Impact of Interpersonal Communication Competence and Organizational Trust as Factors in Psychological Wellbeing
Having a good health is very paramount to any person because good health assures the person of life to do all other things that life may bring. This dream of having a good health is usually facilitated by workers in the health profession who work day and night to ensure that the health status of people is not compromised. In this circumstance, the psychological wellbeing of the people becomes very sacrosanct in achieving the good health of the people. The health practitioners must be good to be able to deliver on this privileged mandate of ensuring the good health of the people. Trust is also another important variable that helps in the realization of this assignment as any organization that does not have the requisite trust capital may not achieve much. Thus, proper interpersonal communication competence is very important in ensuring that the health of the people is safe guarded. Two hundred people participated in the research and they were drawn from hospitals in Imo state. The research adopted cross sectional survey design. Regression analysis was used in analyzing the data. Of note, the results indicate that the variables predicted psychological wellbeing. The implication confirms the importance of interpersonal communication competence and organizational trust are important for psychological wellbeing of medical practitioners. Efforts should be made by stakeholders and actors in the health sectors in ensuring maximum attention to issues concerning the manpower.
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