An analysis on impact of leadership practices on employees' affective commitment in restaurant: a case study in Nanny's Pavillion in Jakarta
As the job growth within foodservice industry continues to grow, the understanding of leadership practices becomes even more important because of changes which applied to the growth of the foodservice industry. The purpose of this study is to analyze the impact of leadership style both transformational and transactional on employees? affective commitment in an organization in the restaurant industry. Nanny?s Pavillon restaurant in Jakarta is represent the sample of restaurant industry. The full range leadership models of transformational and transactional leadership style had been used as a theoretical framework of study. The Multi Leadership Questionnaires (MLQ-5X) was used to collect data and measure the characteristics of the leaders. The respondents were restaurant?s employees in Nanny's Pavillon restaurant in Jakarta. The statistical technique consist of Structural Equation Model (SEM) by software AMOS was used. The result revealed the relationship of transformational and transactional leadership style that impact to employees? affective commitment. Based on the result, the transformational leadership style had positive relationship to employees? affective commitment but transactional leadership style did not.
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