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Personality Predisposition and Satisfaction with Supervisory Style

  • Political Science


76 employees reporting to only one organizationally defined supervisor answered on items purported to measure their level of interpersonal, competence, perception of supervisory style and finally their satisfaction with supervisory practices. It was found that in general, high as compared to low interpersonal competence and democratic as against authoritarian supervisory stile generated greater satisfaction with supervisory practices. A partial interaction effect was also significant. Under authoritarian style high on interpersonal competence were found to be more satisfied with their supervisors than low on interpersonal competence.

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