Description of Transformational Leadership Style and Professionalism of Lecturers of Private Universities in Indonesia

Authors

  • Ratna Koba Susanti University Of Merdeka Malang, Indonesia
  • Anwar Sanusi University Of Merdeka Malang, Indonesia
  • Harsono University Of Merdeka Malang Indonesia

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.31695/IJASRE.2021.34080

Keywords:

Transformational Leadership Style, Lecturer

Abstract

 Lecturers are one of the essential components of the higher education system in Indonesia. The roles, duties, and responsibilities of lecturers are critical in realizing national education goals, namely educating the nation's life and improving the quality of Indonesian human resources. The quality of human resources in question includes faith/taqwa, noble character, mastery of science, technology, and art, in realizing an advanced, just, prosperous, and civilized Indonesian society. Lecturers are required to be able to show good performance. Lecturer Research Sample The sample size was determined by using the Slovin formula of 150. Based on Table 7, it can be seen that from the distribution of respondents' answers about the leader must be friendly to subordinates, the majority of the answers agreed with as many as 91 respondents (60.7%), although there were 1 (0, 7%) of respondents who said they did not agree. The average score obtained is 4.03, indicating that respondents agree that leaders must always be friendly to subordinates, both lecturers and employees. The distribution of respondents' answers to the leader having good communication with subordinates shows that most of the respondents agree as many as 88 respondents (58.7%), although two respondents (1.3%) disagree. The average score of 4.03 shows that respondents agree with leaders who have good communication with subordinates. The results showed that the transformational leadership style was formed from idealized influence: inspirational motivation, intellectual stimulation, and individual consideration. The most significant contribution to the formation of a transformational leadership style is idealized influence, which is reflected in the leader must have extensive knowledge. Professionalism formed from Pedagogic Competence.

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Published

2021-09-15

How to Cite

Ratna Koba Susanti, Anwar Sanusi, & Harsono. (2021). Description of Transformational Leadership Style and Professionalism of Lecturers of Private Universities in Indonesia. International Journal of Advances in Scientific Research and Engineering (IJASRE), ISSN:2454-8006, 7(9), 86–94. https://doi.org/10.31695/IJASRE.2021.34080