Analyzing The Stronger Relationship Between Intelligence Quotient And Managerial Ability As The Main Supporter Of Performance Coordinator And Sub Coordinator At Universitas Negeri Surabaya

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Suprapto, Suparji, Ekohariadi


Personnel has an essential role in universities. Education personnel ensures that an institution's education maintenance system runs smoothly. There are regulatory changes to the management of educational employees that will affect the presentation of the education workers. This rule change will be a problem for education personnel who cannot adjust to working. The study's goal was to look at the relationship between IQ and managerial talents and the performance of UNESA coordinators and sub-coordinators. This research is ex post facto research. The population of this study is the complete education force (TENDIK) at Universitas Negeri Surabaya (UNESA). The sampling technique used is purposive sampling. The sample of this study was 57 Tendik people who had the position of Coordinator and sub-coordinator. This research variable is IQ and managerial ability as exogenous and performance variables consisting of 6 (six) variables, namely Service Orientation (OP), Integrity (IT), Commitment (KM), Discipline (DS), Cooperation (KS), and Task Service Loyalty (LP) as endogenous variables. Partial Least Square-Structural Equation Modeling is used to analyze data (SEM-PLS). The conclusion shows that when compared between IQ and managerial ability, the overall administrative ability has a stronger association with performance than IQ. It has a long-term impact on the ability of instructors in a university setting to perform at a higher level than those with high IQs.

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