THE IMPACT OF PROACTIVE-PERSONALITY ON INNOVATIVE WORK BEHAVIOR AND WORK ENGAGEMENT IN THE UAE AVIATION INDUSTRY.

  • Sultan Salem Alshamsi University of Dubai
  • Kamarul Zaman Bin Ahmad University of Dubai
Keywords: Work Engagement, Innovative work behavior, Proactive Personality, Management, Organizational Behavior

Abstract

The objective of this research is to examine the relationship between Proactive Personality, innovative work behavior, and work engagement. The sample consists of 220 respondent managers in the Aviation Industry in the UAE. Results of Structural Equation Modelling using SmartPLS revealed that there are significant relationships between Proactive Personality and innovative work behavior, and between Innovative Work Behavior and Work Engagement.

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Author Biography

Sultan Salem Alshamsi, University of Dubai

Corresponding Author

s0000000079@ud.ac.ae

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Published
2019-03-02

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