Paper Information

Journal:   A RESEARCH QUARTERLY IN MILITARY MANAGEMENT   SPRING 2015 , Volume 15 , Number 57 #L0074; Page(s) 1 To 22.
 
Paper: 

AN INVESTIGATION OF THE EFFECTIVE FACTORS ENHANCING THE INTERACTIONAL SKILLS OF COMMANDERS WITH SOLDIERS AFFILIATED TO THE MILITARY TRAINING CENTERS OF THE GROUND FORCE OF IRANIAN ARMY

 
 
Author(s):  ESKANDARI KARIM, GHASSABI KHOUSHE MEHR NAGHI
 
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Abstract: 

This study was run in a bid to investigatethe effective factors enhancing the interactional skills of commanders with soldiers affiliated to the military training centers of the Ground Force of Iranian Army in Tehran. To do so, due to the limitation of statistical population, the study was conducted through engaging total population of 82 company and battalion commanders affiliated to the military training centers of the Ground Force of Iranian Army. This study was also run through administering a valid and reliable questionnaire for data collection. To analyze the data, both descriptive and inferential statistics were run. Descriptive statistic was run in terms of data reduction, stratification and interpretation. To test research hypothesis, the inferential statistic was run through Spearman test, Pearson r and Stepwise Regression Analysis. The findings revealed that there is no significant correlation between demographic characteristics and interactional skills of commanders with soldiers affiliated to the military training centers of the Ground Force of Iranian Army in Tehran. Meanwhile, there is significantly positive correlation between organizational, environmental and individual factors and interactional skills of commanders with soldiers. Moreover, in terms of variance in the first stage of analysis, individual factors (28%) and on the second stage, environmental and organizational factors 35 percent of total variance of interactional skills of commanders with soldiers were indicated.

 
Keyword(s): INTERACTIONAL SKILLS, DISCOURSE SKILL, LISTENING SKILL, FEEDBACK SKILL
 
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