The Influence of Charismatic Leadership and Transformational Leadership on Job Performance in Health Workers during the Covid-19 pandemic with Commitment as a Mediator
Last modified: 2021-06-12
This study aims to determine the effect of charismatic leadership (X) on job performance (Y) for health workers during the COVID-19 pandemic with a commitment as a mediator (M) and generosity as a moderator (W). The approach used for surveys and data analysis in this study uses quantitative methods. During the survey period, there were 367 health workers, consisting of 60 men and 307 women from several cities in Indonesia. Furthermore, data analysis was carried out using the R program language as the primary analysis tool. The results of the data analysis are further divided into two, namely, descriptive analysis (demographics) of respondents and analysis of moderated mediation to find relationships between variables. Demographic analysis shows that the respondents consisted of 307 women and 60 men. The majority of survey respondents were 26 to 30 years old (103 people). The educational background profile of the respondents was dominated by S1 (172 people) and D3 (169 people) graduates, of which 258 of the 367 respondents were married. Ninety percent (359) more of the study respondents worked in private hospitals. The fit indices model test shows that the model is fit with data except for chi-square analysis. The results of path analysis modeling also show an influence from exogenous to endogenous variables through a predetermined path.
Charismatic Leadership; Transformational Leadership; Job Performance, Commitment