Model Kepemimpinan Autentik pada Sekolah Berbasis Agama Katolik
Keywords:kepemimpinan autentik, self knowledge, self consistency, psychological capital
AbstractAuthentic leadership research related to antecedents and consequences is still limited,
especially with regard to antecedents and consequences. Several studies show that
the role of psychological capital, self knowledge and self consistency has not been consistent.
Likewise, related to organizational commitment as a consequence of authentic leadership.
This study aims to examine the antecedent model and consequences
of authentic leadership in Catholicism-based schools. Authentic leadership antecedent test
involves those consisting of self knowledge, self consistency and psychological capital
as antecedents to authentic leadership. Consequence testing involves organizational commitment.
The results show that psychological capital has a greater correlation than self consistency
and self knowledge. The implications of antecedent roles for authentic leadership
and affective commitment need to be considered in the development of authentic leadership.
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