creative attitude

  • Dimorphic outlook on children’s creative attitudes on the verge of education application of creative and re-constructive attitudes rating scale (spto)

    Author: Katarzyna Krasoń, Jolanta Bonar
    Author: Joanna Garbula, Elżbieta Jaszczyszyn
    Author: Agnieszka Nowak-Łojewska, Anna Tyl
    Author: Małgorzata Łączyk, Iwona Kopaczyńska
    Author: Agnieszka Olczak, Aleksandra Różańska
    Year of publication: 2015
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    Pages: 285-299
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    PDF: tner/201504/tner20150424.pdf

    This study has been devoted to creative attitudes represented by 6-7-year old children, evaluated by the creative and re-constructive attitudes rating scale (SPTO)1. The central focus was to relate differences in attitudes among children commencing their education at the age of 6 to those who had started their school attendance before the reform (at the age of 7). An attempt was made to answer the question whether pupils differing in the year of birth, joined within one school form, would generate any disruption of their potential creativity. A complementary issue was to evaluate the level of creative attitudes along the dimorphic pattern.

  • Postawa twórcza pracowników organizacji a ich nadzieja na sukces

    Author: Małgorzata Anna Kuśpit
    Institution: Uniwersytet Marii Curie-Skłodowskiej w Lublinie
    Year of publication: 2021
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    Pages: 226-242
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    PDF: kie/133/kie13313.pdf

    The creative attitude of employees of the organization and their hope for success

    The article analyses the relationship between the creative attitude of the employees of the organization and their hope for success. 20 people holding managerial and executive positions in organizations of a service and production profile in south-eastern Poland participated in the study. There were 66 women and 54 men among the respondents. The research used the Creative Behaviour Questionnaire - KANH (Bernacka, Popek, Gierczyk, 2016) and the Questionnaire of Hope-KNS (Łaguna, Trzebiński, Zięba, 2005). The research results obtained indicate the existence of positive relationships between the creative attitude and its dimensions: conformity - non-conformity, algorithmic-heuristic behaviour and the general level of hope for success and its components: willpower and the ability to find solutions. Hope for success manifests itself in thought processes and concrete action. Therefore, in new surprising situations, creative people do not give up, but overcome obstacles in the pursuit of the desired goal, are characterized by the ability to look for solutions. The study results may be important for increasing the effectiveness of activities in the organization, especially in the situation of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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