Self-Leadership: Toward an Expanded Theory of Self-Influence Processes in Organizations
Tags: SELF-management (Psychology); LOCUS of control; INFLUENCE (Psychology); ORGANIZATIONAL behavior; SELF-control; PERFORMANCE management; MOTIVATION (Psychology); EMPLOYEE motivation -- Psychological aspects; PERFORMANCE standards; CONTROL (Psychology)
- Always getting the short end of the stick: The effects of negative affectivity on perceptions... Hochwarter, Wayne A.; Stepina, Lee P. // Journal of Managerial Issues;Winter96, Vol. 8 Issue 4, p457
Studies the relationship between negative affectivity (NA) and perception of pay, supervision, and job characteristic equity of managers in automobile industry. Equity theory in work motivation; Attitudes and behaviors of personnel; Significance of motivation to organizations; Subjectivity of NA.
- Self-Fulfilling Prophecy as a Management Tool: Harnessing Pygmalion. Eden, Dov // Academy of Management Review;Jan1984, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p64
A special case of self-fulfilling prophecy (SFP), the Pygmalion effect is the enhanced performance of subordinates of whom supervisors expect more. Pygmalion research in military and training situations is reviewed. Presented is a model of SFP at work involving supervisory expectancy,...
- Not All Organization-Based Self-Esteem is Created Equal: Sources and Consequences of OBSE Fragility. Knapp, Joshua R.; Hollensbe, Elaine C.; Enns-Gordon, Janelle R. // Journal of Organizational Psychology;Aug2012, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p82
Existing theory on organization-based self-esteem assumes that high levels of OBSE motivate employees to exhibit outcomes consistent with their OBSE level. That is, high OBSE employees are expected to think and act in a way reflecting a secure sense of high self-worth, consistently exhibiting...
- MK & RR.HH. Alcaide, Juan Carlos // Capital Humano;Sep2011, Vol. 24 Issue 257, p36
No abstract available.
- Great expectations. Schultz, Erich // Supervision;Jan99, Vol. 60 Issue 1, p10
Looks at several factors which help motivate employee performance. Communication problems in human resource development; Evaluation on the duties and responsibilities of employees; Employee contracts.
- Managerial Role Motivation and Role-related Ethical Orientation in Hong Kong. Ebrahimi, Bahman P.; Petrick, Joseph A.; Young, Sandra A. // Journal of Business Ethics;Aug2005 Part 1, Vol. 60 Issue 1, p29
Is there a relationship between the psychological construct of hierarchic managerial role motivation and the moral construct of role-related ethical orientation? In this study we examine this question using responses from a sample of 147 business students in Hong Kong. Managerial role motivation...
- How to become an influential manager. Keys, J. Bernard; Case, Thomas L. // Executive (19389779);Nov1990, Vol. 4 Issue 4, p38
Because of the increasing diversity of the goals and values of employees and their increasing interdependence, the effectiveness of formal authority is diminishing. It must be replaced with influence. In this article, we have summarized our research and that of others which have focused on...
- Control in Organizations: Individual Adjustment and Organizational Performance. Tannenbaum, Arnold S. // Administrative Science Quarterly;Sep62, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p236
This analysis focuses upon the control aspects of organizations. Organizations are characterized as orderly arrangements of individual human interactions, in which control is an essential ingredient. A major assumption is that the total amount of control or influence in an organization is not a...
- ASSESSING THE SUSTAINED EFFECTS OF A STRESS MANAGEMENT INTERVENTION ON ANXIETY AND LOCUS OF CONTROL. Rose, Robin L.; Vega, John F. // Academy of Management Journal;Mar1984, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p190
The article discusses a study which investigated the extent to which locus of control and anxiety level can be modified by a stress management intervention. This study intended to provide additional support to the efficacy of short term, cognitive-behavior intervention programs for anxiety...