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Alavi S, Kazemizadeh H. The Influence of Leadership Styles on the Govermental Employees' Stress with Regard to Their Personality. CPAP. 2008; 1 (31) :1-14
URL: http://cpap.shahed.ac.ir/article-1-350-en.html

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The goal of this research is to determine the effect of the leadership styles on the personnel’s stress with regard to their personalities in the governmental offices of Kerman. “The expost facto research method” was used to accomplish this goal. The means for obtaining the necessary data was “questionnaire”. The statistical population was the personnel of the governmental offices of Kerman from this population. 750 persons were chosen by simple random sampling from this population. The results of the research indicate that the exploitative-authoritative leadership style is effective on increasing the stress of the personnel who have type A and B personalities, and the benevolent authoritative leadership style is effective on increasing the stress of the personnel who have type A personality, however, this style is not effective on the stress of the personnel who have type B personality. Moreover, the participative leadership style is effective on decreasing the stress of the personnel who have type A and B personalities
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