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Komparácia názorov na sociálnu zrelosť u denných a externých študentov

Misun, Juraj and Misunova Hudakova, Ivana (2014): Komparácia názorov na sociálnu zrelosť u denných a externých študentov. Published in: Manažment podnikania a vecí verejných - Dialógy , Vol. 9, No. 24 (June 2014): pp. 93-107.

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Abstract

The term social maturity becomes currently more and more important, because egoism, pursuit of wealth, shoddy and unscrupulous people are today dominating. Thanks to these qualities of humans, organizations and society as a whole, we can determine the nature of people and their personality. This is also working in the professional life, because character qualities of management subjects constitute the top of social maturity. Social maturity belongs to one of the three pillars of the holistic managerial competence and represents the key pillar. The other two are manager knowledge and application skills. Social maturity is a conscious or unconscious observance of basic human principles of behavior, enabling them to maintain the holistic of personality. A human being becomes social mature through qualities that he/she receives either through genetic heritability or through the environment in which he/she raises and education. The main groups of these qualities are character properties, will qualities, cognitive qualities, creative qualities, qualities of temperament, emotional qualities, somatic – physical qualities and somatic – spiritual qualities. Through the questionnaire method, we examined opinions of management subjects on each of the three pillars of the holistic managerial competence. Exact 300 respondents from Slovakia and the Czech Republic belonged either to a group of managers, full-time or part-time students. The aim of the paper is a comparison of views of full-time and part-time students on issues of social maturity.

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