The influence of servant leadership on job satisfaction with individual character as a moderating variable

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This study aims to investigate the influence of servant leadership on job satisfaction with individual character as a moderating variable. It used a quantitative approach with multiple linear regression analysis. The population of this study were employees of the Central Sulawesi province industry and trade office. It involved 72 samples selected using a purposive sampling technique. The results showed that servant leadership significantly influence job satisfaction with a value of 82.5%. The most significant factor affecting job satisfaction is wisdom (correlation coefficient = 0.863) in which the higher the wisdom, the higher the job satisfaction. The next factor is persuasive mapping in which the higher the persuasive mapping, the higher the job satisfaction (correlation coefficient = 0.697). Then, it was followed by altruistic calling with the correlation coefficient value of 0.524 in which the higher the altruistic calling, the higher the job satisfaction. The last is emotional healing with a correlation coefficient value of 0.291 in which the higher the emotional healing, the higher the job satisfaction. On the other hand, organizational stewardship is the only factor does not influence the job satisfaction (correlation coefficient = 0.009).

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    • Figure 1. Research conceptual framework
    • Table 1. Kolmogorov-Smirnov test results
    • Table 2. Descriptive statistics of research variables
    • Table 3. Simple sample T-test results
    • Table 4. Pearson correlation coefficient results
    • Table 5. Statistics of multiple regression of job satisfaction
    • Table 6. Variance of multiple regression of job satisfaction
    • Table 7. Statistics related to retained independent variables in the regression model
    • Table 8. ANOVA test results
    • Conceptualization
      Bakri Hasanuddin
    • Data curation
      Bakri Hasanuddin
    • Formal Analysis
      Bakri Hasanuddin
    • Funding acquisition
      Bakri Hasanuddin
    • Project administration
      Bakri Hasanuddin, Mustainah M
    • Writing – original draft
      Bakri Hasanuddin
    • Investigation
      Mustainah M
    • Methodology
      Mustainah M
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      Mustainah M, Pricylia Chintya Dewi Buntuang
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      Pricylia Chintya Dewi Buntuang
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