This research is used to support the development of a situational leadership model that is well known to academics and practitioners in the field of human resource management. However, in its implementation, this model of leadership often finds difficulties that are naturally owned, especially in communication patterns, either by a superior or a subordinate due to a lack of understanding of each other. This is what in this study is improved by turning it into a mutual understanding through a biometric testing process that produces a form of intelligence that is genetically owned and at the same time becomes a person's personality. By using questionnaires and in-depth interviews with 11 principals and 41 teachers from 11 schools, five types of leadership situation models were produced based on the genetic intelligence of superiors and subordinates.
Situational Leadership, Genetic Intelligence, STIFIn
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