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The Impact of Democratic Leadership and Work Environment on Employee Productivity in the Regional Secretariat of the Economy Bureau Central Sulawesi

The purpose of this study was to identify and analyse the effect of democratic leadership and work environment on employee performance at the Economic Bureau of Central Sulawesi. This type of research uses verification research, and the data sources used are qualitative and quantitative data sources that can be tested and analysed as a source of information in this study. The data collection used in this research is primary data sourced directly from questionnaires or questionnaires that can be tested to answer hypotheses that have been built in the research conceptual framework. The analysis method used is multiple linear regression using SPSS for Windows. Based on the results of the study, it can be concluded that both democratic leadership and work environment have a positive and significant effect on employee performance at the Economic Bureau of the Regional Secretariat of Central Sulawesi. The magnitude of the influence of democratic leadership and the field of activities on the performance of employees of the Economic Bureau of the Regional Secretariat of Central Sulawesi Province is 38.6%. This finding reveals that democratic leadership is a style that a leader has by showing a sense of concern, and sensitivity by involving employees in the decision-making process that is relevant to the work environment, therefore it can create a harmonious work environment and a high sense of togetherness in completing their responsibilities, as well as employees feel that their opinions and views are valued, which in turn can increase employee involvement and motivation to further improve better performance. Therefore, it is important for leaders to have the flexibility and ability to choose the approach that best suits a particular situation in their work environment. While the remaining 61.4% is explained by other variables that are not included in the regression model of this study.

Democratic Leadership, Work Environment, Employee Productivity

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Nur Hilal, Hariyanto Ramli Djatola, Widi Dewi Puspitasari. (2023). The Impact of Democratic Leadership and Work Environment on Employee Productivity in the Regional Secretariat of the Economy Bureau Central Sulawesi. American Journal of Management Science and Engineering, 8(5), 98-102. https://doi.org/10.11648/j.ajmse.20230805.11

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Nur Hilal; Hariyanto Ramli Djatola; Widi Dewi Puspitasari. The Impact of Democratic Leadership and Work Environment on Employee Productivity in the Regional Secretariat of the Economy Bureau Central Sulawesi. Am. J. Manag. Sci. Eng. 2023, 8(5), 98-102. doi: 10.11648/j.ajmse.20230805.11

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Nur Hilal, Hariyanto Ramli Djatola, Widi Dewi Puspitasari. The Impact of Democratic Leadership and Work Environment on Employee Productivity in the Regional Secretariat of the Economy Bureau Central Sulawesi. Am J Manag Sci Eng. 2023;8(5):98-102. doi: 10.11648/j.ajmse.20230805.11

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