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Journal of Leadership in Organizations
ISSN : 26568829     EISSN : 26568810     DOI :
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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The Performance of Workers by Utilizing Self-Leadership in Health Sector: A Review Mohammad Jamil Rizwan; Gancar Candra Premananto; Shah Faisal; Nauroz Khan
Journal of Leadership in Organizations Vol 5, No 1 (2023): Journal of Leadership in Organizations
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/jlo.73365


Introduction/Main Objectives: Leadership within an organization implies that has positive outcomes on work engagement, optimism, trust, commitment, satisfaction, creativity, and innovation. Every person can move the soul of leadership on themselves self which is called self-leadership. Background Problems: Self-leadership is defined as the process of determining oneself to establish the self-direction and self-motivation to perform. Additionally, self-leadership is designed to influence the positive outcomes of individuals. Novelty: The main focus of this paper is to access self-leadership and its possible impacts on workers or health professions in healthcare facilities. Workers in hospital and other healthcare organizations may show different behavior which can affect their performance. Research Methods: The current study is a descriptive qualitative study that explores the prior studies associated with self-leadership, human behavior, human resources, and performance. At first, relevant studies were collected related to self-leadership and the possible impacts of self-leadership. After that, the authors sum up the relevant studies and discuss the theory of self-leadership and how it can be used in a healthcare organization and hospital. The next step is revealing the author's views regarding the consequences of self-leadership in hospital and healthcare organizations. Finding/Results: As a result, self-leadership is an essential competency for appropriate behavior and improving individual performance.
Women Participation in Leadership Positions in Mtubatuba Local Municipality, South Africa Nokuthula Ntuli; Nokukhanya N Jili; Mzwandile R Xaba
Journal of Leadership in Organizations Vol 5, No 1 (2023): Journal of Leadership in Organizations
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/jlo.74881


Introduction/Main Objectives: The article aimed to explore the nature, level and extent of women participation in administrative and political leadership in the Mtubatuba Local Municipality (MLM). It adopted the socialist feminism theory as its framework. Research Methods: Qualitative research methods was used in which data were collected using semi-structured interviews from eight women working in the Mtubatuba Local Municipality's political and administrative structures selected using purposive sampling methods. Thematic analysis was employed to analyze data received from participants. Novelty: The researchers found that women's leadership in both the administrative and political realms of the MLM was a struggle that demanded endurance against various harsh forces mainly stemming from culture and patriarchy. Finding/Results: The article concluded that the excessive prevalence of gender inequality and male dominance in leadership was worsened by the fact that the few women in management and leadership were not seriously considered in decision-making. This was regardless of the existence of many national and local level policies and strategies aimed at elevating women into leadership with the agenda of attaining gender equality. Conclusion: Political organizations in the Municipality failed to mobilize support for the policies that promote of advancement of women.
Leadership traits as the basis for effective interaction between the leader and the team Nataliia Aliekperova; Adyl Aliekperov
Journal of Leadership in Organizations Vol 5, No 1 (2023): Journal of Leadership in Organizations
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/jlo.75402


Introduction/Main Objectives: The study proposed is written based on the results of quantitative research and the analysis of the theory and practice of leadership. The study's main objective is to determine the essential traits of a leader for effective interaction with team members. Background Problems: Most research on this topic chose a leader's traits based on analyzing literary sources rather than on empirical research. Novelty: The traits for the most effective collaboration between leader and team members were chosen by potential and actual members of the leader's team, namely students and teachers of the University. Research Methods: We conducted a questionnaire survey of 103 teachers and 421 Bogomolets National Medical University (Kyiv) students. The statistical analysis was carried out using Wald Test. Finding/Results: The research confirmed that both respondent categories admitted the importance of all leadership traits. At the same time, such traits as passion, effectiveness, self-confidence, determination, and ability to take risks appeared to be more significant for the students than for the teachers. The teachers ranked such a trait as decency higher than the students did. Also, such issues as the importance of organizational culture, ethical aspects of leadership, and the most effective leadership style for productive interaction with team members were examined. Conclusion:  This study proposed complex recommendations for creating the most productive model of the interaction between the leader and team members based on the data obtained.
The Mask of Leadership: Reflection on Art-Based Learning for Preservice Teachers Zuhkhriyan Zakaria; Arief Ardiansyah; Wathanan Srinin; Citra Kurniawan; Robby Hidajat
Journal of Leadership in Organizations Vol 5, No 1 (2023): Journal of Leadership in Organizations
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/jlo.75522


Introduction/Main Objectives: Leadership and educators face numerous personal and professional challenges. The challenge for prospective teachers is to prepare themselves to be leaders in the classroom, but they still do not understand the true meaning of reflecting leadership. Background Problems: How do teacher candidates reflect on leadership? Novelty: This study seeks to find new ways to increase their understanding of their leadership. This hands-on learning approach is based on an online masking workshop that examines leadership styles and behaviors, reflection, and hidden agendas. Nineteen prospective elementary school teachers from Indonesia participated in the study. Research Methods: This study argues that this is a research descriptive qualitative study in which the researcher uses a mask maker to capture the expressions of prospective elementary school teachers. Finding/Results: The results of the workshops are fun and exciting. These activities encourage creative and lateral thinking, foster self-awareness, and can provide access to information beyond the goal through the expressive metaphor of the mask. Visual, emotional, and aesthetic development, when combined with non-directive professional dialogue, can result in more effective, authentic, and thus ethical and dynamic leadership. Conclusion: Participants indicated that exploring experiences through art-based methods is a rewarding process, as is creating work, taking a logical approach to reflective practice, and engaging in fruitful self-exploration. 
Model Leadership Style Governor Kepulauan Riau Province During Covid-19 Pandemic in Indonesia Fitri Kurnianingsih; Lamidi Lamidi; Oksep Adhayanto; Mahadiansar Mahadiansar; Rio Yusri Maulana
Journal of Leadership in Organizations Vol 5, No 1 (2023): Journal of Leadership in Organizations
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/jlo.76411


Introduction/Main Objectives: Model The leadership style of regional heads during the COVID-19 pandemic requires a compelling lead character because to deal with the problems felt by each region, and it must be different so that public responses and criticisms must be carried out quickly and accurately has a priority scale for work effectiveness. Novelty: This study analyzes the leadership style of the regional head in Indonesia, namely the Governor, by taking a case study in the Riau Islands Province (Kepri) during the COVID pandemics. Research Method: The research method used is qualitative with relevant secondary data. Finding/Results: The results of data analysis with software NVivo 12, so that obtained are easy to explain descriptively by analyzing the theory and concept triangulation approach. Conclusion: The results show that the determination of Secondary Data Coding is more on the leadership of Ansar Ahmad in the COVID-19 pandemic as Governor Kepri. In addition, researchers also found that Ansar Ahmad’s leadership style as Governor Kepri greatly influenced the characteristics of leadership style and influential leadership style, which tested with the Jaccard Cluster approach on the strong relationship between communication, awareness, and integrity in carrying out the vision and mission as regional head during a COVID-19 in Kepri Province.

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