Original Research Article
Year: 2018 | Month: October-December | Volume: 3 | Issue: 4 | Pages: 132-140
The Factors Affecting by Leadership and Motivation Working Health Employee at Public Health Centre Kotaraja Jayapura City
Emmi Parrung1,A. L. Rantetampang2, Yermia Msen3, Anwar Mallongi4
1Magister Program of Public Health, Faculty of Public Health, Cenderawasih University, Jayapura.
2,3Lecturer of Postgraduate Program. Faculty of Public Health, Cenderawasih University, Jayapura
4Environmental Health Department, Faculty of Public Health, Hasanuddin University, Makassar
Background: Staffs in public helath centre are very important resources in public health services to good performance by companies that need labor.
Research Objective: To determine the impact of the Head of Public health centre leadership and motivation on employee performance at the Kotaraja Health Center in Jayapura City.
Methods: Analytical descriptive study using cross-sectional studies. The population is employees at the Kotaraja Health Center with a total sample of 52 people with total sampling. Data obtained using questionnaires and analyzed using chi square and logistic binary regression.
The results of the study: Factors related to the performance of employees at the Kotaraja Health Center are leadership relations between humans (ρ-value = 0.019; RP = 2.424; CI95% = (1.275-4.611), training technique to be an example (ρ-value = 0.004; RP = 3,016; CI95% = (1,559-5,835), persuasion and command giving techniques (ρ-value = 0,001; RP = 3,818; CI95% = (1,615 - 9,025), motivation of the incentive pair (ρ-value = 0,000; RP = 7,273; CI95% = (2,412 - 21,927) and motivation for participation needs (ρ-value = 0,003; RP = 3,238; CI95% = (1,550 - 6,763). While the variables used for the performance of Public health centre employees are the boss's techniques of maturing the preparation of followers (ρ -value = 0.510; RP = 1.385; CI95% = (0.663 - 2.891), the relationship between motivation of employee placement (ρ-value = 0.352; RP = 1.563; CI95% = (0.775 - 3.153), comfortable working environment (ρ - value = 0,576; .Rp = 1,374; CI95% = (0,676 - 2,792) and motivation to create healthy competition (ρ-value = 1,000; RP = 1,102; CI95% = (0,528-2,301). The dominant factor in the performance of employees at the Kotaraja Health Center is Leadership techniques and persuasion and motivation incentives.
Keywords: Leadership, Motivation, Performance, Staff, Public Heath Centre