Investigating the Relationship Between Mental Well- Being, Self-Leadership, Job Autonomy and Person-Job Fit
In the research, the relationship between mental well-being, self-leadership, job autonomy, and person-job fit was examined. The data used in the research were collected from 206 professional managers working in winter, nature and mountaineering sports clubs operating in the Eastern Anatolia Region, which have active licensed athletes. According to the results obtained from the research, while a positive and significant relationship was found between mental well-being and person-job fit, there was no significant relationship between other variables. On the other hand, it has been determined that there is a positive and significant relationship between self-leadership and job autonomy. It is expected that managers with high self-leadership attitudes will also have high job autonomy attitudes. Finally, it has been determined that there is a negative and significant relationship between self-leadership and person-job fit. Accordingly, sports managers who have high self-leadership attitudes have low person-job fit attitudes. The research contributes to the literature in terms of reflecting the cognitive attitudes and behaviors of professional sports managers in terms of the findings.
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