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Effect Of Integrated Yoga On Agreeableness And Performance Of Employees


  • Chokkalingam
  • Sony Kumari
  • K.B. Akhilesh
  • H.R. Nagendra


The personality of employees determine the performance of employee. Agreeableness is one of the Big Five Personality traits which affects the performance of employee. An empirical study is made to assess the effect of practicing Integrated Yoga on personality traits,including agreeableness of employee. 51 employees are given Yoga Intervention for four months and another 51 employees are not given any intervention. Using Big Five Personality Inventory, data is collected before, in the middle, and at the end of the study. The analysis of data using SPSS showed that agreeableness among employees in Integrated Yoga Intervention group improved significantly (p

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  • Chokkalingam & Sony Kumari & K.B. Akhilesh & H.R. Nagendra, 2015. "Effect Of Integrated Yoga On Agreeableness And Performance Of Employees," Working papers 2015-06-13, Voice of Research.
  • Handle: RePEc:vor:issues:2015-06-13

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