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. (2007): The Influence of Personality Traits and Persuasive Messages on Entrepreneurial Intention. Career Development International 12(4): 382–396. Reardon K. K. The Influence of

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The promotion of educational standards and the rising independent awareness of females, females are gradually taking a place in the employment market. Industrial structure evolution and social transformation have the societies in Taiwan change from traditional manufacturing to hi-tech, information, and food service industries. Demands for human resources therefore become different from the past that lots of employment opportunities were indirectly created for females. Regarding the labor participation rate, the increasing female engagement in workplaces has enhanced the generation of female leadership. The unique female personality traits could assist female managers in forming unique management styles in business management. Aiming at Wowprime, total 650 copies of questionnaires are distributed, and 477 valid copies are retrieved, with the retrieval rate 73%. The results conclude 1. positive effects of leadership on teamwork, 2. positive effects of teamwork on organizational performance, and 3. positive effects of leadership on organizational performance. The results are expected to help the leadership of female managers in catering industry.

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. Ebstrup , J.F. et al. ( 2011 ). Association between the Five Factor personality traits and perceived stress: is the effect mediated by general self-efficacy ? Anxiety, Stress & Coping , 24 ( 4 ), 407 – 419

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context: The moderating role of personality traits . Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services , 17 ( 1 ), 73 – 79 . Alejandro , T.B. , Souza , D.V. , Boles , J.S. , Ribeiro , Á

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– Zacharakis 2011 ). For analysing the ideation phase and the first stages of entrepreneurial innovation the entrepreneurship, opportunity research and innovation literatures offer different approaches. The personality-trait approach emphasizes the personal

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, S. K. ( 1999 ): Misperceiving Negotiation Counterparts: When Situationally Determined Bargaining Behaviors are Attributed to Personality Traits . Journal of Personality and Social Psychology , 77 ( 1 ): 52 – 67

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investigating the labour market hypotheses concerning an individual's personality traits, families and schools. 1 Heckman et al. (2006) reported that non-cognitive skills (personality traits) coupled with cognitive skills affect initial personal endowments as

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While workplace communication is a well-established field in communication studies, empirical research based on samples of communication processes taking place in actual organisations is still scarce. Although a distinct line of research on meetings has recently emerged and established itself as “meeting science”, another ubiquitous communication setting, regarding business presentations have received far less attention. In this paper, we argue that a general-purpose theory and a corresponding measuring instrument for the evaluation of the impression made by a presentation on the audience would greatly enhance our understanding of the factors that determine the efficiency of presentations. We present the theoretical framework and the indicators in such an inventory, which we have developed based on the educational literature on public speaking. The construction of this instrument also generated a set of hypotheses about how a speaker’s personality traits may be related to various aspects of the impression made by the speaker.

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61 78 Kim, Y.G. - Suh, B.W. - Eves, A. (2010): The Relationships between Food-Related Personality Traits, Satisfaction, and Loyalty among Visitors Attending Food Events and

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Peltokorpi, V. - Froese, F.J. (2012): The Impact of Expatriate Personality Traits on Cross-cultural Adjustment: A Study with Expatriates in Japan. International Business Review , 21(4): 734–746. Froese F

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