Personality and Organizations

Personality and Organizations

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Overview

Scholars of psychology, of business or management, and of both synthesize research findings from the past decade in the broad domains of industrial and organizational psychology and organizational behavior. After introducing the field, they cover persistent conceptual and methodological issues in personality assessment, and the role of personality in work and well-being and in understanding micro-organizational and meso-organizational processes. Among specific topics are the implications of impression management for personality research in organizations, personality and work-related distress, leadership, and citizenship behavior in organizations. Annotation ©2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780415650786
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 12/15/2012
Series: Organization and Management Series
Edition description: Reprint
Pages: 464
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.10(d)

Table of Contents

Contents: A. Brief, J. Walsh, Series Forward. Preface. Part I: Introducing Personality at Work. R. Hogan, Personality Psychology for Organizational Researchers. A. Furnham, Personality and Organisation: A European Perspective on Personality Assessment in Organisations. Part II: Persistent Conceptual and Methodological Issues in Personality Assessment. G.L. Stewart, M.R. Barrick, Four Lessons Learned From the Person-Situation Debate: A Review and Research Agenda. T.A. Judge, A. Kristof-Brown, Personality, Interactional Psychology, and Person-Organization Fit. D.B. Smith, C. Robie, The Implications of Impression Management for Personality Research in Organisations. Part III: The Role of Personality in Work and Well-Being. W.B. Walsh, Vocational Psychology and Personality. B.M. Staw, The Dispositional Approach to Job Attitudes: An Empirical and Conceptual Review. J.M. George, A.P. Brief, Personality and Work-Related Distress. Part IV: The Role of Personality in Understanding Micro Organizational Processes. L.R. James, J.R. Rentsch, J-U-S-T-I-F-Y to Explain the Reasons Why: A Conditional Reasoning Approach to Understanding Motivated Behavior. W.D. Spangler, R.J. House, R. Palrecha, Personality and Leadership. D.W. Organ, J.B. Paine, Personality and Citizenship Behavior in Organizations. Part V: The Role of Personality in Understanding Meso Organizational Processes. L.M. Moynihan, R.S. Peterson, The Role of Personality in Group Processes. B. Schneider, D.B. Smith, Personality and Organizational Culture. C. Argyris, Reflections on Personality and Organization. Part VI: Conclusions. D.B. Smith, B. Schneider, Where We've Been and Where We're Going: Some Conclusions Regarding Personality and Organizations.

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