Emotions at work: theory, research, and applications in management
In this book, the authors provide up-to-date thinking and research on the broad range of emotional experience in working environments with particular attention to the causes of emotional change, the consequences of emotional experience for individuals and their organisations, and the implications for effective strategies for managing individuals (including oneself) and organisations. Offers systematic coverage of the latest concepts of emotion and methods for research in organisations Includes scientific understanding and critique of the field as well as implications for organisational practice.
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Emotions at Work: Theory, Research and Applications for Management
Roy L. Payne,Cary L. Cooper
Limited preview - 2003
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