Relationships Between Emotional Stability, Psychosocial Mentoring Support and Career Resilience

Ridhi Arora, Santosh Rangnekar

Abstract


This study empirically investigates the mediating role of psychosocial mentoring support on emotional stability personality disposition and career resilience relationship. In addition, this research also focuses on estimating the interrelationship between emotional stability, psychosocial mentoring support and career resilience. The results show substantive direct relations between emotional stability and psychosocial mentoring as well as between emotional stability and career resilience. Psychosocial mentoring is also seen as a significant predictor of career resilience. Further, it mediates partially the relationship between emotional stability personality and career resilience. Future and practical implications of research have also been provided.


Keywords


Big Five; emotional stability; mentoring; personality; career resilience

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https://doi.org/10.5964/ejop.v11i1.835

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