The role of emotions in organizational behaviour

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The paper explores the main implications of the current approach to the study of emotions in organizations (the bi-dimensional approach) and the relation between the emotional experience and the behaviour displayed at the workplace (organizational citizenship behaviour and counterproductive behaviour). The authors claim that a focus on the change of individual models of adaptation to the demands of the environment would bring more efficiency to consultant's activities of diagnosis and intervention in organizations.

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Bogáthy, Z., Sulea, C. & Zaborila, C., (2007) “The role of emotions in organizational behaviour”, EWOP in Practice 1(1), 14–19. doi: https://doi.org/10.21825/ewopinpractice.87051

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Zoltán Bogáthy (West University Timişoara)
Coralia Sulea (West University Timişoara)
Catalina Zaborila (West University Timişoara)

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