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INFLUENCE OF PERSONALITY CHARACTERISTICS AND CAREER ATTITUDES ON FLIGHT CREW AND CABIN CREW CAREER RESILIENCE
Dear colleague,Commercial aviation is exceptional professional activity in which there always was demand for high-level professionals. However, in the current changed circumstances and facing crisis in commercial aviation, there is a need to re-estimate this area employee – professionals’ career resilience. The aim of this study is to assess flight crew and cabin crew personality factors, career attitudes relationships with career resilience in the context of crisis in commercial aviation. The study aims to deal emerging problem in commercial aviation sector by developing guidelines for aircraft pilots and crew members’ career resilience management based on personality factors and career attitudes.The survey is anonymous, researcher guarantees confidentiality of all study participants. Results collected during research are processed and used only summarized in academic activity to provide practical recommendations to human resource management department of research organization.Questionnaire is based on a globally used methodology. Questionnaire does not contain either correct or incorrect answers, but only participants' provisions towards career attitudes and personality traits assessment. Therefore it is very important that You would answer as it really is, what kind of personality You are and what are Your attitudes to Your career.If You`re interested in any questions, You can contact researcher Mindaugas Kazakevičius, Master of Management at ISM University of Management and Economics, by email: [email protected] questions, mark options that suit you best choosing: in demographic questions - one option, in question tables with statements - one answer option in each line.It may take up to 10 minutes to complete the questionnaire.Your opinion is very important!
Hello, We - Prof. Katri Liis Lepik and Dr. Audrone Urmanaviciene (Tallinn University) are conducting research in the framework of COST ACTION 18236 "Multi Disciplinary Innovation for Social Change" about Social/Policy Labs (hereafter- Labs) at Higher education institutions (hereafter- HEIs) and COVID crisis. The aim is to reveal how COVID 19 affected Labs' activities and impact creation. We would like kindly ask you to answer this online survey. Thank you for your time and cooperation!Kind regards,Prof. Katri Liis Lepik and Dr. Audrone UrmanavicieneSchool of Governance, Law and Society, Tallinn University
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