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Research: What Influences Financial Advisers' Performance and Well-Being? Please help

Research supported by Loughborough University is examining how motivation and individual preferences relates to financial advisers’ performance, well-being, and voluntary contributions that are not part of contractual responsibilities. Previous research has examined this area, but these findings have purposely not been mentioned to avoid influencing your responses.

 

This online questionnaire is being conducted as part of a postgraduate research project in work psychology at Loughborough University. The researchers are Nick Highton and Dr Iain Coyne. In total, the questionnaire contains 50 items, and should take no longer than 10 minutes to complete. Please only complete the questionnaire if you are a financial adviser (level 4 or above).

Participation is strictly voluntary and all data is collected anonymously to ensure responses remain confidential. You are free to withdraw from the survey at any point - including after you have completed the survey - up until the data has been aggregated and submitted as part of a dissertation. Only the researchers and authorised persons from Loughborough University will be able to view the data collected. Data will be used for academic research only.

More information is provided at the start of the survey. If you have any further questions, feel free to email Nick (N.Highton-15@student.lboro.ac.uk) or Iain (I.J.Coyne@lboro.ac.uk).

 

Click here for survey link: https://lboro.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/questionnaire-motivation-in-financial-advisers 

Your participation is greatly appreciated.

 

Author: Philip Calvert
Posted: Monday, May 23, 2016 | 8:47:05 AM


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