The Influence of Leadership, Professional Attitude, and Trust on the Performance of Navy Officers
Bambang Wiratama1, Elisabeth Tanti Pudiastuti2
1Bambang Wiratama*, Jakarta State University, UNJ Jakarta Indonesia.
2Elisabeth Tanti Pudiastuti, Jakarta State University, UNJ Jakarta Indonesia.
Manuscript received on November 13, 2019. | Revised Manuscript received on 24 November, 2019. | Manuscript published on December 10, 2019. | PP: 509-517 | Volume-9 Issue-2, December 2019. | Retrieval Number: B6483129219/2019©BEIESP | DOI: 10.35940/ijitee.B6483.129219
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Abstract: The performance of Navy personnel is urgently needed to drive the performance of the organization and in the context of increasing productivity and work ethics in the Navy’s organization. At present, it is indicated that there has been a decline in performance among Navy personnel. As for several aspects that can affect the performance of Navy personnel, including the Leadership Style, Professional Attitude and Trust of subordinates. This study aims to significantly analyze how the interaction and influence between four variables consisting of: the direct influence of the Aspects of Leadership Style (X1) on the Performance of Navy Officers (Y), the direct influence of the Professional Attitude Aspect (X2) on the Performance of TNI AL Officers (Y), the direct influence of the Trust Aspect (X3) on the Performance of Navy Officers (Y), the direct influence of the Leadership Style Aspect (X1) on the Trust Aspect (X3), and the direct effect of the Attitude Attitude Aspect (X2) on the Trust Aspect (X3) and including analyzing how the relationship of indirect influence on these aspects. This study uses survey methods and hypothesis testing using the Correlation and Path Analysis Technique in the Constellation model between variables, to get a direct relationship between variables and by using the Sobel technique to determine the indirect relationship between variables. Furthermore, validation and reliability tests are also carried out to strengthen the research results. In the end the results showed that there was a strong direct relationship between the 4 aspects of the variable, with the correlation coefficient and path: (ρy1 = 0.409; ry1 = 0.731), (ρy2 = 0.233; ry2 = 0.591), (ρy3 = 0.288; ry3 = 0.695), (ρ31 = 0.600; r31 = 0.704), (ρ 32 = 0.203; r32 = 0.512).
Keywords: Leadership Style, Professional Attitude, Trust, Performance of Navy Officers
Scope of the Article: Performance Evaluation of Networks