The Role of Islamic Boarding School Caregivers in Indonesia in Internalizing the Value of Islamic Leadership

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  • Dakir
  • Mohammad Zaini
  • Ali Nasith
  • Asnawan

Abstract

Islamic boarding school is known as the oldest Islamic educational institution in Indonesia which has an important contribution in educating the nation. This study aims to examine the effect of Islamic leadership, coaching systems, and organizational climate on the work effectiveness of boarding school caregivers. This exploratory research uses an inferential quantitative approach. The subjects of this study were 80 caregivers of the modern Baitul Arqom boarding school in Jember, Indonesia consisting of male caregivers. The selection of subjects used a stratified random sampling technique where samples were taken with a certain level. Data collection was carried out using a questionnaire instrument. The data analysis technique used path analysis to determine the correlation using the SPSS statistical program. The findings of this study indicate that increasing Islamic leadership can increase the effectiveness of caregivers' work. Improvement of the coaching system can increase the effectiveness of caregivers' work. Improved organizational climate can increase the effectiveness of caregivers' work. Increasing Islamic leadership can improve organizational climate. Improvement of the coaching system can improve the organizational climate. Islamic leadership can improve the coaching system. This finding means that the effectiveness of the work of Islamic boarding school caregivers can be influenced by Islamic leadership, coaching systems, and a good organizational climate.

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2024-02-02

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Dakir, Zaini, M. ., Nasith, A. ., & Asnawan. (2024). The Role of Islamic Boarding School Caregivers in Indonesia in Internalizing the Value of Islamic Leadership . Migration Letters, 21(4), 145–162. Retrieved from https://migrationletters.com/index.php/ml/article/view/7218

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