The Role of Motivation as a Moderating Variable on Servant Leadership’s Effect to Private University Performance Lecturers in West Java during The Covid 19 Pandemic

M Rahayu, I S Nusannas, D Mutmainnah

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Abstract

This study aims to find out whether motivation moderating the influence of servant leadership on lecturer performance. The method used is descriptive verification. Data was collected through a questionnaire with random sampling technique. Data were analyzed using Structural Equation Model (SEM) with Amoss and SPSS plug in Process Hayes Version 3.5. The results of the analysis show that motivation has a positive effect on servant leadership, motivation has a positive effect on performance and motivation is proven to moderate the influence of servant leadership on performance. These results can be interpreted that the higher the level of motivation possessed by the lecturers, the stronger the level of servant leadership and the higher the performance of the lecturers and high motivation strengthens the influence of servant leadership on performance. Motivation has a positive influence on improving the performance of lecturers.

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