Karių komandos sutelktumo, pasitikėjimo komanda, suvokto kolektyvinio efektyvumo ir streso tarpusavio sąsajos

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Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Title:
Karių komandos sutelktumo, pasitikėjimo komanda, suvokto kolektyvinio efektyvumo ir streso tarpusavio sąsajos
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Tiltai [Bridges] [Brücken]. 2012, Nr. 3 (60), p. 81-98
Keywords:
LT
Karinės komandos sutelktumas; Karių patiriamas stresas; Pasitikėjimas komanda; Suvoktas kolektyvinis efektyvumas.
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Cohesion; Military stress; Military teams; Military teams cohesion; Perceived collective efficacy; Team trust.
Summary / Abstract:

LTNors nustatyta, kad darbas komandose susijęs su teigiamais psichologiniais padariniais, kalbant tiek apie karių komandas, tiek apie komandas apskritai, nevisiškai aišku, kurie kintamieji yra svarbiausi apibūdinant komandą ir kaip jie siejasi tarpusavyje. Šiuo tyrimu siekta ištirti sutelktumo, pasitikėjimo komanda, suvokto kolektyvinio efektyvumo ir tamyboje patiriamo streso tarpusavio sąsajas. Tyrime dalyvavo 160 Lietuvos profesinės karo tamybos karių. Nustatyta, kad egzistuoja statistiškai reikšmingos koreliacijos tarp suvokto kolektyvinio efektyvumo, sutelktumo ir pasitikėjimo komanda. Patiriamo streso lygis yra neigiamai susijęs su komandos sutelktumu ir pasitikėjimu ja. Taikant struktūrinių lygių modeliavimą patvirtintas modelis, kurį taikant galima prognozuoti kitų kintamųju (pasitikėjimo komanda, patiriamo streso, suvokto kolektyvinio efektyvumo) įverčius. [Iš leidinio]

ENEven though it is established, that team work is associated with positive psychological findings (higher engagement in organizational matters, higher satisfaction with work, better performance results), but it is still not clear, which variables describing the teams, and the military teams in particular, are the most important and how they relate to each other. The aim of this research was to investigate the interaction between team trust, cohesion, perceived collective efficacy and stress in the military settings. 160 military men of professional service took part in this research. They had to fill in two questionnaires, specially created for this research (Military Stress Questionnaire, The Questionnaire of the Perceived Collective Military Efficacy) and two scales, designed by the other authors (Perceived Cohesion Scale, Intrateam Trust Scale). It was estimated that there is positive correlation between cohesion and perceived collective efficacy (r = 0.417, p <0.01), as well as between cohesion and team trust (r = 0.521, p <0.01). Military stress level is negatively related to cohesion (r = -0.269, p <0.01) and team trust (r = -0.155, p <0.05). Contrary to the hypothesis, there were found no statistically significant correlations between collective efficacy and stress. Using structural equation modeling (SEM) the model in which cohesion level predicts other variables (team trust, collective efficacy and stress) was confirmed. [From the publication]

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1392-3137; 2351-6569
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