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Manager and Work Environment Fit Model

  • Cary L. Cooper
  • Judi Marshall

Abstract

In this chapter we shall draw on several of the themes already introduced to breathe life into the description of managerial stress. So far we have generated separately both the framework and the elements for a general model; it is now time to amalgamate these, look more closely at them and apply them to specific situations. In Chapter 1 a theoretical model which takes into account the crucial interaction of person with environment — ‘P: E fit’ — was described. Chapter 2 has now served to identify the elements, the characteristics of the individual and his job environment which are potential causes of stress (along with some of its agreed manifestations) in terms of which the model must be elaborated if it is to be specifically applied to managerial job stress. Figure 3.1 locates these elements in the general framework.

Keywords

Role Conflict Stress Profile Personality Profile High Anxiety Score Lower Managerial Level 
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© Cary L. Cooper and Judi Marshall 1978

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  • Cary L. Cooper
  • Judi Marshall

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