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The Leadership Style and Its Influence on Job Satisfaction through the Work Climate (Study at Servant of Tadulako University)

Journal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.11, No. 1)

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Page : 887-894

Keywords : Leadership style; directive; participative; supportive; work climate; job satisfaction;

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Employee job satisfaction is important to get the attention of every leader of the organization. This is because satisfied employees can be expected to produce fast, careful and accurate work. On the other hand, dissatisfied employees often take the form of indiscipline, unwillingness to take initiative and innovate. In the end, the resulting product/service is often not as expected. In this study, leadership style is an independent variable which includes; directive leadership style; participative; supportive. Job satisfaction as the dependent variable and work climate as an intervening variable. This study aims to analyze leadership styles that can increase job satisfaction and verify that work climate variables can mediate these effects. To achieve this goal, this study uses a quantitative approach with Tadulako University employees as respondents who filled out a questionnaire, which was circulated via google form, obtained as many as 71 respondents. The data analysis technique used is Partial Least Square (PLS). The results of this study indicate that the work climate can mediate the influence of leadership style on job satisfaction, and then find a leadership style that has a positive influence on employee job satisfaction through the work climate, namely, participative and supportive leadership styles.

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