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Study on the Correlation among Personality Traits, Job Satisfaction, Supervisor Leadership Style and Job Performance of Financial Specialists
financial specialists;personality trait;paternalistic leadership;job satisfaction;job performance
|Issue Date: ||2012-12-11 15:38:32 (UTC+8)|
This study takes financial specialists in public and private banks as the research objects to explore their personal traits and explain their difference in job performance, so as to understand the influence of different personality traits on job performance, in hope to put forward relevant human resource measures in the recruitment and training of financial specialists in financial industry for practical use of human resource selection, development and management. This study explores the factors that affect the financial specialists’ job performance and to know the objective assessment of the actual annual performance through questionnaires and to analyze their self-assessment performance; the questionnaire includes personality traits, supervisor leadership style, job satisfaction, job performance and demographic variables and personal marketing background information. It is found from the empirical results obtained through regression analysis from 250 valid recovered questionnaires that the more satisfied the specialists are, the higher job performance they have; in terms of personality traits, "conscientiousness" of the staff has positive and direct influence towards job performance. In addition, paternalistic leadership cannot affect job performance through job satisfaction directly but indirectly, which indicates job satisfaction has a mediating effect in influencing job performance between personality traits and paternalistic leadership.
|Appears in Collections:||[金融與風險管理系(所)] 博碩士論文|
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