Authentic Leadership: Strategy of the Implementation of Madrasah Management of Change
Implementing the management of madrasah change starts from an authentic leadership. Authentic leadership is the identity of a head of madrasah in developing value-based educational system. His identity is seen from his sincerity in working, his kindness in treating people and the sharpness of his mind in determining the future of the organization. The authentic leadership of madrasah should represent the identity of moslem morality with work orientation on the sincerity of being a STAF+B (Siddiq, Tablig, Amanah, Fathonah + Brave) leader. Leading the madrasah in the context of implementing management of change is not enough to be pious but it requires courage to take strategic and innovative decisions in realizing a qualified madrasah. This research aims to find an authentic leadership strategy model for management of change by head of madrasah. The research was conducted on the head of madrasah in Pangandaran Regency. The results show that the application of authentic leadership can build madrasah changes by empowering the Professional Learning Community (PLC) in which 4CS strategy is implemented in a reciprocal (cumsuis-Casing, Communicating, Competencies, Contribution, Sample). The followers can identify who the authentic leader is by finding the integrity of identity that represents in: his mind is vision; his heart is good and his legs work hard.
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