The Effect of Personality Characteristics on Citizenship Organizational Behavior: Survey on the Indonesian National Armed Forces Peacekeeper

Triadi Murwanto, Masyhudzulhak Masyhudzulhak, Hadri Mulya

Abstract


This study aims to analyze the influence of personality characteristics on the behavior of citizenship organizations (Survey on Indonesian National Armed Forces UN peacekeepers). Citizenship organizational behavior is the behavior possessed by individuals towards colleagues that is able to increase the effectiveness of organizational functions. Organizations generally believe that to achieve excellence is the highest individual performance because basically individual performance affects the performance of a team or work group and ultimately affects the overall performance of the organization. This behavior arises because of the feeling of being a member of a citizenship organization and feeling satisfied when it can do something more for the organization. Feelings as members are satisfied when doing something more only happens if the employee has a positive perception of the organization. Organizational behavior is the act of someone outside their obligations, not paying attention to their own interests. Organizational behavior can contribute to the welfare of the community, transformation of resources, innovation and adaptation and overall organizational performance including increasing the effectiveness and efficiency of mobilizing scarce resources, time and problem solving among work units in a collective and interdependent way. The involvement of TNI personnel in the UN Peacekeeping Mission continues to increase from year to year. But the increase in the number of TNI personnel involved in the UN Peacekeeping Mission was not accompanied by an increase in the number of middle / high level TNI officers who were able to hold strategic positions in the UN Peacekeeping Mission. This study aims to convey views about the factors that influence the success of the career development of TNI Officers in the UN Peacekeeping Mission. Qualitative methods through literature studies and in-depth interviews. The findings indicate other factors beyond career development that affect the success of middle / high TNI officers in competing in strategic positions in the UN Peacekeeping Mission.

Keyword: Personality Characteristics, Organizational Behavior of Citizenship, Organizational Behaviour

JEL Classifications: D23, L2

DOI: https://doi.org/10.32479/irmm.9924


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