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Improving Organizational Interventions for Stress and Well-Being: Addressing Process and Context Ed by Caroline Biron, Maria Karanika-murray and Cary L. Cooper

Contributor(s): Biron, Caroline [Editor] | Karanika-murray, Maria [Editor] | Cooper, Cary L.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: London Routledge 2012Description: 367p.ISBN: 9781138933187.DDC classification: 158.7
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1. Organizational Interventions for Stress and Well-Being

Part I: Challenges and Methodological Issues in Organizational-Level Interventions
2. Intervention Development and Implementation: Understanding and Addressing Barriers to Organisational-Level Interventions
3. Taking a Multi-Faceted, Multi-Level, and Integrated Perspective for Addressing Psychosocial Issues at the Workplace
4. Research in Organizational Interventions to Improve Well-Being: Perspectives on Organizational Change and Development
5. Psychosocial Safety Climate: A Lead Indicator of Workplace Psychological Health and Engagement and a Precursor to Intervention Success
6. Perspectives on the Intervention Process as a Special Case of Organizational Change
7. Does the Intervention Fit? An Explanatory Model of Intervention Success and Failure in Complex Organizational Environments
8. How can Qualitative Studies Help Explain the Role of Context and Process of Interventions on Occupational Safety and Health and on Mental Health at Work?
9. What Works for Whom in Which Context?: Researching Organizational Interventions on Stress and Well-Being Using Realistic Evaluation Principles

Part II: Addressing Process and Context in Practice
10. Evaluation of an Intervention to Prevent Mental Health Problems Among Correctional Officers
11. The Vital Role of Line Managers in Managing Psychosocial Risks
12. The Impact of Process Issues on Stress Interventions in the Emergency Services
13. The Development of Smart and Practical Small Group Interventions for work Stress

Part III: Policy Implications
14. Implementation of the Management standars for Work-Related Stress in Great Britain
15. Moving Policy and Practice Forward: Beyond Prescriptions for Job Characteristics
16. Evidence-Based Practice – Its Contributions to Learning in Managing Workplace Health Risks

Part IV: Conclusions
17. Concluding Comments: Distilling the Principles of Successful Organizational Intervention Implementation

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