THE RECENT IDEAL INDONESIAN LEADERIII
Leadership is one of the most salient aspects of the organizational context. However, defining leadership has been challenging. The following sections discuss several important aspects of leadership including a description of what leadership is and a description of several popular theories and styles of leadership. This page also dives into topics such as the role of emotions and vision, as well leadership effectiveness and performance.
Leadership has been described as the “process of social influence in which one person is able to enlist the aid and support of others in the accomplishment of a common task” . A definition more inclusive of followers comes from Alan Keith of Genentech who said "Leadership is ultimately about creating a way for people to contribute to making something extraordinary happen."  Students of leadership have produced theories involving traits , situational interaction, function, behavior, power, vision and values , charisma, and intelligence among others. (Wikipedia)
In our opinion a leader is one who has a capacity and capability to lead. It may lead a group of people or even ownself. It is not easy to be a leader. A leader should have leadership skills and qualities expected and needed by their followers. The success of a leader is depend on his leadership styles. Aim to some theories:
Leaders are dealers in hope (Napoleon Bonaparte, Paulus Winarto; The Leadership Wisdom).
Everything rises and falls on leaderships (Dr. John C Maxwell; Paulus Winarto; The Leadership Wisdom)
Leadership is an influence (J. Oswald Sanders; Spiritual Leadership; Paulus Winarto; Leadership wisdom
Leadership combines of character and strategy, but if you have to choose it’s better for you willing strategy as well (general H. Norman Swargkovf; Paulus Winarto; The Leadership Wisdom)
Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power cottupts absolutely (Lord Acton; Paulus Winarto; The Leadership Wisdom)
Successful leaders will tend to have a high need for power, a low need for affiliation, and a high level of what he called activity inhibition (one might call it self-control). (David McClelland; Wikipedia)
Burn told a leader should have a skill to motivate its team to be effective and efficient. Communication is the base for goal achievement focusing the group on the final desired outcome or goal attainment. This leader is highly visible and uses chain of command to get the job done. (Burn, 2008; Wikipedia)
Within the context of Islam, views on the nature, scope and inheritance of leadership have played a major role in shaping sects and their history. See caliphate. (Wikipedia)
Considering of Indonesian Condition that’s described on Chapter I, that the large amount Indonesian which spread out at thousands islands separated by the seas around. Adding by the faith crisis and disapointment of the Imdonesian to their leader appear because of their leaders’ manner and behavior. They often deceive their people. It shown in the history:
And studying the theories above, seems we have to find a leader’s categories and according to some above theories. Ideal leader for Indonesian has to possess complete leadership’s skill to lead them.
DR.H.Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono
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According to his career and education history, Yudhoyono seems the best figure for today’s Indonesian leader. He is not only an educated person but also brilliant and clean in career. He looks so simple, calm but charismatic. He is not a bigtalk leader like the others but if he talks about something, he talk it calmly, but clearly and logically, easy to understand by the people. There is no issue of corrupt, his family life heard peaceful. He has been a lecturer at the Sepuluh November University (ITS), before entering the Teachers Education School in Malang, East Java. There, he was able to prepare everything for the next phase of his education at Military Academy (Akabri). Yudhoyono officially entered Akabri in 1970.
Yudhoyono was educated in the United States, where he received his Masters degree in Management from Webster University in 1991. He subsequently earned his Ph D in agricultural economics from the Bogor Agricultural University on 3 October 2004, two days before his presidential victory was announced. His dissertation entitled "The Rural and Agricultural Development as an Effort to Alleviate Poverty and unemployment: a political economic analysis of fiscal policy". He was also awarded with two honorary doctorates in 2005, respectively in the field of law from his alma mater, Webster University, and in political science from Thammasat University in Thailand.
