SERVANT LEADERSHIP DIMENSION IN HIGHER EDUCATION
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This study aims to analyze the dimensions of servant leadership in higher education and its differences between state and private universities. Servant leadership dimensions used are six dimensions of SLBS (Servant Leadership Behavior Scale): Voluntary Subordination, Authentic Self, Covenantal Relationship, Responsible Morality, Transcendental Spirituality and Transforming Influence. Samples are taken from tertiary institutions that have a ranking of institution A, thus, in regard to private universities, lecturers of Ciputra University Surabaya were chosen with 61 people from five study programs, namely, International Business Management, Accounting, Master of Management, Marketing Communication and Entrepreneurship and Humanities, while state universities were Sam Ratulangi University Manado with 111 people from four study programs, namely, Accounting, Economics, Economic Development, and Management. The result shows the highest mean private university on the Covenantal Relationship dimension and the lowest on Authentic Self, while the highest public university lies in Responsible Morality and the lowest in Transcendental Spirituality. Following Lavene's Test for Quality of Variances, the result is the same data variant and a t-Test for two independent samples has the result in that there were significant differences in the dimensions of Transcendental Spirituality. For this reason, servant leadership can create a culture that is in accordance with the situation of the workplace through four values, namely transcendental beliefs, interconnectedness, sense of mission and wholeness of members in accordance with the mission to be achieved.