Emotions at Work: Theory, Research, and Applications in Management

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Janice M. Beyer PhD. When this chapter was written, Janice was The Harkins and Company Contennial Chair in Business Administration, and Professor of Sociology and Communication Studies at the University of Texas at Austin (please see dedication at the beginning of this book). Her publications include two co-authored books entitled Implementing Change and The Cultures of Work Organizations and over 80 articles on topics such as organizational design, commitment, ideologies and values, charismatic leadership, rites and ceremonies in organizations, the sociology of science and the structure of universities, human resources policies and practices, and the utilization of organizational research. Her most recent research focused on the use of metaphors and evocative language in the business press, relationships between various forms of employee attachment (e.g. organizational commitment and identification), and socialization of experienced employees. Professor Beyer served as Editor of the Academy of Management Journal, as President of the Academy of Management and of the International Federation of Scholarly Associations in Management, and as a member of the Editorial Boards of the Administrative Science Quarterly and the Journal of Quality Management. She is a Fellow of the Academy of Management and holds a PhD in organizational behaviour from Cornell University.

Harold H. Bloomfield MD, 1337 Camino Del Mar Suite E, Del Mar, CA 92014, USA

Harold Bloomfield is a Yale-trained psychiatrist and award-winning psychological educator who has been a vital part of many important medical and selfhelp movements worldwide. The author of 19 books, including the best-sellers How to Survive the Loss of a Love and Making Peace with Your Parents. His expertise has been featured in numerous national publications, and on scores of national television shows, including Oprah, 20/20, Good Morning America and CNN. His latest and most important book to date is Making Peace with Your Past. Dr Bloomfield has been a leading advocate for Emotional Literacy and is

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