عنوان مقاله [English]
Background & Purpose: Awareness of oneself is an art of living and being and helps one to develop one's talents and strive to become. The present study aims to identify and prioritize the factors affecting human resource self-examination.
Methodology: This study is based on the purpose, application and in terms of data collection in the field of descriptive survey studies. The research method is sequential (qualitative-quantitative). Extraction of the pattern representing the determinants of self-examination by content analysis method and prioritization of them has been done by triangular fuzzy Delphi method. Qualitative stage data were collected through semi-structured interviews with 16 university professors specializing in human resources, organizational behavior, and psychology. In a small part, 50 managers of government organizations in Khorramabad city were surveyed using a questionnaire.
Findings: Twenty-four main categories were extracted as determinants of self-examination and categorized into individual and organizational factors. Prioritization of these categories also showed that self-confidence, self-confidence, goal setting, individual competence and organizational culture are the most important antecedents.
Conclusion: In order to facilitate the self-examination of employees, human resource managers need to strengthen the required individual and organizational backgrounds with a comprehensive view and in this way pay attention to the priority of the impact of these factors.