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Volume 180, 20232023 International Conference on Education, Psychology and Cultural Communication (ICEPCC 2023)
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|Navigating Gender, Identity, and Social Constructs: A Multifaceted Exploration
|15 December 2023
The impact of personality traits on work performance
Kenneth P. Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences, University of Pittsburgh, PA, 15260, US
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With the growth and advancement of business, organizations are focusing more on the well-being of individual employees as this can improve work performance, and reach team goals more eﬀectively and eﬃciently. Studying the impact of employees’ individual diﬀerences of personality traits (PT) on work performance is one of the key research topics today. For their investigation on the relationship between the Big Five personality traits (BFPT) and job performance—which focuses on leadership, employee well-being, and employee burnout—researchers gathered data from a variety of studies. There is a lack of consensus regarding the relationships between BFPT and leadership, employee well-being, and employee burnout, despite research showing that PT have an impact on work performance. According to the study’s results, agreeableness, extraversion, and openness to new experiences all have a good impact on leadership and employee well-being and a negative impact on employee burnout. Conscientiousness does not have any signiﬁcant relationship with employee well-being. Neuroticism negatively aﬀects leadership and employee well-being, but it positively aﬀects employee burnout. Research has demonstrated that all ﬁve personalities are directly correlated to employees’ work performance. This is precisely because diﬀerent personalities have diﬀerent ways of dealing with interpersonal relationships, workload, and stress management, resulting in positive or negative impacts on their work performance.
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