A Qualitative Study of Transformational Leadership and Organization Success

Jannah, Dewi and Latip, Latip and Yusa, Ahmad Tarmizi and Afrizal, Teuku and Saputra, Jumadil and Bon, Abdul Talib (2021) A Qualitative Study of Transformational Leadership and Organization Success. In: 11th Annual International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Operations Management, March 7-11.

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Abstract

A leader is one of the most critical elements that will never disappear from human social life. Leaders arise because of the differences in heterogeneous human life, which then need to be unified, harmonized, and directed so that these differences do not create conflict. Leaders are there for that. He is like the "chosen one" because all parties with different opinions agree to mediate him. Therefore, most of the true leaders we know are people who have advantages over most humans. It is very natural and rightfully, so because there is no way he will be a leader if he does not have things that make other people give in. To become a leader, anyone can. However, finding a qualified leader is difficult. Leadership must bring good influence and produce good things, not vice versa; leadership brings terrible influence and destructive impact for subordinates and the organization. Transformational leadership's importance is to empower followers to perform effectively by building their commitment to new values, developing their skills and beliefs, and creating a climate conducive to innovation and creativity. Transformational leaders motivate their subordinates to perform above and beyond their duty call. The essence of transformational leadership is the sharing of power by involving subordinates together to make changes. Leadership is one of the most decisive factors in the development and progress of an organization. Because leaders are needed to determine goals according to the organization's vision and mission, allocate resources, motivate human resources to be more competent coordinate change, and build intense empowerment with subordinates to determine the right and best direction. In achieving organizational goals, a leader will not succeed without subordinates. Conversely, subordinates will also not carry out their duties without movement and direction from a leader. For this reason, organizational success must be seen as the result of comprehensive teamwork as a mutual success (successful group effort).

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Uncontrolled Keywords: Organisation Success, leadership, and transformational leadership model
Subjects: H Social Sciences > H Social Sciences (General)
Divisions: > Administrasi Publik
> Administrasi Publik
Depositing User: Mia
Date Deposited: 07 Apr 2022 09:17
Last Modified: 10 Oct 2022 09:59
URI: http://repository.uir.ac.id/id/eprint/10055

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