Do I See Us Like You See Us? Consensus, Agreement, and the Context of Leadership Relationships A Special Issue of the European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology
Time and Change in Teams
Conflict in Organizations: Beyond Effectiveness and Performance A Special Issue of the European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology
Qualitative Methods in Organizational Research and Practice A Special Issue of the European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology
Expertise At Work A Special Issue of the European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology
By Birgit Schyns, David V. Day
August 19, 2010
The quality of relationships between leaders and followers continues to be a relevant topic for researchers and practitioners. The importance of that relationship cannot be overestimated because it is a lens through which followers view their entire work experience. Also, the relationship between ...
By Bertolt Meyer, Christine Gockel, Robert Roe, Franziska Tschan
January 08, 2013
This special issue focuses on temporal dynamics in teams. Drawing on the distinction between differential and temporal (or variable vs. process) research, recent theories and research practices in the field of team research are discussed to better understand the gap between research objectives and ...
By Carsten De Dreu, Bianca Beersma
May 07, 2008
Conflict theory and research has traditionally focused on conflict management strategies, in relation to individual and work team effectiveness and productivity. Far less attention has been devoted to 'soft' outcomes including job satisfaction, organizational commitment, turnover intentions, and ...
By Fred R H Zijlstra, Sabine Sonnentag
July 26, 2006
Research on work and health has mostly focused on the stress caused by the work situation and by job characteristics. However, recovering from the daily strain is also important to maintain a healthy balance between work and private life. Recovery is assumed to take place in people’s private (after...
By Catherine Cassell, Rosie Dickson, Gillian Symon
January 30, 2001
The aim of this issue is to bring together the latest research and practice using qualitative methods in European work and organizational psychology. Work psychology research and practice has traditionally been dominated by the use of quantitative methods. However, the last few years have seen an ...
By Schmidt-Brasse, Sabine Sonnentag
January 01, 1999
Employees' expertise and competence are among the important success factors of today's work organizations. This special issue focuses on expertise and excellent performance within work settings, addressing questions such as: How do excellent performers proceed when accomplishing work tasks? Which ...
By Dieter Zapf University of Konstanz, Germany; Heinz Leymann Sveriges Rehabilitation Centre AB Violen, Sweden.
September 01, 1996
Mobbing bullying or harassment, a severe form of social stressor at work, has become a topic of widespread public interest in several European countries. Mobbing includes minor social conflicts such as socially isolating a person, rumours, or giving somebody a bad name, but also major conflicts ...