The Effect of Work Conflict and Transformational Leadership on the Performance of PT KAI’s Operational Employees


  • Yohanes Danang Priyo Pramono Universitas Padjadjaran


Transformational Leadership, Work Conflict, Employee Performance


The challenge concerning the future of any organization is the task of a transformational leader to bring his team to solutions and to see and take advantage of various opportunities so that the company's goals can be achieved. Working to achieve high performance is not without problems. Every individual every unit must work together to build good performance to deal with dynamic problems. Problems at work experienced by employees can lead to work conflicts. This conflict can interfere with target achievement and performance. This study aims to analyze the influence of transformational leadership factors and work conflict factors on employee performance. The population of this research is the office employees of the directorate of operations of PT Kereta Api Indonesia (Persero) spread across the working areas in Java and Sumatra (S = 207), where S is the number of samples of office employees of the directorate of operations of PT Kereta Api Indonesia (Persero). The data analysis method used is PLS-SEM to test the relationship between variables that have been conceptualized using Smart PLS 3.0 software. The results show that transformational leadership has a positive effect on employee performance, while work conflict has a negative effect on employee performance.


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Author Biography

Yohanes Danang Priyo Pramono, Universitas Padjadjaran

Faculty of Economics and Business