HR & training
Emerald journals and eBooks cover a broad spectrum of content relevant to your sector, in subjects such as leadership, training and development, management styles and employee relations.
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In flight again with wings that were once broken; effects of post-traumatic growth and personal resources on burnout recovery
Managerial behavior and performance in China, the UK, and the USA
Explores which, if any, managerial behaviors were associated with high managerial job performance in three selected countries, China, the UK and the USA.
The global leadership capacity wheel: Comparing HRD leadership literature with research from global and indigenous leadership
Examines examine the definitions of global leadership and indigenous leadership, identify leadership capacities inherent in human resource development (HRD) and determine relationships of the three as a means to develop a model to aid and guide opportunities for future research.
Shared leadership and team creativity: Investigating the role of cognitive trust and team learning through mixed method approach
Extends the theoretical understanding and conceptualization of shared leadership by examining the impact of cognitive trust as an antecedent of shared leadership.
Take a look at our most recently published content on this topic.
Development and application of a service design-based process for improvement of human resource management service quality
Approaches human resource management (HRM) as a service and aims to develop and test a process for improving perceived HRM service quality.
The (socio) politics of misfit: a moderated-mediation model
Draws from the exit-neglect-voice-loyalty model to examine a broader range of responses to misfit; explores sociopolitical resources as the mechanisms through which misfit transmits its effects and investigates job mobility as a boundary condition enhancing or constraining responses to misfit.
Perceptions of HR: an analysis of millennial and postmillennial insights
Examines the perceptions of the human resources (HR) function from millennials and postmillennials who are either just finishing college or already in the early stages of their careers.
Motives in creating an LGBTQ inclusive work environment: a case study
Examine why companies create LGBTQ-inclusive work environments and how these firms advance LGBTQ-inclusiveness through CSR practices and address challenges presented by strategic duality.
Key journals within this topic
We have a broad range of journals containing content relevant to the topic of HR and training. Here are some of our key journals in this area.
A sample of the books in this topic
Below is a selection of recent books from our broad range of content in the area of HR and training.
This book examines issues that employees encounter in the workplace: ethics, diversity, discrimination, generational differences, conflicts, participation, digitalisation and work-life balance.
Drawing upon empirical research from global multinational corporations comes a two-part reference book on how to develop resilient HR initiatives for building inclusive and accessible workplaces. Including a user-friendly training manual, this book equips you with a practical resource grounded in theory.
The latest in our Building Leadership Bridges series challenges the reader to do the essential self-work required of a 21st century leader, and provides the road map to developing the skills necessary to take on increasing public leadership roles to support causes related to justice and equity.
This edited text brings together and explores a range of concerns arising from theory and practice and offers both practical recommendations and implications for further research.
The Heroic Leadership Imperative illustrates how leaders who fulfil these expectations succeed attracting followers and initiating social change.
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