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The connection between core self-evaluation and career plateau of sports coach: A perspective of career construction theory
career adaptability,job control,moderated mediation,
|Publication Year :||2020|
|Abstract:||本研究以生涯建構理論為架構，旨在探討學校運動教練的核心自我評價、生涯適應、工作控制對職涯高原的影響效果。研究對象以臺灣地區公立學校之專任運動教練為對象，採取問卷調查方式進行資料收集，共計332份有效問卷，並以描述性統計、相關分析、多元階層迴歸進行統計分析。研究結果顯示：(一) 核心自我評價有助於個體提升生涯適應能力，並透過積極探索與實踐的生涯適應歷程，減緩個體職涯高原程度；(二) 工作控制能調節核心自我評價、生涯適應與職涯高原的關係，當個體的工作控制程度較高時，核心自我評價、生涯適應與職涯高原此中介脈絡的關係則越強。根據本研究結果建議將核心自我評價列為學校運動教練的觀察項目並給予輔導，且持續辨理定期培訓課程與研習、賦予較高的決策控制權限，以降低職涯高原發生的可能性。|
This research is based on the career construction theory and aims to examine the effects of core self-evaluation, career adaptability, and job control on career plateau of school sports coaches. The research object is the school sports coaches working in public schools in Taiwan. Using questionnaire as study tool and a total of 332 valid questionnaires were collected. In addition, we also use descriptive statistics, Pearson’s correlation analysis and multiple hierarchical regression to get Statistical Analysis. The results show the following two points: (1) The personality traits in core self-evaluation help individuals to improve their career adaptability. Also, through active exploration and practice of career adaptation, the degree of career plateau can be reduced. (2) Job control is found to be able to moderate the relationship between core self-evaluation, career adaptation, and career plateau. When individual has a high degree of job control, this strengthens the mediating effect of career adaptability in such correlation. At last, based on the results of this study, it is recommended to list the core self-evaluation as a measurement item of school sports coaches and provide care and guidance. Also continue to offer regular training courses, and give higher decision-making control authority to reduce the possibility of career plateaus.
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