovation.Conclusion: IPM studies have opened opportunities to test and extend theories in strategic management and organization studies, especially for leaders who make decisions in the face of dynamic and demanding environments. Moreover, contextualization in developing countries would be a worthwhile exercise by considering the institutional and cultural context.
11 LEADERSHIP PRINCIPLES OF INDONESIAN NATIONAL ARMED FORCES IN NATURAL DISASTER MANAGEMENT Yusuf Ali; Aris Sarjito; Susanto Susanto
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Introduction: Natural disasters is one of the real threats which cause the loss of life, property, and refugees. Background Problems: The role of the Indonesian National Armed Forces (TNI) in natural disaster management becomes an interesting thing to study when natural disasters occur in Indonesia. Novelty: This article reveals the analysis result of the implementation of TNI’s principles in disaster management, especially in the following regions: Palu, Sigi and Donggala (Pasigala), Central Sulawesi Province. Research Methods: The research was conducted using qualitative research methods. The collected data was analyzed using qualitative data analysis techniques. Finding/Results: Based on the results of the study, it was concluded that the role of TNI’s leadership style was very prominent to fill the vacancies of Regional Leaders in certain areas experiencing disaster. The support of TNI personnel in natural disaster management cannot be separated from the implementation of 11 TNI leadership principles, which consist of: Takwa, Ing Ngarsa Sung Tulada, Ing Madya Mangun Karsa, Tut Wuri Handayani, Waspada Purba Wisesa, Ambeg Parama Arta, Prasaja, Satya, Gemi Nastiti, Belaka, and Legawa. The application of these principles can be seen in emergency response situations, where TNI plays an important role, in which their instructions were conformed by the community. In disaster mitigations, they evacuated victims, rebuilt worship places, looked around for logistical sources for the community, were incharged for possible criminal actions, such as eradicated looting acts, arrested the perpetrators and handed them to the local Police. Thus, it can be said that the leadership of TNI has succeeded in handling natural disasters in Pasigala, Central Sulawesi. It can be then recommended that the Indonesian Government and stakeholders should improve the quality of training and education for leadership and disaster management by implementing the leadership principles of TNI, as well as synergizing with TNI in disaster management
IMPLEMENTATION OF THE SYNERGY OF TRANSFORMATIONAL-SERVANT LEADERSHIP CHARACTER IN ISLAMIC BOARDING SCHOOL Helmi Muhammad; Niki Puspita Sari
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Introduction/Main Objectives: This research examined the synergy of transformational and servant leadership character, which was suitable for Islamic boarding schools' perspective as an Islamic typology. Background Problems: The study of transformational and servant leadership has only focused on the business sector from a western perspective, which tends to be productivity-oriented. Meanwhile, the spirit of the two leadership characters is on morals and human, which have never been reviewed in empirical studies, especially in the perspective of Islam and in the context of Islamic boarding schools. Novelty: The synergy of transformational and servant leadership formed a new model which was inclusive perspective leadership of Islamic boarding school. Research Methods: This research used single case study approach with an exploratory descriptive design. Data collection was done by in-depth interviews with several informants who were selected purposively and through snowball sampling. The data were analyzed by using interactive models. Finding/Results: The results showed that the conformity of transformational and servant leadership could be implemented in the leadership in Islamic boarding schools. The leader of the Islamic boarding school can be a transformational leader as well as a serving leader. Islamic boarding school as an organization has a mission of change in the context of transformational leadership with modes of serving in the context of servant leadership. The synergy of these characters could potentially be an inclusive leadership model. Conclusion: The two models of leadership must be used simultaneously in leadership in Islamic boarding schools. The resulting combination will manifest the message of the mercy of Islamic leadership.
EXPLORING PREFERRED LEADERSHIP STYLES ACROSS INDUSTRIES: PERSPECTIVES OF FOLLOWERS Kerstin Ganzemiller; Phuong Vo; Andy Bertsch; Mohammad Saeed; James Ondracek; David Pellenwessel; Monica Kea; Elizabeth Nadeau
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Introduction/ Main Objective: This study investigated preferred leadership styles, considered by many to be the most prevalent styles: autocratic, participative, and laissez-faire. We assessed ‘preferred leadership style’ from the perspective of the follower. The study aimed at exploring the variations in the preference for leadership styles across selected industries, namely the food/beverage industry, the retail industry, and the financial industry. Novelty: Leadership styles and perspectives have been investigated from divergent angles; but the preferred leadership styles have not been explored adequately across industries. This study endeavored at filling the gap in literature, and to provide direction to stakeholders, as regards followers’ perspectives.Research Methods: Our convenience sample was a result of a targeted effort to query respondents from three distinct samples: retail, restaurant/drink establishments, and consumer finance institutions (primarily banks). In addition to the preferred leadership from the perspective of the follower, we also collected demographic data including gender and age of the follower, in order to get the critical insights from demographic lenses. Our survey included the leader behavior questions that are borrowed from the LBDQ XII manual provided by Stogdill (1962), and involved an examination of the studies conducted by Van Eeden, et al.(2008) for examples of behaviors attributed to the various leadership styles.Finding/Results: Our results were mixed. In some analyses, our results were reflective of the literature. However, in other analyses, our results differed from the literature. The study evinced tolerance for autocratic leadership, particularly in retailing, much against the pre-conceived notion. Conclusion: The study confirmed the generally- accepted hypothesis that employees from the food/beverage industry, the retail industry, and the financial industry all prefer participative leadership significantly more than autocratic or laissez-faire styles.
THE MODERATING ROLE OF PSYCHOLOGICAL EMPOWERMENT ON THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN BENEVOLENT LEADERSHIP AND WELL-BEING IN THE CONTEXT OF EMPLOYEES WITH DISABILITIES Gugup Kismono; Dwita Safira Pranabella
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Main Objectives: This study aims to evaluate the moderating role of psychological empowerment on the relationship between benevolent leadership and employees’ well-being.Novelty: Since research involving disabled employees is rare, this study adds to the current body of knowledge by confirming the links between benevolent leadership, job satisfaction, and perceived discrimination. It also aims to find out how psychological empowerment influences the relationship between benevolent leadership and job satisfaction, as well as the association between benevolent leadership and perceived discrimination. Research methods: This research involves 85 respondents. They are employees with various disabilities working in different organizations. Moderated regression analysis is employed to analyze the data. Finding/Results: This study found that benevolent leadership significantly affect employees’ well-being: job satisfaction, and perceived discrimination. In addition, as expected, psychological empowerment strengthens the positive impact of benevolent leadership on job satisfaction. On the contrary, psychological empowerment weakens the negative impact of benevolent leadership on perceived discrimination. Conclusion: Based on the conservation of resources theory, resources provided by the organization, in this case is benevolent leadership, perceived by employees with disabilities as a recovery of the loss of resources (disabilities). Recruiting benevolent leaders or developing existing leaders to be more benevolence is important to improve disabilities employees’ well-being.

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