Islamic Elementary Schools and Islamic Value Leadership Power in Malang Indonesia

  • Triyo Supriyatno, Zaharahbinti Hussin, Ahmad Barizi,


Islamic principles practice various leadership styles, ranging from trait to transformational leadership styles. The shifts from one style to another have demonstrated some weaknesses of each style and led to the societal rejection of certain styles in response to environmental changes. This study aimed at introducing an Islamic value leadership power (IVLP) style involves four leaders at four elementary schools Malang. Data were collected using interview, observation, and documentation. Data were analyzed using qualitative analyze descriptive. The results show that there is significant difference in AL practices according to understanding, appreciation, and experience. However, there exists significant relationship between IVLP and principal’s working experience. For the principal’s leadership practice priority, the research has found that community development is the most commonly practiced IVLP dimension by the principals. It is followed by the demonstration of fairness, sincerity, respect and serving others dimension. The major implication is that experienced principals frequently practiced IVLP compared to less experienced principals. Hence, the selection of principals should be based their achievement, not seniority in the education service.