• Graduated from AKABRI (1973)
• Platoon Commander 330 Air Borne (KOSTRAD 1973-1975)
• Sent to the United States to undertake the Atrborne and Ranger Course at Fort Benning in 1975
• Platoon Commander in the 305 Battalion and assigned to East Timor (1976-1977)
• Mortar platoon commander (1977),
• Operations Officer for an Airborne Brigade (1977-1978),
• Battalion Commander (1979-1981) at Kostrad
• Working at the Army Headquarters (1981-1982)
• Sent United States to participate in the Infantry Officer Advanced Course at Fort Benning 1982 Panama Jungle Warfare School (1982)
• Commander of the Infantry Trainers' School (983)
• Sent to Belgium and West Germany to undertake Antitank Weapon Course (1984)
• Battalion Commander Course in Malaysia (1985)
• Served with the IX/Udayana Area Military Command (KODAM) 1986-1988
• Lecturer at the Army Staff College (Seskoad) In 1989
• Went to the US Army Command and General Staff Connege 1990
• Get an MA in business management from Webster University (1991)
• Army Information Department (1992-1993)
• Kostrad brigade commander (1993)
• Operations Assistant at Jaya (Jakarta) Military Area Command (1993)
• Taking command IV/Diponegoro Military Area Command (1994)
• Indonesia's chief military observer of the UNO Peacekeeping Force in Bosnia in 1995-1996
• KODAM Jaya chief of staff (1996)
• KODAM II/Sriwijaya commander (1996)1997)
• Chief of Staff for social-political affairs was renamed chief of staff for territorial affairs and in 1999
At this time, Yudhoyono's popularity began to increase as he offered ideas and concepts to reform the military and nation. He did this by combining the strong reformist sentiment of the time with TNI's concern for security and stability. Yudhoyono then became known in the media as "the thinking general".
Yudhoyono ended his military career with the rank of Lietnant General, although he would be made honorary General in 2000.
During Wahid Presidency, Yudhoyono was appointed Mines and Energy Minister in 1999, Coordinating Minister for Politic and Security Affairs (2000)
In 2001 Yudhoyono delared Army Reformist ideas:
“Since 1998, the military has decided to stay out of day-to-day politics. The basic idea of military reform is to go back to the role and function of the military as a defense force and move them away from politics systematically. The trend is moving in such a way that there is no so-called 'dual function' of the military, there is no so-called social political mission in the military (Wikipedia)”
Yudhoyono was sent by Wahid to convey this wish and to negotiate with Suharto family to get back money which he had allegedly obtained through corruption when he was President. first family. However, Yudhoyono was not successful in this venture.
Refused Wahid instruction to declare a “State of emergency” dismissed (2001) because it done just to strengthen Wahid’s position, and Yudhoyono was dismissed. Given Wahid's physical incapacity, Yudhoyono was seen as the dominant figure in the Wahid government.
Megawati replaced Wahid as President with Hamzah Haas as vice president (2001), Yudhoyono was appointed to his old position as Coordinating Minister of Political and Security Affairs, he oversaw the hunt for and arrest of those responsible for Bali bombing, and gained a reputation both in Indonesia and abroad as one of the few Indonesian politicians serious about the “War on Terrorism”. His speech during the one year anniversary of the Bali bombing (in which many Australians were killed) was praised by the Australian media and public.
Yudhoyono adviced Megawati declared martial law in Aceh on 19 May 2003. This martial law was then extended in November 2003.
The Democratic Party.
Yudhoyono's supporters recognized Yudhoyono's potential as a possible leader for Indonesia. One of these supporters, Vence Rumangkang approached Yudhoyono with.
Road to presidency
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In September 2003, Yudhoyono's own party began to make preparations in case Yudhoyono was willing to accept a presidential nomination. The Democratic Party then initiated a publicity campaign to promote Yudhoyono as a candidate.
The turning point came on 1 March 2004, when Yudhoyono's secretary, Sudi Silalahi announced to the media that for the last six months, Yudhoyono had been excluded from policy decision-making in the field of politics and security. On March 2, 2004, Megawati responded that she had never excluded Yudhoyono, held a press conference at his office and announced his resignation from the position of Coordinating Minister of Political and security affairs. He also announced that he was ready to be nominated as a presidential candidate.
Yudhoyono's popularity skyrocketed the Democrate party won 7.5% of the votes, which was still enough to nominate Yudhoyono as a presidential candidate. Yudhoyono accepted the nomination and pickedGolkar’s Jusuf Kala as his running mate. Aside from the Democratic Party, their presidential and vice presidential candidacy was supported by the Cresent Star Party (PBB), the Reform Star Party (PBR) and the Tndonesian Justice and Unity Party (PKPI)
Susilo Bambang yudhoyono Road to Presidency
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