Effectiveness Improving the Competence of Civil Servants in Palopo City Government Through Administrator Leadership Training

Aisyah Aisyah, Sangkala Sangkala, Nur Indrayati Nur Indar, Badu Achmad, Muhammad Akmal Ibrahim


Good government institutions require highly qualified human resource standards. Capacity building training is urgently needed to achieve organizational goals. This study aims to see how effective the reaction of the administrator leadership trainees was given to Echelon III runners in Palopo City. This research uses a qualitative approach, with a descriptive method. The primary data source of the study was obtained from interviews with informants and reviewing the documents needed to support the primary data. The data analysis process includes condensing research data, presenting data, and drawing final conclusions. The results of the Reaction Effectiveness study on administrator leadership training showed that training alumni felt that the training facilities provided by the training organizers were adequate.  The obstacle faced by the participants was in the methodically blended learning process. The module model or material agreed upon by the speaker is still general, so it has not been able to provide skills or mastery of material that is in accordance with the phenomena faced in the workplace of each trainee which is found to be quite diverse and requires implementation solutions, therefore it is highly recommended to the organizers to be able to always update the training material in a timely manner to be relevant to the latest issues that will be faced by participants training when returning to their respective agencies.


Human Resources; Capacity Building; Training Effectiveness

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18415/ijmmu.v10i2.4511


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