The Impact of Competence, Emotional Intelligence and Personality Through Independence on the Village Leaders’ Performance in Mojokerto Regency, Indonesia

Authors

  • Setyaasih
  • Budiyanto
  • Suhermin

Abstract

This study aims to analyze the impact of competence, emotional intelligence and personality on performance directly and also analyzes it through independence as an intervening variable. The research method used explanatory research, that explained the causal relationship between several research variables. The samples of study are 172 village leaders in Mojokerto, Indonesia. The study has 6 hypotheses to examine. Results showed improving the performance of the village head can occur through the competency variable. The improvement in the performance of the village head cannot occur through the emotional intelligence variable. Independence cannot mediate the influence of competence on the performance of the Village Head in Mojokerto Regency. Independence can mediate the influence of emotional intelligence on the performance of the Village Head in Mojokerto Regency. Emotional intelligence has a significant effect on performance through independence. This finding indicates that independence can fully mediate the influence of emotional intelligence on the performance of the Village Head in Mojokerto Regency. Independence can mediate the influence of personality on the performance of the Village Head in Mojokerto Regency.

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Published

2022-12-23