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  • Cilliers, Frans; Wissing, M.P. (OpenJournals Publishing, 1979)
    The TAT-Z, a projection test for Black males, is investigated for predicting achievement motivation in the employment situation. Positive results are reported on 3 of the 10 cards (nos. 4, 6 and 9) of the TAT-Z. ...
  • Cilliers, Frans (AOSIS Open Journals Publishing, 1982-06)
    Staff development as a function of the industrial psychologist tries to educate and train the individual worker to become a more self-actualising and integrated individual. The process used involves the identification ...
  • Cilliers, Frans (OASIS, 1985-12)
    The assessment of management skills, as a technique neglected by the nursing profession, is discussed. It forms a logical starting point to management training and development, and can be defined as a technique to pinpoint ...
  • Cilliers, Frans (OASIS OpenJournals, 1992)
    The aim of this study is to discuss the role of the nursing teacher as facilitator of psychological growth m the student, with reference to personality characteristics and skills. A facilitation skills programme is applied ...
  • Cilliers, Frans; Wissing, M.P. (OASIS OpenJournals, 1993)
    Intern-personal effectiveness in management is conceptualised as sensitive relationship forming with respect, realness, empathy and concreteness are core behavioural dimensions. As concurrent characteristics to these skills, ...
  • Cilliers, Frans (OASIS OpenJournals, 1995)
    Since the last visit to South Africa by Carl Rogers and Ruth Sanford in 1986, many businesses in the country showed enthusiasm to train person-centered facilitators as change agents for the post-apartheid South Africa. ...
  • Van Der Westhuizen, Sanet; Rothmann, S (1999)
    ABSTRACT Job satisfaction is a complex variable and is in£uenced by situational factors of the job environment as well as dispositional characteristics of an individual.The aim of this study was to determine the possible ...
  • Van der Spuy, Melt Sybrand (1999-11)
    The aim of this research is to develop a conceptual model consisting of factors which were associated with managerial success in a changing environment and to investigate its predictive validity. This "Successful Manager ...
  • Cilliers, Frans (Open Journals, 2000)
    The aim of this research is to measure the impact of a psychodynamic, Tavistock stance, team building event. Consultants offer interpretations in the form of working hypotheses about what is happening in the here-and-now. ...
  • Cilliers, Frans (Open Journals Publishing, 2000)
    This research aims to develop the facilitation skills of trainers. Facilitation is defined from the Person-Centered approach, as providing an opportunity for the trainee to experience personal growth and learning. A ...
  • Cilliers, Frans; Terblanche, L. (OASIS OpenJournals, 2000)
    Using the pcrson-centered approach, facilitation in this study was conceptualised as providing opportunities for personal growth in the patient, and operationalised in a skills workshop for 40 nurses from different ...
  • Martins, Nico (2000)
    Die studie ondersoek die verhouding tussen die Groot Vyf (''Big Five'') persoonlikheidsdimensies en bestuurspraktyke en die dimensie van vertroue tussen bestuur en werknemers. Die Groot Vyf dimensies is konsensieusheid, ...
  • Martins, E.C.; Martins, Nico (Osgard Media, 2001)
  • Dicks, H.; Smith, N.; Martins, Nico (Osgard Media, 2001)
  • Martins, E.C.; Martins, Nico (Osgard Media, 2001)
  • Cilliers, Frans (Open Journals, 2001)
    This research measured the role that sense of coherence (SOC) plays on an individual and group level during group relations training, presented to ¢fty-eight managers, using Antonovsky’s scale and an semi-structured ...
  • Martins, Nico (2001)
    Consumers’ concerns about conducting electronic business transactions and the risks involved have a vital impact on the transition of electronic business. This paper deals mainly with consumers’ willingness to conduct ...
  • Van Der Westhuizen, Sanet; Cilliers, Frans (2001)
    I-O psychology has been concerned with stress and its effects on the workforce for many years (Selye, 1956; 1974). This focus on disease and the vulnerabilities of the individual, studied from a pathogenic paradigm, was ...
  • Martins, E.C.; Martins, Nico (Osgard Media, 2002)
    Changing technology is driving the next generation of organisational surveys. As more and more employees are becoming computer literate and have access to PCs, e-mail/web surveys are increasingly becoming a major alternative ...
  • Steinmann, N.; Martins, Nico (Osgard Media, 2002)

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