The relationship between work-family conflict and family-work conflict, and self-esteem and emotional intelligence among managers
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Gliwny, M. (2020). The relationship between work-family conflict and family-work conflict, and self-esteem and emotional intelligence among managers. Zeszyty Naukowe Małopolskiej Wyższej Szkoły Ekonomicznej w Tarnowie, 45(1), 137-151.
Abstract: There is no doubt that today professional roles and family life are in-terpenetrating spheres. The aim of the study was to analyze the relationship be-tween work-family conflict (WFC) and family-work conflict (FWC) as well as emotional intelligence and self-esteem in the group of people employed in man-agerial positions. Participants were 217 managers (102 women and 115 men). Role conflict has been measured with a Polish version of a questionnaire “Work–Family and Family-Work Conflict Scales” Netemeyer, Boles, McMur-rian; emotional intelligence has been measured with Polish “Test of Emo-tional Intelligence” (TIE) Śmieja and others; self-esteem has been measured with a Polish adaptation of a “Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale—SES” Dzwonkowska and others. Self-esteem coexists with emotional intelligence of the subjects and is an intermediary variable, mediating in relation to emo-tional intelligence with role conflicts. The research results show that there are no correlations between role conflicts and the age of the managers, their seniority and the number of directly subordinate employees.
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