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Record identifier : 568178
Personal Name - Primary Intelectual Responsibility : Gordon, Brett Anthony
Title and statement of responsibility : Empowerment performance of pharmaceutical managers as a function of personality type [Thesis]
Publication, Distribution,Etc. : Capella University, 2002
Language of the Item : eng
Dissertation of thesis details and type of degree : Ph.D.
Body granting the degree : , Capella University
Summary or Abstract : This study sought to discover if Extraverted personality types were overrepresented among pharmaceutical managers and if a relationship existed between the personality type of this group of managers and their empowering performance. The study also attempted to ascertain if Extraverted personality types empowered their direct-reports more than Introverts. The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) was utilized to determine the personality types of the participating managers and a One-way Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) was performed to examine the relationships existing between the participating managers and a base population of managers (CAPT Atlas of Type Table 8629331). Pharmaceutical managers were shown to prefer the personality preference of Extraversion (p = 0.01) compared to the base population of managers. Analysis of the MBTI mental pairs revealed a statistical significance (p = 0.01) existed for the Sensing-Thinking (ST) preference among the managers compared to the managerial base population. The two most frequent MBTI types reported in the study were ENTJ (23.81 ) and ESTJ (17.86 ). The two most common mental functions reported by managerial participants were the Sensing-Thinkers (ST) and the Intuitive-Thinkers (NT). The use of the Balance of Empowerment model (Briggs, 1999) was utilized to determine the level of empowerment provided by each of the managers, across 9 interrelated leadership behaviors, as viewed by their individual direct-reports. These 9 behaviors are grouped under the headings of Trust, Enablement, and Encouragement. Pharmaceutical managers with a personality preference for either Sensing or Feeling were shown to provide greater levels of Trust and Encouragement (p = 0.01), as opposed to their dichotomous opposites. The findings also confirmed a statistical difference (p = 0.01) in perceived empowerment among the subordinate behaviors of Responsibility, Resources, Mentorship, and Communication in the managers with a personality preference for Sensing; and a statistical difference (p = 0.01) in perceived empowerment among the subordinate behaviors of Responsibility, Authority, Resources, Mentorship, and Motivation in the managers with a personality preference for Feeling. No statistical significance was found between Extraverted and Introverted managers and their perceived ability to empower their direct-reports across any of the behaviors of the Balance of Empowerment model..
Topical Name Used as Subject : Management, Personality, Occupational psychology, Managers, Studies, Pharmaceutical industry
Information of biblio record : TL
 
 
 
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