Missing Pieces: 7 Ways to Improve Employee Well-Being and Organizational Effectiveness

Hardcover | July 15, 2009

byJean-Pierre Brun, Cary Cooper

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Why is it that more and more people like their work, but can no longer support the conditions under which they must practice it? What is impeding the improvement of occupational health and organizational effectiveness? The authors share their knowlegde of the missing pieces that are preventing these improvements to the workplace.

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Why is it that more and more people like their work, but can no longer support the conditions under which they must practice it? What is impeding the improvement of occupational health and organizational effectiveness? The authors share their knowlegde of the missing pieces that are preventing these improvements to the workplace.

JEAN-PIERRE BRUN is a professor in Management at Universit Laval in Canada. He holds a Doctorate in Ergonomics. He is Director of the Chair in Occupational Health and Safety. He was invited professor at the Lancaster University School of Mangement (UK). Brun is the recipient of Universit Lavals Herms Prize for Excellence in Research. ...
Format:HardcoverDimensions:256 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.5 inPublished:July 15, 2009Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230576583

ISBN - 13:9780230576582

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Table of Contents

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
INTRODUCTION: WELCOME TO THE 7 MISSING PIECES IN MANAGEMENT
1. THE MISSING PIECES
2. RECOGNIZING OTHERS: A SIMPLE GESTURE
3. BEING IN THE HUMAN ZONE
4. EARING WORKPLACE CONFLICT
5. WHEN WORK BECOMES TOO MUCH : REGAIN CONTROL OF YOUR
WORK-LIFE BALANCE
6. WORK IS A MARATHON NOT A SPRINT
7. TURNING AUTONOMY INTO ACTION
8. PARTICIPATIVE DECISION : SOMEONE KNOWS THE ANSWER
9. CLEARED ROLE IS HEALTHY AND EFFECTIVE
10. WALK THE TALK
CONCLUSION