Functionality, Intentionality and Morality / Edition 1 available in Hardcover
The field of research on affect and emotions in organizations is one that has garnered a great deal of enthusiastic attention and positive regard from scholars and practitioners alike. After little more than 10 years of research, organizational behavior scholars look to emotions as an important determinant of nearly every facet of workplace behaviour. The articles in this volume represent a selection of the best papers presented at the fifth International Conference on Emotions and Organizational Life (which was held in Atlanta, U.S.A, in August 2006), together with invited papers by some of the leading scholars in the field. The theme of this volume, Functionality, Intentionality and Morality, reflects an area of considerable importance in emotions research at this point in time. Collectively, the works presented expand our understanding of the boundary conditions of emotional influences in organizations, the ways in which emotions are intentionally used to influence organizational outcomes, the conditions that determine whether emotions influence to public detriment or good, and the what constitutes the moral and immoral use of emotions. The resulting commentary undoubtedly will assist scholars in focussing their research questions appropriately as well as provide guidance to managers and practitioners on the 'who, what, when, where and how' of emotions management.
Table of ContentsChapter 1 The End of Expressionism: A Conditional Approach to Bounded Emotionality in Organizations.
Chapter 2 The Use, Overuse, and Misuse of Affect, Mood, and Emotion in Organizational Research.
Chapter 3 Investigating the Emotional Basis of Charismatic Leadership: The Role of Leaders’ Positive Mood and Emotional Intelligence.
Chapter 4 Team Emotion Recognition Accuracy and Team Performance.
Chapter 5 Leveraging Emotions in Value Management of Brands and Products.
Chapter 6 The Intentional Use of Service Recovery Strategies to Influence Consumer Emotion, Cognition and Behavior.
Chapter 7 Leading with a Smile: The Influence of Managers’ Leadership Behavior on the Emotional Experience of Employees and Customers.
Chapter 8 Emotion Management in Cross-Cultural Perspective: “Smile Training” in Japanese and North American Service Organizations.
Chapter 9 Incorporation of Emotional Labor in the Demand–Control–Support Model: The Relation with Emotional Exhaustion and Personal Accomplishment in Nurses.
Chapter 10 Building a Climate of Trust during Organizational Change: The Mediating Role of Justice Perceptions and Emotion.
Chapter 11 Emotional Capital in Caring Work.
Chapter 12 How ‘Bad Apples’ Spoil the Bunch: Faultlines, Emotional Levers, and Exclusion in the Workplace.
About the Editors.
List of Contributors.
Overview: Functionality, Intentionality and Morality.
About the Authors.