The Effect of Psychological Safety and Leadership Style on Risk Performance with Enterprise Risk Management as Intervening Variables

Aulia Himmah, Yvonne Augustine


This study examines the effect of psychological safety and leadership style on risk performance with enterprise risk management as an intervening variable. The design of this study is a form of survey research, the number of samples in this study were 51 respondents intended for employees in service companies in Indonesia. The results of the study show that the direct effect given X2 to Y is 0.116, while the indirect effect of X2 through z on Y is the multiplication of the value of beta X2 to Z with the beta value Z to Y. Then the total effect given X2 to Y is the direct effect coupled with the indirect effect. Indirect influence < direct effect, shows that indirectly X2 through Z does not have a significant effect on Y.

Keywords: Psychological Safety, Leadership Style, ERM, Risk Performance

DOI: 10.7176/EJBM/11-12-10

Publication date: April 30th 2019

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