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Survivor mission: Do those who survive have a drive to thrive at work?

Are helping professionals who have experienced the same types of struggles as their clients more engaged at work? In the current investigation we examine this question in samples of police detectives (with and without a history of violent victimization) and mental health workers (with and without a history of mental illness)....

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Do transformational leaders enhance their followers' daily work engagement?

This diary study investigated whether and how supervisors' leadership style influences followers' daily work engagement....

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Is work engagement related to healthy cardiac autonomic activity? Evidence from a field study among Finnish women workers

The present study investigated whether work engagement is related to and can explain healthy cardiac autonomic activity as indicated by decreased heart rate (HR; i.e., sympathetic and parasympathetic activity) and increased high-frequency power (HFP) of heart rate variability (i.e., parasympathetic activity)....

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Retaining High Potential Talent: Assessment and Coaching As a Means of Avoiding the Mahna-Mahna Effect

This study explores how coaching effectiveness is enhanced by focusing on and managing of the relative frequency of individual job tasks and how it contributes to deepening the leadership bench in organisations....

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