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2019 | 54 | 4 | 121-137
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Identification of Objective and Subjective Predictors of Professional Success in a Group of Employees in Managerial, Specialist and Operational Positions

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The aim of the presented study is to look for answers to the question about the relationship between: personality traits, general intelligence, political skills and objective and subjective career success. The study covered postgraduate students in management and related fields at the Kozminski University (173 people, 54% of whom were women and 43% were men) in managerial, specialist and operational positions. The auditorium type survey was conducted in the first half of 2017 and was quantitative in its character (correlation model). A set of psychometric techniques was used – psychological tests of Polish authors as well as adapted to Polish conditions.
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54
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4
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121-137
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2019-12-31
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bwmeta1.element.ojs-issn-1734-087X-year-2019-volume-54-issue-4-article-1835
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