Effective team leadership may play an important part in reducing employee stress, while ineffective or ’laissez-faire’ leadership style may lead to increased depression in employees.
These are the findings of a study which was presented today, Wednesday 7 January at the British Psychological Society’s Division of Occupational Psychology Annual Conference at The Stratford Moathouse Hotel, Stratford-upon-Avon.
The study by Jonathon Bell and Dr Angela Carter of the Institute of Work Psychology, University of Sheffield, was based on a survey of NHS Operating theatre staff including surgeons and nursing staff. All the participants worked in teams with between 6-26 people, and they were all doing jobs that have high levels of stress and frequent sickness absence.
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