The relationships of organizational personality variables with worker socio-communicative orientation, communication apprehension, immediacy, and job satisfaction [electronic resource] /

by Smith, Heather T.

Abstract (Summary)
The Relationships of Organizational Personality Variables with Worker Socio- Communicative Orientation, Communication Apprehension, Immediacy, and Job Satisfaction. Heather T. Smith This study examined the organizational personality types of " upward mobile, " " ambivalent, " and " indifferent " with reference to their relationships with worker sociocommunicative orientation, communication apprehension, immediacy, and job satisfaction. The study examined self-report data from the measures of organizational personality scales, job satisfaction, communication apprehension, immediacy, and assertiveness/responsiveness. The study found that each of the three personality variables have unique relationships (some linear, some non-linear) with communication apprehension, immediacy, assertiveness, responsiveness, and job satisfaction.
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School:West Virginia University

School Location:USA - West Virginia

Source Type:Master's Thesis

Keywords:personality and occupation organizational behavior job satisfaction communication in organizations


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