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The relationship between Myers-Briggs personality types and productivity among employees of the Iranian National Oil Products Distribution. QJCR. 2014; 13 (49) :41-57
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Abstract The purpose of this study was the relationship between personality characteristics and productivity among employees of the Iranian National Oil Products Distribution. The statistical population consisted of Tehran Products Distribution Company Employees. Sample was consisted of 127 people who were selected by stratified sampling. They answered following questionnaires: Myers-Briggs personality questionnaire and Achieve labor productivity Inventory. The results showed that there is a significant relationship between some personality types and level of productivity. There was a meaningful positive correlation between extroverted type, thinking type and level of productivity. There was a meaningful negative correlation between feeling type, intuitive type and level of productivity. But three personality types including sensing, Introverted, and Judging had no relationship with level of productivity. Moreover, ESTJ type (introverted, sensing, thinking, judging) and ISTJ type (extroverted, intuitive, sensing, judging) had the highest frequency. The findings indicate that by identifying personality type we can identify productive types and use these types for enhancing productivity of organization, and prevent human resource burnout by assigning them in appropriate vocational position. :

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Received: 2015/11/15 | Accepted: 2015/11/17 | Published: 2015/11/17

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