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VOLUME 04 ISSUE 09 SEPTEMBER 2021

The Influence of Leadership Styles and Work Motivation on Employees Performance of Islamic Banks
1Sofyan Bachmid,2 Ermawati Ermawati
1,2Faculty of Islamic Economic and Business, Universitas Islam Negeri (UIN) Datokarama Palu
DOI : https://doi.org/10.47191/ijmra/v4-i9-08

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ABSTRACT:

This paper aims to determine the influence of leadership style and work motivation on employee performance at Bank Mandiri Syariah Palu Indonesia. This study employed a quantitative study, and the data were collected through a survey. There were 48 samples in this study. We used the saturation sampling technique to determine the samples because all populations were recruited for the samples. The data were analyzed using multiple linear regression analysis. The results show that leadership style and work motivation simultaneously affect employee performance at the Bank Mandiri Syariah Palu Indonesia. Among those variables, leadership style has a more significant effect on employee performance. In contrast, work motivation has less influence on employees' work performance, but it still plays a role in the employees' work performance. Our study contributes to better strategy in managing leadership and works motivation to enhance employees' work performances within Islamic banking industries.

Keywords

leadership style, work motivation, employee’s performances, Islamic banks

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