Construction of Transformational Leadership of Government Officers in Manado City

Micler C.S Lakat, Philotheus E A Tuerah, Harold Lumapou, Jeffrey Lengkong


Research on transformational leadership has been carried out by researchers in various backgrounds and contexts, and scientific fields. Transformational leadership has implications, and an essential role in organizational performance affects employee commitment and improves work climate and varied knowledge. Research has been conducted that aims to construct the transformational leadership of government officials in the city of Manado. This research applies the case study research method. Case understanding in qualitative research can be in the form of individuals and organizations. The point in this study is the government organization of the City of Manado. Thus this research is included in the type of case study called a single case study. The research stages are observation, interview, and documentation. The research data was tested for data validity, namely, testing credibility, transferability, dependability, and confirmability. The results show that the construction of transformational leadership of government officials is multi-dimensional, namely the dimensions of work direction; communicate the vision and mission; trust in the office; develop creativity; motivate; good in the office; optimistic feelings; and instill a sense of pride.

Keywords: construction, transformational leadership, government officials, Manado

DOI: 10.7176/PPAR/12-1-03

Publication date: January 31st 2022


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