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En studie i medarbetarskap i relation till situationer och individrelaterade variabler

Nilsson, Susanne LU and Giljam, Ellen LU (2011) PSYK01 20111
Department of Psychology
Abstract (Swedish)
Syftet med denna studie var att undersöka medarbetarskapet hos personalen på en statlig myndighet i Skåne, både genom att undersöka om det fanns situationsrelaterade skillnader i gruppen som helhet, men även om det fanns skillnader gällande individrelaterade variabler som kön, anställningstid och utbildning. Material om personalens utveckling i medarbetarskapet, stilmönster, samt deras agerande i olika situationer, stilanpassning, samlades in genom enkäten Ditt medarbetarskap, självbedömning (Bertlett, 2011b). Enkäten delades ut till de 94 personer som arbetade heltid på myndigheten, och sammanlagt erhölls 56 komplett ifyllda svar (60 %).
Analys av resultaten visade att det inte fanns signifikanta skillnader i medarbetarens stilanpassning... (More)
Syftet med denna studie var att undersöka medarbetarskapet hos personalen på en statlig myndighet i Skåne, både genom att undersöka om det fanns situationsrelaterade skillnader i gruppen som helhet, men även om det fanns skillnader gällande individrelaterade variabler som kön, anställningstid och utbildning. Material om personalens utveckling i medarbetarskapet, stilmönster, samt deras agerande i olika situationer, stilanpassning, samlades in genom enkäten Ditt medarbetarskap, självbedömning (Bertlett, 2011b). Enkäten delades ut till de 94 personer som arbetade heltid på myndigheten, och sammanlagt erhölls 56 komplett ifyllda svar (60 %).
Analys av resultaten visade att det inte fanns signifikanta skillnader i medarbetarens stilanpassning med hänseende till de individrelaterade variablerna. Däremot skiljde sig gruppen som helhet sig åt i specifika situationer, beroende på om det var motgångs- eller utvecklingssituationer och om det var grupp- eller individrelaterade situationer.

Nyckelord: medarbetarskap, individrelaterade variabler, stilmönster, stilanpassning (Less)
Abstract
The aim of this study was to examine employeeship at a government agency in Skåne, both by examining if there were situational differences in the group as a whole, but also if there were differences regarding individually-related variables such as gender, seniority and education. Information about the development of the staff, employee style, and their actions in different situations, employee style adaptability, was gathered through the survey Your Employeeship Questionnaire (YEQ) – self assessment (Bertlett, 2011b). The survey was distributed to the 94 people who worked full time at the agency, and a total of 56 responses (60 %) were successfully returned.
Analysis of the results showed that there were no significant differences in... (More)
The aim of this study was to examine employeeship at a government agency in Skåne, both by examining if there were situational differences in the group as a whole, but also if there were differences regarding individually-related variables such as gender, seniority and education. Information about the development of the staff, employee style, and their actions in different situations, employee style adaptability, was gathered through the survey Your Employeeship Questionnaire (YEQ) – self assessment (Bertlett, 2011b). The survey was distributed to the 94 people who worked full time at the agency, and a total of 56 responses (60 %) were successfully returned.
Analysis of the results showed that there were no significant differences in employee style adaptability between the individual variables chosen for this study. The group as a whole differed, however, in specific situations depending on whether it was situations of hardship or of success and if the situations were group- or individually-related.

Keywords: employeeship, individual-related variables, employee style, employee style adaptability (Less)
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Nilsson, Susanne LU and Giljam, Ellen LU
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PSYK01 20111
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M2 - Bachelor Degree
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medarbetarskap, individrelaterade variabler, stilmönster, stilanpassning employeeship, individual-related variables, employee style, employee style adaptability
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Swedish
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1975047
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  abstract     = {The aim of this study was to examine employeeship at a government agency in Skåne, both by examining if there were situational differences in the group as a whole, but also if there were differences regarding individually-related variables such as gender, seniority and education. Information about the development of the staff, employee style, and their actions in different situations, employee style adaptability, was gathered through the survey Your Employeeship Questionnaire (YEQ) – self assessment (Bertlett, 2011b). The survey was distributed to the 94 people who worked full time at the agency, and a total of 56 responses (60 %) were successfully returned.
Analysis of the results showed that there were no significant differences in employee style adaptability between the individual variables chosen for this study. The group as a whole differed, however, in specific situations depending on whether it was situations of hardship or of success and if the situations were group- or individually-related.

Keywords:  employeeship, individual-related variables, employee style, employee style adaptability},
  author       = {Nilsson, Susanne and Giljam, Ellen},
  keyword      = {medarbetarskap,individrelaterade variabler,stilmönster,stilanpassning 
employeeship,individual-related variables,employee style,employee style adaptability},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {En studie i medarbetarskap i relation till situationer och individrelaterade variabler},
  year         = {2011},
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