ORGANIZATIONAL COMMUNICATION CLIMATE OF WOMEN LEADERS IN MOTIVATING EMPLOYEE WORK IN THE DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF HOUSING PROVISION OF MINISTRY OF PUBLIC WORKS AND PEOPLE’S HOUSING

  • Ernawati Sinaga
  • Dwi Indah Kartika
  • Ivo Fredda Martastuty

Abstract

Communication climate is of paramount importance in an organization as it contributes to the effectiveness and success of an organization. The current study was conducted on women leaders in the Directorate General of Housing Provision of the Ministry of Public Works and People's Housing. The research was conducted in order to answer the question: How is communication done by woman leader so that the communication climate is created in Directorate of Housing Provision of Ministry of Public Works and People's Housing in realizing employee work motivation. This research used qualitative methodology and the data obtained through in-depth interview and field observation. The number of informants in this research was 3 people, consists of 2 women leaders who had very important and active role and 1-woman employee. As a foothold in this study we used theories and concepts that are relevant and expected to help the development of the conclusion. The theory of motivation with the concept of gender was used as the foundation. The results of the study indicate that women leaders should be more persuasive to their employees, in order to be able to provide and receive information and work with employees to complete their job. It is expected that result of  this study can be useful to provide inputs from the theoretical aspects of women's leadership in a government organization and provide an overview of the things that hinder and support employee development process as a form of effort to improve the motivation of human resources as a whole.

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Published
2018-02-28
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