alexa Abstract | The relation between time management and organizational effectiveness and stress coping styles of sport and youth directorate staffs

European Journal of Experimental Biology
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Abstract

Nowadays, time management is regarded as one of the effective management principles requiring the recognition of effective factors on reactions to stressful events and has significant role in controlling the stress of employees and staffs. Based on this, the main objective of this study is to investigate the relationship between time management and organizational effectiveness and the stress coping styles employed by employees of sport and youth directorate of Alborz province. This is a descriptive correlational study done through field study. The sample includes all employees of sport and youth directorate of Alborz province, 140 employees completed the questionnaires. The measuring instruments of this study include Macan time management scale (1950), Hsu organizational effectiveness scale (2002) and Endler and Parker stress coping styles (1990). The results of Pearson correlation coefficient tests and multiple regression showed that there is meaningful relation between stress coping styles and time management among male employees, however, there is no meaningful relation between the stress coping styles and organizational effectiveness. Furthermore, the best predictor of stress coping styles is time management. Among female employees, there is no meaningful relation between stress coping styles, time management and organizational effectiveness. Moreover, time management and organizational effectiveness do not predict the stress coping styles. Within the employees, from time management and organizational effectiveness, targeting is meaningfully able to predict stress coping styles.

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Author(s): Elham Saeedi Mehdi kohandel and Seyed MohyAl din Bahari

Keywords

Time management, Organizational effectiveness, Stress coping styles

 
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