Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : leadership


Police Personnel’s Perception about Causes for Occupational Stress

Dr.M. Shunmugasundaram; L Frackson C Viyano; Dr.G. JohnslinSujitha; T. Radha

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 2, Pages 1041-1052

This paper states that police personnel 'views on the causes of job stress such as content structure (objectives and objectives), structure (size, level of centralization), structural processes (leadership, decision-making, etc.), type of work (shifts, etc.) environment (employee safety). , rewards etc.) Symbolize the magnitude of the climate. This research can be descriptive and reveal existing facts. The report is about police officers anywhere in the Tuticorin region, south of Tamilnadu. The study focused on 52 police stations divided into eight sections and 600 samples collected in three completely different categories of police officers. Police pressure collection (PSI) is usually live on the amount of job stress. An acceptable mathematical tool was used for data analysis. As a result, most police officers work very closely together. Female police officers face higher pressure compared to male police officers. This study concludes most constables are under moderate stress level and the results show significant differences between the state of job creation (objectives and objectives), composition (size, level of centralization), structural processes (leadership leadership, determination etc.), staff nature (shifts, etc.) and the environment (employee safety, salaries, etc.)

SCHOOL LEADERSHIP TO IMPROVE THE EDUCATION QUALITY OF MADRASAH (A Case Study at State Madrasah Tsanawiyah Sragen Indonesia)

Dariyanto .; Mudofir .; Fitri Wulandari

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 411-419

The purpose of this research is to describe the leadership role of madrasah head master, the results of the leadership role of the head of madrasah, and the supporting and inhibiting factors of school leadership in improving the education quality of madrasah. This research is a qualitative research. The subjects of this study were head of madrassa, vice principals, and teachers. The research was conducted at MTs Negeri Sragen Indonesia. The data collection methods used interview techniques, observation and documentation. The results showed that: (1) The leadership role of the head of MTs Negeri Sragen as a central element has been optimal as a determinant of school success so that the principal has sufficient time to monitor the madrassa activities; (2) The results of improving the quality of madrasah education are in the form of the quality of facilities and infrastructure such as laboratory and library, the students’ achievement in reciting Al-Quran and reading of the yellow book, the construction of new classroom buildings, improving the administrative skills of teachers' learning; (3) The supporting factors come from internal and external in form of a democratic madrasah principal type, the solidarity and the unity of madrasah citizens, motivation and morale of teachers, the good support from parents, the hallmark of local wisdom as the hallmark of madrasah. The obstacle factors were related to the limited physical facilities, learning media, library books, information technology, and laboratories, several policies from the madrasah principal that bind and limit schools to innovation, the limited funding sources and a lack of professionalism and discipline of teachers

Effects of Nursing Leadership and Work Environment Management

Sapan Debika; R SreeRaja Kumar; Rekha Kumari

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 6, Pages 978-987

While healthcare experiences an economic slowdown, demanding job conditions, imminent leadership retirements and expected staff vacancies are critical, initiatives are being introduced to maintain efficient leadership and optimum patient results. However, there is still a gap in whatever is known about the relationship among nursing leadership and outcomes of the patient. Published study papers in English only which analysed nurses' leadership activities in formal leadership roles and patient results were chosen from 5 online bibliographic databases. For all including research, qualitative analyses, data retrieval and interpretation were performed. A total of 15 research met and maintained our inclusion requirements. Present research supports associations between optimistic forms of collaborative leadership and improved patient interaction and reduced patient mortality, drug failures, lack of restriction and hospital-acquired infection. The results record proof of a favourable association between relational leadership and a range of outcomes for patients, while prospective research of leadership models that explore processes of effect on outcomes is warranted. Efforts by organisations and people to build expertise in change and partnerships improve corporate approaches for optimizing patient care. The goal was to explain the results of a longitudinal research analysis investigating the connection between the activities of nursing leadership and the experiences of patients.

The Influence of Leadership on Human Resource Empowerment and Job Satisfaction in Improving Employee Performance

Cici Ita Ristianty; Nurwati .; nasrul .; Laode Bahana Adam

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 1, Pages 3844-3852

The effect of leadership on empowering human resources, (2). The influence of leadership on employee satisfaction, (3). The effect of empowering human resources on satisfaction, (4). Influence of satisfaction on employee performance, (5). The influence of leadership on employee satisfaction through empowering human resources. The population in this study was Konawe Regency Government Employees with the characteristicsof Civil Servants (PNS) in all OPDs within the Konawes Regency Government as many as 6,196 people. The sampling technique is stratified random sampling with a sample of 152 people. Data analysis technique to answer the problem in this research hypothesis is a quantitative analysis that is supported by Qualitative through two stages, namely statistical descriptive analysis and Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) analysis. The results showed that the relationship between leadership and human resource empowerment in this study was directly proportional; leadership had a positive and significant effect on employee satisfaction while Human Resources empowerment had a positive but not significant effect on job satisfaction. Job satisfaction has a positive and significant effect on employee performance has a positive but not significant effect on job satisfaction. Furthermore the empowerment variable does not significantly mediate the relationship between the leadership variable and job satisfaction variable