Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Current Issues in Education (ICCIE 2018)

The Effect of the Success Perception, Leaders’ Traits, and the Use of Power on the Vocational High School Leaders’ Behavior in Kebumen Regency

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Rokhmaniyah Rokhmaniyah, Rokhmaniyah
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Rokhmaniyah Rokhmaniyah
Available Online June 2019.
DOI
https://doi.org/10.2991/iccie-18.2019.80How to use a DOI?
Keywords
perception of success, leader’ traits, the use of power, leader’ behavior.
Abstract
This article describes the results of causal research that aims to obtain information related to the influence of successful perceptions, the leader’ traits, and the use of power on the behavior of Vocational High School (VHS) leaders. This study uses a quantitative approach. The sample of the study consisted of 181 teachers randomly selected and the data were collected by a questionnaire and analyzed using path analysis after all variables were incorporated into the correlation matrix. The research findings show that the behavior of VHS leaders is somewhat directly influenced by the perceptions of success, their traits, and the use of power. Based on these findings, it can be concluded that any change or variation that occurs in the behavior of VHS leaders may be directly influenced by the perception of success, leader’ traits, and the use of power. Therefore, in improving the behavior of school leaders, success perception, leadership traits, and use of power should be applied in VHSs, especially in Kebumen Regency. However, other variables need to be taken into account by the behavior of the next leaders.
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