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Journal: International Journal of Management (IJM) (Vol.10, No. 6)

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Page : 338-345

Keywords : consultation style; participation; indigenous peoples; sustainable forest Management;

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Minister of LHK Decree No. 327/Menlhk/Setjen/PLA.2/4/2016 Concerning Changes in Functions of Some Forest Areas of the Mount Halimun-Salak National Park (MHSNP), which was initially 113,357 hectares wide, now only 87,699 hectares. Around that area, 100,000 people depend on their livelihoods on land in the MHSNP forest area. Therefore, the purpose of this study is to compare formal and informal leadership with the perspective of situational leadership in forest management with descriptive qualitative research methods. The research sample informal leadership is MHSNP using the technique Disproportionate Stratified Random Sampling, and the results obtained are 32 respondents, and for informal leadership, Kasepuhan uses the technique Cluster Sampling with a sample size of 120 respondents. Data collection techniques through observation, questionnaires, interviews, and literature studies. Then the data is analyzed with descriptive data analysis techniques. The results showed that both the Head of the MHSNP Office and the Indigenous Head applied situational leadership dominated by a style of consultation with a value of 2.10 (MHSNP) and 2.66 (Kasepuhan), where the head of the hall and the customary head in leading showed a lot of directing behavior and many gave support, want to consult decisions and policies taken and want to receive opinions from employees, but must continue to oversee employees in completing the tasks of employees, in making decisions remain on the leader and communication is done both ways between the leader and subordinates. However, the leadership of the Customary Head has gradually entered the Situational Leadership with Participatory Style.

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