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The Resource Power, Politics, and Political Skill in Job Stress

Power, Politics, and Political Skill in Job Stress

Power, Politics, and Political Skill in Job Stress
Power, Politics, and Political Skill in Job Stress
This volume focuses on the connections between social influence processes, broadly defined (e.g., power, politics, political skill and influence), and employee stress, health, and well-being
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Research in Occupational Stress and Well Being
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  • Front Cover -- Power, Politics, and Political Skill in Job Stress -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- List of Contributors -- Editorial Advisory Board -- Overview -- Acknowledgment -- All Roads Lead to Well-Being: Unexpected Relationships between Organizational Politics Perceptions, Employee Engagement, and worker well-being -- Introduction -- Stressors Lead to Strain - the Stress Process -- Politics Perceptions within the Stress Process: Yin and Yang -- Perceptions of Politics -- Negative Politics Perceptions -- Positive Politics Perceptions -- Coping with Politics Perceptions: Engagement and Disengagement -- Employee Engagement -- Disengagement -- Negative Politics Perceptions as a Stressor -- Coping with Negative Politics Perceptions -- Loss of Engagement -- Narrowing of Engagement -- Disengagement -- Increasing Engagement -- Positive Politics Perceptions as a Stressor -- Coping with Positive Politics Perceptions -- Disengagement -- Engagement -- Boundary Conditions -- Political Skill -- LMX -- All Roads Lead to Well-Being -- Conclusion -- References -- Positive Politics, Negative Politics, and Engagement: Psychological Safety, Meaningfulness, and Availability as "Black Box" Explanatory Mechanisms -- Introduction -- Organizational Politics -- Organizational Politics and its Outcomes -- Employee Engagement -- Psychological Conditions as Mediating Mechanisms -- Psychological Safety -- Psychological Meaningfulness -- Psychological Availability -- Practical Strategies for Fostering a Positive Organizational Political Climate -- Future Research -- Conclusion -- References -- Stress, Psychological Strain, and Reduced Organizational Effectiveness: The Destructive Consequences of the Use of Intimidation and Pressure by Supervisors -- Introduction -- Review of Theory and Research -- Perceptions of Organizational Politics -- Political Skill
  • Political Behavior -- The Conceptual Model -- Intimidation, Pressure, and Occupational Stress -- Occupational Stress and Strain -- Intimidation, Pressure, and Strain -- Intimidation, Pressure, Occupational Stress, and Strain -- The Moderating Role of Emotional Intelligence -- The Moderating Role of Political Skill -- Discussion -- Contributions and Implications for Practice -- Directions for Future Research -- Summary -- References -- Sensitivity and Adaptability in the Face of Powerlessness: The Roles of Political Will and Political Skill within the Experience of Powerlessness and its Impact on Stress-Related Outcomes -- What Does It Mean to Be Powerless? -- Sociological Influences on Powerlessness -- Ascribed Status, Achieved Status, and Powerlessness -- Ascribed Status -- Achieved Status -- Sensitivity to Conditions of Powerlessness -- Political Will -- Political Will and RST -- Outcomes of Powerlessness -- Stress-Related Outcomes -- Behavior-Related Outcomes -- Prosocial -- Withdrawal -- Antisocial -- RST and Adaptability to Powerlessness -- Political Skill -- Theoretical Implications -- References -- Organizational Change, Uncertainty, and Employee Stress: Sensemaking Interpretations of Work Environments and the Experience of Politics and Stress -- Organizational Change -- Mergers and Acquisitions -- CEO Succession -- Corporate Entrepreneurship -- Sensemaking and Sensegiving Theoretical Foundations -- Organizational Change: Uncertainty and Perceptions of Politics -- Organizational Change and Uncertainty -- Uncertainty and POPs -- Moderating Role of Organizational Leadership -- Executive Political Skill -- Middle Managers -- Moderating Role of Employee Attributes -- Employee Attribution Tendencies -- Employee Negative Affect -- Perceptions of Politics and Employee Stress -- Moderating Factors in the POPs-Stress Relationship
  • Employee Participation in the Change Process -- Employee Political Skill -- Discussion -- Directions for Future Research -- Test of Model -- Development of Political Environments -- Transcendence as Neutralizer of Stress-Related POPs' Consequences -- Organizational Performance -- Outside Stakeholders as a Moderator -- Conclusion -- References -- Puppet or Puppeteer? The Role of Resource Control in the Occupational Stress Process -- The Nature of Resources -- Resource Allocation Process -- Control and Stress -- Resource Control and Stress -- Resource Management -- Organizational Resource Control Systems -- Common Stressors from a Resource Control Perspective -- Organizational Constraints -- Role Ambiguity and Role Conflict -- Workload -- Social Stressors -- Power and Politics as Resource Control Strategies -- Summary and Conclusions -- References -- Index
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