The Performance of Islamic Banks in Terms of Transformational Leadership Style and Work Motivation as a Moderating Variable
The purpose of this study is to study and analyze the impact of transformational leadership style on the performance of Islamic banks, using job motivation as an intermediate variable. Achieving the goals of Islamic banking organizations and individuals and unit members at the same time is a top priority for leaders. The leader can influence his followers, and their executors need to execute orders without using coercive means. In this way, subordinates can voluntarily follow the requirements of the organization and perform their duties by recommending leaders. Transformational leaders are not only aware of the needs of their subordinates, but they are also trying to increase the needs of lower levels to those of existing levels. The sample for this study was an Islamic Bank employee on South Sulawesi. The significance of the repeated measures t test for analyzing the data was determined by p <0.05. The results show that transformational leadership styles have a significant impact on job motivation. Transformational leadership styles have no significant impact on the performance of Islamic banks. There was no significant impact on the motivation of Islamic Banks.
Dr. B. L. Muchran
Faculty of Economics, Muhammadiyah University of Makassar, Makassar, Indonesia.
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