- HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT. McBain, Richard // Henley Manager Update;Winter2000, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p22
Discusses the importance of feelings or emotions in human resources management. Role of emotions during organizational transformations; Details on emotions and the process of coping; Influence of moods on performance ratings; Role of emotional intelligence in the leadership process.
- How to. . . . . .manage emotions at work. Briner, Rob // People Management;11/21/2002, Vol. 8 Issue 23, p53
Presents tips on managing emotions at work. Definition of emotions; Role of the human resource department in managing emotions at work; Importance of emotions to employees.
- The higher forms of hiring the right and best person. Gitomer, Jeffrey // Grand Rapids Business Journal;11/24/2008, Vol. 26 Issue 48, p11
The author highlights his views on hiring the right and best job candidate. He argues that hiring the right person for a job is always subject to the human factor. He recommends asking applicants about their growing-up history, their likes and dislikes in order to know their emotions and...
- Facing Your Anger. Shunk, Gary S. // T+D;Oct2003, Vol. 57 Issue 10, p65
The article presents information on managing anger and using it productively. Anger is a protective emotion prompted by a triggering event, such as documents not being completed in time for a meeting. A perceived threat causes an imbalance in your natural homeostasis, forcing an emotional...
- ENGAGE the RAGE. Percy, Phillip M. // American Nurseryman;9/1/2001, Vol. 194 Issue 5, p51
Explains how employers can effectively handle angry employees by maintaining open lines of communication. Addressing an outburst in a private meeting; Discussion of issues calmly; Sufficient time to prepare for a meeting; Family issues; Avoiding name-calling.
- The Effects of Autonomy and Empowerment on Employee Turnover: Test of a Multilevel Model in Teams. Dong Liu; Shu Zhang; Lei Wang; Thomas W. Lee // Journal of Applied Psychology;Nov2011, Vol. 96 Issue 6, p1305
Extending research on voluntary turnover in the team setting, this study adopts a multilevel self-determination theoretical approach to examine the unique roles of individual and social-contextual motivational precursors, autonomy orientation and autonomy support, in reducing team member...
- Emotional Filtering in Strategic Change. Quy Nguyen Huy // INSEAD Working Papers Collection;2007, Issue 21, p1
Based on the findings from a three-year field study of a large firm undergoing strategic change, I build theory by describing how recipient employees emotionally responded to executives' actions. Emotional filtering is defined as change recipients' emotionally charged interpretations of agents'...
- Which road do you take in an office conflict? Adkins, Ben // Fort Worth Business Press;7/11/2003, Vol. 16 Issue 27, p9
Presents several approaches to resolve work conflicts. Effects of yelling and screaming on employees; Importance of controlling one's emotions; Use of listening skills in dealing with conflicts.
- Smile like Irwin: Creating a fun environment at work. Pollack, Irwin // Fort Worth Business Press;10/22/2004, Vol. 17 Issue 43, p39
This article discusses the importance of creating a fun work environment for the employees in the management of business enterprises. Information on the business enterprises that provide fun environment is provided. The benefit of providing a fun workplace is discussed. Suggested ideas for...