Culture-Based Situational Leadership Model in Improving the Organization Nurse Performance

Heryyanoor Heryyanoor, Nursalam Nursalam, Abdul Aziz Alimul Hidayat, Taufik Hidayat, Raziansyah Raziansyah, Zubaidah Zubaidah, Iis Pusparina

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The decline in the performance of nurses has created problems in hospitals, especially the I quality of health services. This study was aimed to develop a situational leadership model based on I organizational culture in improving nurse performance. This was an explanatory research design with a sample of 135 nurses selected using cluster I sampling. Variables include internal leader factor, nurse factor, job characteristic, organizational I culture, situational leadership, and performance. The data collection used a closed questionnaire I which was tested for validity and reliability. Analysis used partial least squares. Focus group I discussions were conducted with the nurse, ward head, and head of nursing to identify strategic I issues and make recommendations. This study showed that the internal factors of the leader and individual nursing factors had an I effect on organizational culture, situational leadership and performance. Organizational culture I influences situational leadership and performance. The organizational culture-based situational I leadership model increased the performance of nurses by 53.4%. Situational leadership model based on organizational culture style participatory and consultation I improved the performance of nurses through the internal factors of the leader and the factors that I nurses must apply as nursing manager.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1251-1259
Number of pages9
JournalJournal of International Dental and Medical Research
Issue number3
Publication statusPublished - 2021


  • Culture
  • Job
  • Leader
  • Nurse
  • Performance


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