THE IMPACT OF COMPETENCY CERTIFICATION AND LEADERSHIP STYLE ON EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE

Publication Date : 01/01/2017


Author(s) :

IRWAN USMAN, HARISMAUPA.


Volume/Issue :
Volume 2
,
Issue 1
(01 - 2017)



Abstract :

The study is designed to determine and analyze the impact of the relationship between competence and leadership style with the performance of employees in the operation department of Mining Company in the east of Indonesia. This research was conducted at PT Vale Indonesia Tbk, PT Freeport Indonesia and PT Newmont Indonesia as representative of mining companies which apply competency certification in the east of Indonesia. The population in this study is 105 workers. Sampling technique used is purposive sampling. These results indicate that the recognition does not affect the relationship between competence and transformational leadership style on employee’s performance. Employees are more motivated to work optimally to achieve good performance which is supported by superiors that act as a motivator for performance improvements. Therefore it is suggested that the superior always gives recognition in the form of praise or other simple expressions further to encourage his subordinates to work optimally. It is suggested that if the frequency of motivation practice increases there will be better superiors and subordinates relationship.


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