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Culture emotion regulation and adjustment
(Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 2008-11-10)
This article reports differences across 23 countries on 2 processes of emotion regulation--reappraisal and suppression. Cultural dimensions were correlated with country means on both and the relationship between them. ...
(Asian Case Research Journal, 2008-11-10)
A common issue in organizations is handling larger than life leaders. These leaders often have "superstar" status in their field and the organization usually gets overwhelmed with their presence. Sometimes, narcissism in ...
Mapping expressive differences around the world: the relationship between emotional display rules and individualism versus collectivism
(Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 2008-11-02)
Despite the importance of the concept of cultural display rules in explaining cultural differences in emotional expression and despite the fact that it has been more than 30 years since this concept was coined, there is ...
Bringing about changes at a large engineering college: lessons for designers and implementers of large scale change efforts
(Organization Development Journal, 2008-11-11)
This paper outlines a change management program undertaken at Maritime Engineering Institute in India. The intervention came in the form of a focused three month effort where the first author, a professor of OB at a leading ...
Mental traps to avoid while interpreting feedback: insights from administering feedback to school principals
This article summarizes our experiences in the counseling sessions that followed the administration of multifaceted feedback to 107 principals. The various responses displayed by the principals toward the feedback ...
Strategic human resource management in small enterprises
The need for strategic human resource management in small enterprises is discussed. Though small enterprises might wish to keep their human resource management practices informal, they will be able to increase their ...