Managerial Performance Development Constructs and Personality Correlates

  title={Managerial Performance Development Constructs and Personality Correlates},
  author={James M. Conway}
The goals of this study were (a) to identify managerial performance development constructs through factor analysis, (b) to understand their motivational determinants using personality correlates, and (c) to examine differences between rating sources. Factor analyses identified 5 developmental constructs: Interpersonal Effectiveness, Willingness to Handle Difficult Situations, Teamwork and Personal Adjustment, Adaptability, and Leadership and Development. Comparisons with Borman and Brush’s… CONTINUE READING

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