SISI GELAP PEMIMPIN DALAM MEMOTIVASI TINDAKAN KORUPSI

Wirawan Hardinto, Dekar Urumsah, Aditya Pandu Wicaksono, Fitra Roman Cahaya

Abstract


Abstrak: Sisi Gelap Pemimpin dalam Memotivasi Tindakan Korupsi. Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk menelusuri peran pemimpin organisasi dalam memotivasi stafnya untuk melakukan tindakan korupsi. Metode yang digunakan adalah thick description dengan melibatkan sejumlah informan dari perusahaan swasta. Penelitian ini menunjukkan bahwa pemimpin organisasi, melaui wewenangnya, bisa memotivasi stafnya untuk melakukan tindakan korupsi. Meskipun demikian, ada aspek positif pemimpin yang bisa menghambat tindakan tersebut, yaitu kedudukannya sebagai role model dan sifat religiusnya. Pada sisi lainnya, penegakan etika organisasi dianggap mampu menghalangi setiap pihak untuk melakukan korupsi.

 

Abstract: The Dark Side of Leaders in Motivating Corruption. This study aims to explore the role of organizational leaders in motivating their staff to commit corruption. The method used is thick description by involving informants from a private company. This research shows that organizational leaders, through their authority, can motivate their staff to commit acts of corruption. Even so, there are positive aspects of a leader that can hinder this action, namely his position as a role model and his religious character. On the other hand, upholding organizational ethics is considered capable of deterring any party from committing corruption.


Keywords


etika; korupsi; religiusitas; role mode

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