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2019 | 3-4(128) „Nowe trendy i różnorodność w bezpieczeństwie pracy" | 121-138
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Prężność psychiczna i orientacja pozytywna a wydajność pracowników. Rola psychologicznego zespołowego klimatu bezpieczeństwa

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Psychological Resiliency, Positive Orientation, and Job Performance: The Role of the Psychological Team Safety Climate
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Organizacje, które swoje funkcjonowanie oparły na działaniu zespołów, osiągają wyższą efektywność i lepiej radzą sobie z rozwiązywaniem problemów. Istotne znaczenie ma klimat pracy, który determinuje chęć członków do współpracy zarówno na rzecz realizacji zadań, jak i wzajemnego wsparcia (por. Edmondson, 1999; Huang i wsp., 2014; Zohar, Luria, 2005). Celem badań jest określenie związków między zasobami osobistymi w postaci orientacji pozytywnej i prężności psychicznej a psychologicznym klimatem bezpieczeństwa w zespole oraz wydajnością w pracy. Analiza statystyczna potwierdziła pozytywne związki wszystkich zmiennych w modelu oraz ujawniła, że orientacja pozytywna i prężność psychiczna stanowią istotne statystycznie predyktory wydajności, a także że psychologiczny klimat bezpieczeństwa w zespole pełni rolę częściowego mediatora w tej relacji.
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Organizations that have based their functioning on teamwork achieve higher effectivity and are better at resolving problems. Work climate is of great importance as it determines employee willingness to work in a team both to accomplish tasks and for mutual support (compare with Edmondson, 1999; Huang et al., 2013; Zohar and Luria, 2005). The aim of the study was to investigate the relationships between personal resources (in the form of positive orientation and resiliency), psychological team safety climate, and job performance. Statistical analysis has confirmed positive correlations among all variables in the model. Positive orientation and psychological resilience are significant predictors of efficiency as well as the psychological safety climate in the team, which serve as a partial mediator in this relationship.
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121-138
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2019-06-15
Contributors
  • Zakład Psychologii Pracy i Organizacji w Instytucie Psychologii Uniwersytetu Śląskiego w Katowicach, mateusz.paliga@us.edu.pl
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  • Zakład Psychologii Pracy i Organizacji w Instytucie Psychologii Uniwersytetu Śląskiego w Katowicach, anita.pollak@apagroup.pl
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