Definition of Job Maturity and Psychological Maturity in SLT

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Definition of Job Maturity and Psychological Maturity in SLT
Dominic M Manjengwa
What precisely is meant with job maturity and psychological maturity in the context of Situational Leadership Theory? Thanks for your help...
 

 
Job and Psychological Maturity in Situational Leadership Approach
Roger Shields, Management Consultant, United States, Member
Typical dimensions of job maturity in SL are:
  • Past job experience
  • Job knowledge
  • Problem-solving ability
  • Ability to take responsibility
  • Meeting job deadlines
The dimensions of psychological maturity are:
  • Willingness to take responsibility
  • Achievement motivation
  • Persistence
  • Work attitude
  • Independence
 

 
What is Job Maturity and Psychological Maturity in SLT?
bilqees bano, Student (MBA), United Kingdom, Member
@Roger Shields: It is really appreciated I really like your answer. As I am working on leadership assignment I got a much better knowledge.
 

 
Elements of Psychological Maturity in Situational Leadership
Jaap de Jonge, Management Consultant, Netherlands
 

     

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