Employees’ Emotions in Change: Advancing the Sensemaking Approach

Author(s), Title and Publication Helpap, S. & Bekmeier-Feuerhahn, S. (2016). Employees’ emotions in change: advancing the sensemaking approach. Journal of Organizational Change Management, DOI: 10.1108/JOCM-05-2016-0088 Summary The introduction of change can cause a variety of different emotional reactions among affected employees. Some employees might feel anxious, frightened or frustrated, whereas others feel hopeful and pleasant. […]

What Makes Us Enthusiastic, Angry, Feeling at Rest or Worried? Development and Validation of an Affective Work Events Taxonomy Using Concept Mapping Methodology

Authors, Title and Publication Ohly, S., & Schmitt, A. (2015). What makes us enthusiastic, angry, feeling at rest or worried? Development and validation of an affective work events taxonomy using concept mapping methodology. Journal of Business & Psychology, 30(1), 15-35. The research reported in this article aims to develop a comprehensive taxonomy of affective work events. Affective […]