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In this month’s Oxford Review: How person-organisation fit impacts turnover intentions The effect of educational video on student engagement, critical thinking and learning The dynamics of victimisation Performance management in lean organisations – what actually works? Is CBT a clinically effective intervention in work settings? A new clinical study How to develop longer-lasting and higher […]Read more
In this edition: Research briefings on: Aligning servant leadership, strategy and structure Describing and measuring corporate compliance cultures Does transformational leadership lead to better job-crafting? If so why? Mixing different types of coaching Organisational digital storytelling: a medium for change Relational energy and leadership style The link between perfectionism and the impostor syndrome The research […]Read more
Keywords: Harassment, bullying, harassment and bullying policies, workplace harassment, workplace bullying, harassment strategies A new study by a multinational team of researchers from universities in New Zealand and Korea has looked at all of the recent research to do with workplace harassment. The study reviewed 3278 peer-reviewed articles and found that the most recent research […]Read more
Keywords: Victim, victimisation, bullying, aggressive behaviour, dyadic spiral, relationship There are two primary ways organisations, managers and researchers tend to think about victimisation. The first is by looking at the antecedents of the perpetrator in order to predict what attributes contribute to someone becoming an aggressor. The second perspective is to look at the victim […]Read more
Keywords: bullying, workplace bullying, organisational change, change, psychological contract Over the last six or seven years a number of research studies have discovered that organisational change programs are often accompanied by an increase in systematic and persistent workplace bullying, particularly in terms of devaluing employees’ work, motivations and efforts, as well as social isolation and […]Read more