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Organizations have traditionally focused on competitive advantage strategies to improve their companies. However, new research points to the evaluation of employees' thoughts and emotions in the workplace in order to help shape organizational culture in a way that could react, adapt, and evolve to external changes with speed and efficiency. Emotion-Based Approaches to Personnel Management: Emerging Research and Opportunities provides conceptual frameworks, analysis, and discussion of the issues concerning organizational behavior through the lens of organizational culture and emotions. The content within this publication examines diversity, consumer behavior, and emotional intelligence and is designed for managers, human resources officers, business professionals, academicians, students, and researchers.
In the highly competitive business environment of today, organizations are continually making attempts to stay one step ahead of their competitors by implementing various stratagems to improve their employees' competencies and capabilities, as human resources are one of their most important assets. By investing in employees' career development through training, coaching, mentoring, and counseling, the employee will undoubtedly become much more effective. Workforce Coaching, Mentoring, and Counseling: Emerging Research and Opportunities elucidates, examines, and explores theories, practices, and research-based human resource development (HRD) strategies that have proven to be effective in enhancing various aspects relating to the performance of individual employees and the organization as a whole. Featuring research on topics such as adult learning, management science, and work-life balance, this book is ideally designed for practitioners, educators, managers, and researchers.