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The Effect of the PAIR Leadership Program on the Behavioral Change Will, Interpersonal efficacy, Self-Regulation for the Military Alternative Social Workers Maladjusted  

Lee, Jeong-Hwa (Dept. of Military and Police Counseling, Seoul Cyber University)
Lee, Jung-Won (Dept. of Military and Police Counseling, Seoul Cyber University)
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Journal of Digital Convergence / v.16, no.1, 2018 , pp. 117-124 More about this Journal
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effects of PAIR leadership program which can make one's own for solving problems of conflicts through understanding of self and the environmental. For this, the PAIR leadership were administered in 10 sessions for 60 minutes with 16 of the adjustment soldiers and 20 of the maladjustment soldiers of the military alternative social workers. The pre-post on the behavioral change will, interpersonal efficacy and the self-regulation level were assessed. The results were as the PAIR he maladjustment soldiers group reported significantly higher score on level of the behavioral change will, interpersonal efficacy and the self-regulation. Also the adjustment soldiers reported significantly on interpersonal efficacy and the self-regulation. This results suggest that the PAIR readership program can be applied effectively for promotion of the behavioral change will, the self-regulation.
PAIR leadership program; behavioral change will; Self-regulation; interpersonal efficacy; military alternative social workers;
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