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The job satisfaction-job performance relationship: a qualitative and quantitative review.
TLDR
A qualitative and quantitative review of the relationship between job satisfaction and job performance is provided and an agenda for future research on the satisfaction-performance relationship is provided.
Personality and leadership: a qualitative and quantitative review.
TLDR
Extraversion was the most consistent correlate of leadership across study settings and leadership criteria (leader emergence and leadership effectiveness) and the five-factor model had a multiple correlation of .48 with leadership, indicating strong support for the leader trait perspective when traits are organized according to theFivefactor model.
Relationship of core self-evaluations traits--self-esteem, generalized self-efficacy, locus of control, and emotional stability--with job satisfaction and job performance: a meta-analysis.
  • T. Judge, J. Bono
  • Psychology, Medicine
    The Journal of applied psychology
  • 2001
TLDR
Meta-analytic results of the relationship of 4 traits--self-esteem, generalized self-efficacy, locus of control, and emotional stability (low neuroticism) with job satisfaction and job performance suggest that these traits are among the best dispositional predictors of job satisfactionand job performance.
THE CORE SELF‐EVALUATIONS SCALE: DEVELOPMENT OF A MEASURE
Despite an emerging body of research on a personality trait termed core self-evaluations, the trait continues to be measured indirectly. The present study reported the results of a series of studies
Personality and transformational and transactional leadership: a meta-analysis.
  • J. Bono, T. Judge
  • Psychology, Medicine
    The Journal of applied psychology
  • 1 October 2004
TLDR
Although results provided some support for the dispositional basis of transformational leadership--especially with respect to the charisma dimension--generally, weak associations suggested the importance of future research to focus on both narrower personality traits and nondispositional determinants oftransformational and transactional leadership.
Five-factor model of personality and transformational leadership.
  • T. Judge, J. Bono
  • Psychology, Medicine
    The Journal of applied psychology
  • 1 October 2000
TLDR
Results indicated that specific facets of the Big 5 traits predicted transformational leadership less well than the general constructs and predicted a number of outcomes reflecting leader effectiveness, controlling for the effect of transactional leadership.
Self-Concordance at Work: Toward Understanding the Motivational Effects of Transformational Leaders
We extend existing theories by linking transformational leadership to “self-concordance” at work. In two studies using diverse samples and methods, leader behaviors were associated with follower te...
Are measures of self-esteem, neuroticism, locus of control, and generalized self-efficacy indicators of a common core construct?
TLDR
The authors suggest that measures purporting to assess self-esteem, locus of control, neuroticism, and generalized self-efficacy may be markers of the same higher order concept.
The Power of Being Positive: The Relation Between Positive Self-Concept and job Performance
Most managers would probably agree that positivity is something they value in employees, yet selection research has virtually ignored the relation between employee positivity and job performance.
Core self-evaluations and job and life satisfaction: the role of self-concordance and goal attainment.
TLDR
In both studies, the core self-evaluations concept was positively related to goal self-concordance, meaning that individuals with positive self-regard were more likely to pursue goals for intrinsic and identified (value-congruent) reasons.
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