PART ONE: INTRODUCTION AND FRAMEWORKS Positive Organizational Behavior - Debra L Nelson and Cary L Cooper An Inclusive View Psychological Capital - Fred Luthans, Carolyn M Youssef, and Bruce J Avolio Investing and Developing Positive Organizational Behavior Healthy, Productive Work - James Campbell Quick and Marilyn Macik-Frey Positive Strength through Communication Competence and Interpersonal Interdependence Eustress at Work - Bret L Simmons and Debra L Nelson Extending the Holistic Stress Model PART TWO: POSITIVE STATES, TRAITS AND PROCESSES Positive Emotion in Organizations - Neal M Ashkanasy and Claire E Ashton-James A Multi-Level Framework Thriving in Organizations - Gretchen Spreitzer and Kathleen Sutcliffe Explaining Vigor - Arie Shirom On the Antecedents and Consequences of Vigor as a Positive Affect at Work Ethical Leadership - Linda Klebe Trevino and Michael E Brown A Developing Construct The Positive Role of Political Skill in Organizations - Pamela L Perrewe, Gerald R Ferris, Jason S Stoner, and Robyn L Brouer Forgiveness in Organizations - Kim Cameron Self-Engagement at Work - Thomas W Britt et al The Benefits and Possible Costs of Positive Core Self-Evaluations - Timothy A Judge and Charlice Hurst A Review and Agenda for Future Research PART THREE: METHODOLOGICAL ISSUES IN POB RESEARCH A Look at Two Methodological Challenges for Scholars Interested in Positive Organizational Behavior - Thomas A Wright Positive Psychological Capital - Laura M Little, Janaki Gooty and Debra L Nelson Has Positivity Clouded Measurement Rigor?
Professor Sir Cary Cooper, CBE, is The 50th Anniversary Professor of Organizational Psychology and Health at Manchester Business School, University of Manchester, UK. He is also the President of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, President of the British Academy of Management and President of RELATE (the national relationship charity). He is the author/editor of over 150 books, over 400 scholarly articles and a regular contributor to radio and TV. He was knighted by the Queen in 2014 for his contribution to the social sciences. He is the Editor-in-Chief of the Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Management (14 volumes), Editor of Who's Who in Management, Editor of the Wiley-Blackwell WELLBEING volumes (six), Founding Editor of the Journal of Organizational Behavior, Founding and Former Chair of the government think tank The Sunningdale Institute and lead scientist on the Government Office for Science Foresight project on Mental Capital and Wellbeing. In 2015 he was voted by HR Magazine as the Most Influential HR Thinker, has been made an Honorary Fellow of the British Psychological Society, Royal College of Physicians, The Royal College of Physicians of Ireland (Occupational Medicine) and many more; and has Honorary Doctorates from a number of universities (eg Sheffield, Bath, Aston, Heriot Watt, Middlesex, Wolverhampton).
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