xploration of Career Development Moderated by Exposurse
The main purpose of this paper is to examine effects of entrepreneurial leadership (EL), competence (COMP), eternal affective commitment (EAC) and work achievement (WA) on career development (CDV) of employees in regional office of Directorate General of Treasury in Indonesia. Then to determine whether work Achievement (WA) mediates the relationship of (EL,COMP, EAC) and CDV, as well as to examine the effect of exposure (E) on moderating the relationship between WA on CDV. These issues are interesting to be discussed, mainly among government bureaucracy, because each civil servant always desires appropriate position in his or her career. But, the problem is, not all civil servants have the ability and opportunity to achieve it, even though they have adequate work performance and leadership. Presumed, there is a gap in the processes of evaluating and promoting workers in public organizations, despite there is a clear regulation for promotion and applying them. There are 321 employees in regional office of DJPb which are selected as the research respondents by using stratified random sampling technique. Data analysis used Structural Equation Modeling (SEM), the research revealed that of entrepreneurial leadership style, competence, and eternal affective commitment give positive and significant effects on work achievement. Directly, EL has no significant effects on career development. Then, this research found out positive and significant mediating effects of work achievement on the correlation between of entrepreneurial leadership style and eternal affective commitment on career development, but not to competence which has not significant correlation. Finally, this research also found out that exposure variable moderates the correlation between work achievement and career development.