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Betydelsen av ledarskap och arbetsklimat samt stresshantering för känslan av sammanhang på arbetsplatsen

Gedin, Susanne and Hellkvist, Sara (2003)
Department of Psychology
Abstract
The study was performed to investigate, from a salutogenetic perspective, what influences peoples perception of well-being and their work related sense of coherence. In the study a questionnaire was distributed to 120 employees in a hospital. The questionnaire consisted of The work related sense of coherence (WSOC), The Change-, production- and employee-centered ledership (CPE), The Organisational climate questionnaire (GEFA), The Copenhagen burnout inventory (CBI) and a stressmanagment question-naire (Coping scale). A total of 63 questionnaires were returned. The result indicated that the organizational climate was quite innovative; the employee-centered leadership style was the most obvious. The nurses and the employees that was working... (More)
The study was performed to investigate, from a salutogenetic perspective, what influences peoples perception of well-being and their work related sense of coherence. In the study a questionnaire was distributed to 120 employees in a hospital. The questionnaire consisted of The work related sense of coherence (WSOC), The Change-, production- and employee-centered ledership (CPE), The Organisational climate questionnaire (GEFA), The Copenhagen burnout inventory (CBI) and a stressmanagment question-naire (Coping scale). A total of 63 questionnaires were returned. The result indicated that the organizational climate was quite innovative; the employee-centered leadership style was the most obvious. The nurses and the employees that was working daytime shift had a higher level of WSOC than the assistant nurses and the employees that worked at night. The participants WSOC were mainly influenced by the organisational climate (p < .05) and the absence of physical stress (p = 0,04). Keywords: Salutogenesis, Workrelated sense of coherence, Leadership style, Organiza-tional climate, Stress, Coping. (Less)
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author
Gedin, Susanne and Hellkvist, Sara
supervisor
organization
year
type
H1 - Master's Degree (One Year)
subject
keywords
Psychology, Psykologi
language
Swedish
id
1356360
date added to LUP
2004-11-08 00:00:00
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2004-11-08 00:00:00
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  abstract     = {The study was performed to investigate, from a salutogenetic perspective, what influences peoples perception of well-being and their work related sense of coherence. In the study a questionnaire was distributed to 120 employees in a hospital. The questionnaire consisted of The work related sense of coherence (WSOC), The Change-, production- and employee-centered ledership (CPE), The Organisational climate questionnaire (GEFA), The Copenhagen burnout inventory (CBI) and a stressmanagment question-naire (Coping scale). A total of 63 questionnaires were returned. The result indicated that the organizational climate was quite innovative; the employee-centered leadership style was the most obvious. The nurses and the employees that was working daytime shift had a higher level of WSOC than the assistant nurses and the employees that worked at night. The participants WSOC were mainly influenced by the organisational climate (p < .05) and the absence of physical stress (p = 0,04). Keywords: Salutogenesis, Workrelated sense of coherence, Leadership style, Organiza-tional climate, Stress, Coping.},
  author       = {Gedin, Susanne and Hellkvist, Sara},
  keyword      = {Psychology,Psykologi},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Betydelsen av ledarskap och arbetsklimat samt stresshantering för känslan av sammanhang på arbetsplatsen},
  year         = {2003},
}