The careless or the conscientiousness: Who profits most from goal progress?

Hülsheger UR, Maier GW (2010)
Journal of Vocational Behavior 77(2): 246-254.

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Hülsheger, U. R.; Maier, Günter W.UniBi
Abstract / Bemerkung
Although research indicates that making progress on personal work goals predicts positive job attitudes, little is known about the role of conscientiousness in moderating this relationship. Congruence theories suggest that job attitudes will be more dependent on goal progress when employees are high in conscientiousness, whereas compensation theories suggest the opposite. We test these competing hypotheses in a three-wave, 4-month longitudinal panel study of 121 trainee teachers, who are at their early stages of career development. Conscientiousness moderated the relationships between progress on personal work goals and job attitudes according to the compensatory pattern, such that employees displayed stronger increases in job satisfaction and affective organizational commitment in response to goal progress when they were low rather than high in conscientiousness. Our results help to resolve conflicting findings about the relationship between goal progress and job attitudes and adjudicate competing hypotheses about the role of conscientiousness in moderating this relationship.
Stichworte
Ziel_Fortschritte; ziele; big5; conscientiousness; AZUF; ACS; Lehrer; ORGCOMMIT; ANLIEGEN; MRS; neurotizismus; extraversion; personal goals; personality
Erscheinungsjahr
2010
Zeitschriftentitel
Journal of Vocational Behavior
Band
77
Ausgabe
2
Seite(n)
246-254
ISSN
0001-8791
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/1900140

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Hülsheger UR, Maier GW. The careless or the conscientiousness: Who profits most from goal progress? Journal of Vocational Behavior. 2010;77(2):246-254.
Hülsheger, U. R., & Maier, G. W. (2010). The careless or the conscientiousness: Who profits most from goal progress? Journal of Vocational Behavior, 77(2), 246-254. doi:10.1016/j.jvb.2010.04.001
Hülsheger, U. R., and Maier, G. W. (2010). The careless or the conscientiousness: Who profits most from goal progress? Journal of Vocational Behavior 77, 246-254.
Hülsheger, U.R., & Maier, G.W., 2010. The careless or the conscientiousness: Who profits most from goal progress? Journal of Vocational Behavior, 77(2), p 246-254.
U.R. Hülsheger and G.W. Maier, “The careless or the conscientiousness: Who profits most from goal progress?”, Journal of Vocational Behavior, vol. 77, 2010, pp. 246-254.
Hülsheger, U.R., Maier, G.W.: The careless or the conscientiousness: Who profits most from goal progress? Journal of Vocational Behavior. 77, 246-254 (2010).
Hülsheger, U. R., and Maier, Günter W. “The careless or the conscientiousness: Who profits most from goal progress?”. Journal of Vocational Behavior 77.2 (2010): 246-254.
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