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By Widodo, S. Mundzir, Ach. Fatchan, Hardika

Abstract: Research UNESCO (2008) states that the NFE (Non Formal Eduction) program in Indonesia has the characteristic "on-off", dependent on government funding, leadership, and community support. The success of NFE programs at CLC influenced by the type of leader and leadership. Activity education program will run properly and effectively if they have effective leadership. So the study focused on the analysis of models of leadership in NFE program, accordance with the characteristics of Indonesia.

This study with a qualitative approach to the type of case studies with the informant; director, secretary, treasurer, CLC tutors. Data were collected through dept interviews, participant observation, and study documentation relating to focus.

The results showed that the characteristics of the leader NFE, include; trustworthy, creative and innovative, communicative, commitment to service, risk-taking attitudes, and religious. Leadership strategies in NFE based on community needs, is; to maintain trust, reduce dependence on government funding, program innovation, open management, internal correction, intensive coordination, flexibility in management, relationship collegial or friendship, build partnerships, continuous improvement. Constructivist charismatic leadership has high enthusiasm, have good self confidence, and can provide the best solution. Five characteristics of effective leadership, is; 1) to have a vision, 2) can realize good vision, 3) are willing to take risks in realizing the vision, 4) are concerned with the environment and the needs of society, and 5) have a personality that is 'different', 6) a build from the zero. So the leadership model NFE is charismatic constructivist leadership that emphasizes the importance of contextual factors and equality of all those involved in NFE, and build from the ground.This theory is often called constructivist charismatic leadership.

Keyword leadership, non-formal education (NFE), constructivist, charismatic
Topic Lifelong Learning in Education Policy