Big Five personality factors, hardiness, and social judgement, as predictors of leader performance
Author: Paul T. Bartone, Jarle Eid, Bjorn Helge Johnsen, Jon Christian Laberg, Scott A. Snook
Journal: Leadership & Organization Development Journal
Year: 2009, Volume: 30 Issue: 6
Publisher: Emerald Publishing Group Limited
This is the first study to examine the influence of psychological hardiness together with Big Five personality factors on leader performance. It identifies hardiness as an important predictor of leadership, while also showing that organizational context makes a difference for what Big Five personality factors influence leader performance: extroversion appears to be more influential in highly social and active work environments, whereas conscientiousness has greater salience in academic and business settings.
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