The Effect of Woman Leadership Style and Organizational Culture on Locus of Control, Work Achievement, and Work Satisfaction of Employee

Andi Niniek Fariaty Lantara, Murdifing Haming, Abdul Rahman Mus, Roslina Alam

Abstract


Research begins from May to August of 2011 at The Governor Office of South Sulawesi Province. The objective of research is to understand and to analyze the direct and indirect effect of woman leadership style and organizational culture on locus of control, work achievement, and work satisfaction of employee. Research type is explanatory with survey method. The respondent is the work unit under the leadership of woman. Sampling technique is minimized sample method which results in 135 respondents. Data analysis method is Structure Equation Modeling (SEM). Result of analysis indicates that women leadership style is having positive and significant effect on locus of control, work achievement, and work satisfaction of employee.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5296/jpag.v2i4.2664

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