The Mediation Role of Strategic Influence in The Relationship Between Personality and Performance

Dwita Darmawati


This article aims to develop a model related to influence strategy provide a more comprehensive of
mechanism of the relationship between personality and performance. By reviewing related theories
and result of previous research, a model is developed that connect personality with influence
startegy and performance. To test the significance of the model, empirical research is needed.
Keywords:Hard strategy, rational strategy, soft strategy, personality, performance

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