Procrastination Viewed From a Transformational Leadership Style and Self Efficacy Procrastination Viewed From a Transformational Leadership Style and Self Efficacy

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Dwi Rio Sudarroji

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This study was conducted to determine the relationship between leadership style and self-efficacy on procrastination. The study population amounted to 34 teachers in a public school in Yogyakarta. The analytical method was a multiple linear regression. Data collection devices are a questionnaire scale of procrastination, self-efficacy, and leadership style. The result showed that correlation significant between self-efficacy and leadership style to procrastination was p = 0.007 <0.05 and a correlation coefficient was B = 0.015 to variable leadership style and a correlation coefficient was B = -0.548 to variable self-efficacy. It showed that there is a positive correlation between leadership style and  procrastination but just small influence and a negative correlation between self-efficacy and procrastination.


Keywords: Procrastination, Self-efficacy, Leadership Style

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Sudarroji, D. R. (2020). Procrastination Viewed From a Transformational Leadership Style and Self Efficacy. Psyche 165 Journal, 13(2), 246 - 252. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.29165/psikologi.v13i2.1380
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