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SRP. 2020; 11(8): 362-373

FAST Leadership Model for University Leaders Performance in Pharmacy Faculty: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow

Bambang Ismaya, Teguh Setiawan, Ika Sulistyarini, Ambar Winarti, Rifda Nabila, Ine Rahayu Purnamaningsih, Haryati, Agus Purbo Widodo, Ivan Charles Seran Klau, Agus Purwanto.


The purpose of this study was to examine the relationship FAST Leadership or Islamic Leadership (Fathonah, Amanah, Sidiq and Tablig) on university leaders’ performance in the three period, the 2010-2019 period is called yesterday, the 2020 period is called today and the next year after 2020 is called tomorrow. The influence of trust (Amanah) on university leader’s performance. Influence of (Fathonah) on performance. The influence of Communicative (Tablig) on university leader’s performance. The method used in this research is quantitative method. Data collection was carried out by distributing questionnaires to university leaders in Jakarta. Respondents in this research were university leaders, total 120 respondents. Electronic online questionnaires were distributed using simple random sampling technique. The conclusion in this study is that Honesty (Sidiq) has a positive and significant effect on university leader’s performance, Trust (Amanah) has a positive and significant effect on performance, Smart (Fathonah) has a positive and significant effect on university leader’s performance, Communicative (Tablig) has a positive and significant effect. on the performance of university leaders for 3 periods have same result.

Key words: FAST Leadership, Islamic Leadership University Leaders, Work Performance

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