Personalidade, Satisfação e Estilos de Humor no Trabalho Outros Idiomas

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46039
Resumo:
Esta pesquisa analisou como os traços de personalidade e a satisfação no trabalho influenciam o uso dos estilos de humor no ambiente de trabalho. Foram obtidas 728 respostas válidas e as relações hipotetizadas foram testadas utilizando a Modelagem de Equações Estruturais através do Software SmartPLS 2.0. Os resultados mostraram que o humor não é exclusivo de um perfil específico e que os traços de personalidade podem refletir formas diferentes de expressar o humor. O estudo mostrou que a Satisfação no Trabalho pode promover a expressão do Estilo de Humor Autopromovedor e que indivíduos satisfeitos tendem a usar menos o Estilo de Humor Agressivo no ambiente de trabalho. De modo geral, os resultados revelaram que o Humor pode ser influenciado também por características ambientais, pelo contexto em que a pessoa se situa, demonstrando que as diferenças nos Estilos de Humor dos indivíduos não são somente reflexos de características individuais.
Citação ABNT:
ANDRADE, A. M.; ARAUJO, B. F. V. B.; SOUZA, A. M. Personalidade, Satisfação e Estilos de Humor no Trabalho. Teoria e Prática em Administração, v. 7, n. 1, p. 110-138, 2017.
Citação APA:
Andrade, A. M., Araujo, B. F. V. B., & Souza, A. M. (2017). Personalidade, Satisfação e Estilos de Humor no Trabalho. Teoria e Prática em Administração, 7(1), 110-138.
DOI:
http://dx.doi.org/10.21714/2238-104X2017v7i1-30863
Link Permanente:
http://www.spell.org.br/documentos/ver/46039/personalidade--satisfacao-e-estilos-de-humor-no-trabalho/i/pt-br
Tipo de documento:
Artigo
Idioma:
Português
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