Motywacja osiągnięć, ciemna triada i zaangażowanie w pracę jako korelaty zachowań kontrproduktywnych
Romuald Derbis, Jakub Filipkowski
Rocznik: 2018 Tom: 24 Numer: 3
The main objective of this paper is exploration of mechanisms clarifying work behaviors commonly known as bad. Researchers call it Counterproductive Work Behaviors (CWB). Understanding of those processes can lead to theoretical conclusions that could help to minimize those behaviors in organizations. Presented research (N=138) was conducted to verify: 1) Goal Achievement Motivation, Dark Triad and Work Engagement as Counterproductive Work Behaviors predictors, 2) moderating role of Dark Triad and Work engagement for Counterproductive Work Behaviors. Additionally, we checked Narcissism as a mediator of Psychopathy and Machiavellianism with Counterproductive Work Behaviors. We used: Utrecht Work Engagement Scale (Szabowska-Walaszczyk, Zawadzka & Wojtaś, 2011), AGQ-r – Achievement Goal Questionnaire (Lipowska, 2016), CWB-c – Counteproductive Work Behavior – checklist (Baka, Derbis & Walczak, 2015) and Parszywa Dwunastka Questionnaire (Czarna & Jonason, 2016). Research was performed on a group of office workers. We assumed that this type of work can be connected with higher intensity of Counterproductive Work Behaviors. Results, that are discussed in the final part of this paper, were mostly consistent with hypothesis.