Leaders' Change Promoting Behaviors, Leader Charisma, And Commitment to Change as the Antecedent of Employee Performance
Ferdic Sukma Wahyudin, Anis Eliyana, Agung Dharmawan Buchdadi, Wahyu Saputro
The existence of a strategic change in a company or agency is not always acceptable to all employees, no matter how important the goals of the change are. Performance improvement is an indicator of change that is acceptable to companies and related agencies. Improving employee performance is one way for employees to succeed in realizing the vision and mission of the organization when a company or agency strategy changes. Although many factors will affect employee performance during change, it is necessary to foster employee readiness from the start from the leadership and company agencies in conveying the goals of change. Because leadership has been recognized as critical to the success of change because it can develop a strategy, vision, and culture of change and inspire employees to participate in change. For this reason, leaders change promoting behaviors who are connected through charismatics and commitment to change as variables that affect employee performance are important to examine in this study. This study uses a quantitative approach using a questionnaire and the Partial Least Square (PLS) method which is part of SEM. Respondents of this study were 42 civil servants of the Public Relations and Protocol Bureau of the Regional Secretariat of East Java Province.