Improving organizational interventions for stress and well-being : addressing process and context / edited by Caroline Biron, Maria Karanika-Murray, and Cary L. Cooper.

This book brings together a number of experts in the field of organizational interventions for stress and well-being, and discusses the importance of process and context issues to the success or failure of such interventions. The book explores how context and process can be incorporated into program...

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Online Access: Full Text (via Taylor & Francis)
Other Authors: Biron, Caroline, Karanika-Murray, M. (Maria), Cooper, Cary L.
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: London : Routledge/Taylor & Francis, 2012.
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Table of Contents:
  • Organizational interventions on stress and well-being
  • Challenges and methodological issues in organizational-level interventions / A.D. La Montagne, A.J. Noblet, P.A. Landsbergis
  • Intervention development and implementation : understanding and addressing barriers to organisational-level interventions / N. Mellor, M. Karanika-Murray, E. Waite, Taking a Multi-Faceted, Multi-Level
  • Integrated perspective for addressing psychosocial issues at the workplace / L.E. Tetrick, J.C. Quick, P.L. Gilmore
  • Research in organizational interventions to improve well-being : perspectives on
  • Organizational change and development / M.F. Dollard
  • Psychosocial safety climate : a lead indicator of workplace psychological health and engagement and a precursor to intervention success / S.D. Tvedt, P.O. Saksvik Perspectives on the Intervention Process as a Special Case of Organizational Change / R. Randall, K.M. Nielsen
  • Does the intervention fit? : an explanatory model of intervention success and failure in complex organizational environments / M. Baril-Gingras, M
  • Bellemare, c. brisson
  • How can qualitative studies help understand the role of context and process of interventions on occupational safety and health and on mental health at work? / C
  • Biron
  • What works for whom in which context? : researching organizational interventions on
  • Stress and well-being using realistic evaluation principles
  • Addressing process and context in practice / R. Bourbonnais, N. Jauvin, J. Dussault, M. Vazina
  • Evaluation of an intervention to prevent mental health problems among correctional officers / R. Lewis, J. Yarker, E. Donaldson-Feilder
  • The vital role of line managers in managing psychosocial risks / V. Brunsden, R. Hill, K. Maguire
  • The impact of process issues on stress interventions in the emergency services / J. Klein Hesselinck, N. Wiezer, H. Den Besten, E. De Kleijn
  • Policy implications / C. Mackay, D. Palferman, H. Saul, S. Webster, C. Packham
  • Does the intervention fit? an explanatory model of intervention success and failure in complex organizational environments / K. Daniels, M. Karanika-Murray, N. Mellor, M. van Veldhoven
  • Moving policy and practice forward : beyond prescriptions for job characteristics / A. Weyman
  • Evidence-based practice : its contributions to learning in managing workplace health risks / M. Karanika-Murray, C. Biron, C.L. Cooper
  • Concluding comments : distilling the principles of successful organizational intervention implementation.