Analysis on the Impact of Leadership to Employee Performance Considering Organizational Culture and Job Satisfaction as Mediators

M. Arief Riyadi, Pantius D. Soeling

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This paper examines organizational culture, leadership, employee performance and job satisfaction at Faculty of Humanities, Universitas Indonesia. During the two periods of the current incumbent dean leadership, there are still many unresolved problems mainly problems related to human resources quality, employee discipline, low performance and others. This situation might occur due to the absence of clear written organizational culture in the Faculty of Humanities. Based on the background above, this paper will discuss how organizational culture and job satisfaction mediate leadership and job performance in order to support the implementation of academic activities at Universitas Indonesia, especially the Faculty of Humanities. The results show that (1) leadership has positive influence on employee performance, organizational culture, and job satisfaction (2) organizational culture has positive influence on employee performance (3) job satisfaction has positive influence on employee performance (4) organizational culture becomes the mediator between leadership and employee performance (5) job satisfaction becomes the mediator between leadership and employee performance.


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