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Ris, ros och att må bra på arbetet: En studie om förhållandet mellan medarbetares feedback till chefer samt deras personliga drag och välbefinnande

Bendelin, Therese LU and Henriksson, Maria LU (2011) PSPT02 20111
Department of Psychology
Abstract (Swedish)
Denna studie undersöker sambandet mellan chefers upplevelse av uppåtgående feedback och chefers arbetsrelaterade välbefinnande, som utgörs av 1) psykisk hälsa, 2) arbetstillfredställelse och 3) arbetsengagemang. Utöver detta undersöks arbetsrelaterad self-efficacys medierande och modererande effekt. Data samlades in från 207 chefer, en relativt outforskad grupp i feedbackforskning, i Sverige i både privata och offentliga verksamheter genom nätbaserad enkätundersökning. Studien visar att feedback har ett positivt samband med arbetsrelaterat välbefinnande. Varken arbetsrelaterad self-efficacyns medierande eller modererande effekt kan fastläggas, men regressionsanalysen tyder på att det finns en tendens till medierande effekt. Dessa resultat... (More)
Denna studie undersöker sambandet mellan chefers upplevelse av uppåtgående feedback och chefers arbetsrelaterade välbefinnande, som utgörs av 1) psykisk hälsa, 2) arbetstillfredställelse och 3) arbetsengagemang. Utöver detta undersöks arbetsrelaterad self-efficacys medierande och modererande effekt. Data samlades in från 207 chefer, en relativt outforskad grupp i feedbackforskning, i Sverige i både privata och offentliga verksamheter genom nätbaserad enkätundersökning. Studien visar att feedback har ett positivt samband med arbetsrelaterat välbefinnande. Varken arbetsrelaterad self-efficacyns medierande eller modererande effekt kan fastläggas, men regressionsanalysen tyder på att det finns en tendens till medierande effekt. Dessa resultat visar att feedback kan vara verksamt för chefers arbetsrelaterade välbefinnande. (Less)
Abstract
This study examines the relationship between managers’ perception of upward feedback and managers’ job specific well- being consisting of 1) psychological health, 2) job-satisfaction and 3) work engagement. In addition the mediating and moderating role of occupational self-efficacy is examined. Data were collected from 207 managers, a relatively unexplored group in the context of feedback research, across Sweden in several different organisations using an online survey. This study reveals feedback as positively related to job-specific well-being. Occupational self-efficacy had neither a significant mediating effect nor a moderating effect, although a tendency for a mediating effect is proposed in the regression analysis. These findings... (More)
This study examines the relationship between managers’ perception of upward feedback and managers’ job specific well- being consisting of 1) psychological health, 2) job-satisfaction and 3) work engagement. In addition the mediating and moderating role of occupational self-efficacy is examined. Data were collected from 207 managers, a relatively unexplored group in the context of feedback research, across Sweden in several different organisations using an online survey. This study reveals feedback as positively related to job-specific well-being. Occupational self-efficacy had neither a significant mediating effect nor a moderating effect, although a tendency for a mediating effect is proposed in the regression analysis. These findings highlight the usefulness of feedback in managers’ job-specific well-being. (Less)
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Bendelin, Therese LU and Henriksson, Maria LU
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PSPT02 20111
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H3 - Professional qualifications (4 Years - )
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feedback, välbefinnande, arbetsrelaterad self-efficacy, chefer
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Swedish
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2005345
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2011-07-08 10:07:42
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  abstract     = {This study examines the relationship between managers’ perception of upward feedback and managers’ job specific well- being consisting of 1) psychological health, 2) job-satisfaction and 3) work engagement. In addition the mediating and moderating role of occupational self-efficacy is examined. Data were collected from 207 managers, a relatively unexplored group in the context of feedback research, across Sweden in several different organisations using an online survey. This study reveals feedback as positively related to job-specific well-being. Occupational self-efficacy had neither a significant mediating effect nor a moderating effect, although a tendency for a mediating effect is proposed in the regression analysis. These findings highlight the usefulness of feedback in managers’ job-specific well-being.},
  author       = {Bendelin, Therese and Henriksson, Maria},
  keyword      = {feedback,välbefinnande,arbetsrelaterad self-efficacy,chefer},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Ris, ros och att må bra på arbetet: En studie om förhållandet mellan medarbetares feedback till chefer samt deras personliga drag och välbefinnande},
  year         = {2011},
}