||In the face of the global competition and the impact of the overall economic structure, Taiwan’s financial industry has actively used a variety of technologies in addition to accelerating the adjustment of management physique, changing organizational patterns, designing diversified products, and improving various service functions. Incentive benefits system to attract quality talent. However, modern financial professionals are also facing the tests of demographic changes, destructive innovation in information technology, continuous decline in interest rates on the economy, and the compression of the workplace environment, which are ruthless and severe tests. Apart from constantly improving their professional knowledge and skills, Always face the requirements of the supervisor, it is often in a high state of stress. The duties of supervisors are mainly to enhance the organizational performance of the company. Another responsibility is to assist the subordinates to exert their expertise and ability to achieve the set performance goals. The role of the supervisor is the key to actually lead the members to implement, implement, and effect the results. Therefore, the personality traits and leadership styles of the supervisors directly affect the interactions with the subordinates, and affect the individual′s work performance. Many studies have shown that employee perception executives show that conversion leadership has a positive impact on the performance of employees. On the other hand, studies have also shown that the personality traits shown by supervisors will enhance the performance of employees. Therefore, this study wants to investigate the impact of transitional leadership style on job performance, and takes personality traits as a regulatory variable, and adopts a sampling method and uses an online survey form. The object of the study is to target J financial holding company’s securities subsidiary. Statistical software SPSS was used for statistical analysis. There were a total of 314 valid questionnaires.|
The results of this study show that there is a significant correlation between the transitional leadership demonstrated by employee perception executives and the performance of their employees. That is, when the transitional leadership styles displayed by employees′ perception executives are more motivated and encouraged, the performance of employees′ performance the better it will be; there is also a significant correlation between the personality traits perceived by employees’ perception executives and the performance of their employees. The better the personality traits perceived by employees’ perception executives, the better the employee’s job performance will be, but the personality traits do not have regulatory effects.
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