Characteristics of Servant Leadership in Islamic Educational Institutions

Purwaningtyas, Endah Kurniawati, Arifin, Zainul, Aghniacakti, Ainindita and Hawabi, Agus Iqbal ORCID: (2023) Characteristics of Servant Leadership in Islamic Educational Institutions. Atlantis Press. pp. 286-292. ISSN 2352-5398

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This research aimed to identify leadership concepts in Islamic educa- tional institutions, examine indicators or characteristics covering servant leader- ship, and find the most dominant indicator in building servant leadership in Islamic educational institutions. This research was conducted in two interrelated steps. The first step is the conceptualization and construction process of servant leadership. In this step, the researchers used a qualitative approach and phenomenological method. The second step analysis is based on the results obtained from the first step. In this step, the researchers used a quantitative approach by testing the servant leadership scale and analyzing the servant leadership scale factor. The technique of data sampling was accidental sampling with the total of research subjects in FGD of 25 principals of Madrasah consisting of 15 principals of MTS and 10 principals of MA. In the next step, about 83 teachers from the educational institution were exerted in this research analysis. This research result was referred to put in detail, and the groups agreed in FGD that servant leadership was an effective leadership that could be implemented in Madrasah. Moreover, some indicators that indicated the highest response from the respondents were the implementation of decision and responsibility (5,12), communication (4,30), and transparency (4,60). This finding pointed out that to improve servant leadership, the leader must implement the decision consistently and be responsible, communicate with subordinates, and be transparent in performing the leadership.

Item Type: Journal Article
Keywords: Teacher Performance · Servant leadership · Educational Institutions
Subjects: 17 PSYCHOLOGY AND COGNITIVE SCIENCES > 1701 Psychology > 170107 Industrial and Organisational Psychology
Divisions: Faculty of Psychology > Department of Psychology
Depositing User: Endah Kurniawati PurwaningTyas
Date Deposited: 04 Jun 2024 13:38


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