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The relationship between emotional intelligence, emotional labour, organisational support and job satisfaction

Research Briefing

Keywords: emotional intelligence, emotion, emotion regulation, emotional labour, organisational support, perceived organisational support, job satisfaction Many organisations these days require employees to engage in emotional labour, which is the requirement for individuals to display certain emotional facets, such as happiness or enjoyment, and not to display other emotions that the individual may be feeling. Whilst […]

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The Leadership Taboo, Managing future uncertainty and more in this month’s Oxford Review

The Oxford Review Vol2 No1

In Volume 3 Number 1… The downside of employee loyalty Keywords: employee loyalty, job tension, inter-professional dysfunction and collaboration, well-being Employee loyalty is not a one way street. A new study finds a bit of a hole in previous studies of employee loyalty and aims to fill that gap. In doing so they discover that […]

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The Oxford Review Volume 3 No 2

The Oxford Review Vol3 No2

In this month’s Oxford Review (sent to members) there are 12 new research briefings: Contents: Barriers to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and the role of HR Contextual leadership Culture change through moral dialogue Developing good employee voice behaviours How our beliefs change the impact of our emotions Everything you need to know about circle mapping […]

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The Oxford Review Vol 3 Number 4

The Oxford Review Vol 3 Number 4

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 […]

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The Oxford Review Volume 3 Number 6

Oxford Review Volume 3 No 6

In this month’s Oxford Review What can coaches learn from positive psychology?.. 5 The psychology of boredom and what predicts it. 11 The problem with integrating evidence-based practice. 16 The impact of leader-member exchange (LMX) on organisational citizenship behaviours; the role of organisational job embeddedness   20 The impact of emotions, beliefs and values on LMX (leader-member […]

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The leadership development taboo: Developing charismatic leadership

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Keywords: Charismatic leadership, charisma, emotion, moral emotion, followers, leader attributes At least in terms of leadership development, the idea of charismatic leadership has waxed and waned over the years and has definitely been the poorer relation to other forms of leadership, such as transformational and servant leadership. In terms of peer reviewed research publication volume, […]

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How our perceptions affect our well-being

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Keywords: cognitive outlook, perceptions, attention, well-being, emotion, optimism, positive emotions, negative emotions, pessimism, memory, self-esteem, self-determination, attributional style, ruminative style Our cognitive outlook and perceptions, or how we construe things, can have a significant impact on a range of outcomes. For example, people with a generally positive outlook tend to have higher satisfaction ratings for […]

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Should job applicants display excitement or calmness? The importance of ideal affect

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Keywords: recruitment, recruiting, emotion, emotional display, emotion display, ideal affect, culture, organisational culture Displays of emotion in the workplace are interesting as it tells us a lot about the culture and acceptance of emotional displays within an organisation. Organisations are notorious for allowing certain displays of emotion and frowning upon others. What is and isn’t […]

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The psychology of boredom and what predicts it

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Keywords: boredom, boring, emotion, psychology, attention, meaning, motivation, organisational development, workplace boredom We have probably all had boring jobs and been bored at work or at other places and times at some point in our lives. What is boredom and how does it work? The psychology of boredom is anything but boring. Whilst not part of […]

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Do people prefer emotionally expressive or non-expressive service providers?

Research Briefing

Keywords: work psychology, emotion, emotional expression, perceptions, perceptions of emotion, emotional Labour In many organisations and industries ranging from service organisations like the police through to businesses like hotels and call centres, the actions of the public facing employee can have a dramatic impact on the customer’s relationship with that organisation. One important element is that […]

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