Track: Decision Sciences
The research objective was to determine and analyze the effect of training and competency, work discipline on improving the performance of state civil servants at the Regional Secretariat of Jeneponto District. The research uses a causality design with a quantitative approach, it was conducted at the Regional Secretariat of Jeneponto District, and it lasted for approximately 2 (two) months, November to December 2020. The population was all staff of the Regional Secretariat of Jeneponto, namely 224 employees, with a saturated sampling technique so that the final sample involved was 224 employees. Data collection techniques through observation, interviews, questionnaires, and documentation, while data analysis using path analysis. The research results showed that indirect impact, the performance of the employees could be improved by training where the implementation of practical training has been done by emphasizing to organizational needs to encourage corporate and employee enthusiasm in participating in the activity. In addition, competence is also a variable that promotes the improvement of the Regional Secretariat of Jeneponto district; formally, employees have good competence with placement by their competence. Employee competence is measured well with better knowledge, understanding, values, attitudes, and interests. On the indirect effect, the role of work discipline as an intervening variable has a good impact on training to performance. Good training has led to an increase in employee discipline, which impacts performance but differs from competence on employee performance. Employees feel the inability to apply organizational discipline to its full potential when many workloads are given.