The Effect Of Situational Leadership and Motivation on Employee Performance

  • Budi Santoso, Nani Imaniyati, Achmad Hufad, Abdul Rahmat


The issue of the low performance of employees in State-Owned Enterprises (SOEs) requires the government to immediately conduct an "overhaul" in various aspects, which are needed in the management of the work system in order to get employees who really need professional management. One that helped him was with the Situational Leadership Style. This paper is the result of research (case study) at PT. Train Bandung Headquarters which examines how Situational leadership style and motivation contribute to employees. Situational leadership in general has been applied in the environment of PT. Kereta Api (Persero) Bandung Central Office, this can be seen from the respondents' assessment of various indicators of situational leadership, namely the relationship of leaders with subordinates that are well established, the task structure that has been carried out firmly and clearly, the strength of the position of such a good leader. Work motivation for employees in general tends to have increased, especially if it is associated with the support of the work environment for employees to excel, the conditions of mutual respect among employees, as well as the opportunity for employees by the company to develop themselves.