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A study on the relationship between stress, leadership and turnover

25 July 2020

This study is part of an MSc Occupational & Organizational Psychology thesis. It is conducted in order to identify leadership practices of managers that would reduce the levels of stress and turnover intentions among their employees.


  • Age 18+
  • Currently employed

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Ethical approval

The research has been approved by the University of East London School of Psychology Research Ethics Committee. This means that my research follows the standard of research ethics set by the British Psychological Society.

About the researcher

Hi there!

I am an MSc Occupational & Organizational Psychology student at the University of East London. During my bachelor studies, I was very interested in stress and how detrimental it can be to individuals and organizations. I took this interest to my masters and combined it with leadership. Now, by conducting novel research, I set out to find if specific leadership behaviours can have an impact on the stress levels of their employees.

I invite you to take part in this study and help me find this out!

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