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Psychological Climate, Empowerment, Leadership Style, and Customer- Oriented Selling: An Analysis of the Sales Manager-Salesperson Dyad

Craig A. MARTIN et Alan J. BUSH
2006

This study examined antecedents and performance related consequences of customer-oriented selling. The antecedents include sales managers' leadership styles, psychological empowerment, and the psychological climates of organizations.

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Empowering Employees: The Moderating Role of Perceived Organisational Climate and Justice

Jean S.BOUDRIAS, Luc BRUNET, Alexandre J.S. MORIN, André SAVOIE, Patrick PLUNIER et Gerlanda
2010

The objective of this study is to assess whether organisational climate and justice perceptions moderate the relationship between supervisor empowering managerial practises (SEMPs) and employees’ behavioural...

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Psychological empowerment and organizational commitment: the moderating effect of organizational learning culture

Baek-Kyoo (Brian) Joo et Ji Hyun Shim
2010

This paper examines the influence of psychological empowerment on organizational commitment and the moderating effect of organizational learning culture on the relationship.

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Fatalism and its implications for risky road use and receptiveness to safety messages: a qualitative investigation in Pakistan

A. KAYANI, M.J. KING et J.J. FLEITER
2012

Qualitative research was undertaken with a range of drivers, religious orators, police and policy makers. Findings indicate that fatalistic beliefs are pervasive in Pakistan, are strongly linked with religion..

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Islamic Fatalism and the Clash of Civilizations: An Appraisal of a Contentious and Dubious Theory

Gabriel A. ACEVEDO
2008

This paper will address the question of Islamic fatalism. Survey data will be used to assess Samuel P. Huntington's controversial "Clash of Civilizations" thesis and its emphasis on fatalism as an inherent characteristic of Islamic religion..

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Superstition, risk-taking and risk perception of accidents among South African taxi drivers

Karl PELTZER et Walter RENNER
2003

The aim of this study was to investigate taxi drivers’ superstition and risk perception of accidents as well as risk-taking in an urban area in South Africa. One hundred and thirty drivers of minibuses, so-called “taxis” were interviewed on the basis of:

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Low rates of child restraint system use in cars may be due to fatalistic beliefs and other factors

Khier OMARI et Orna BARON-EPEL
2013

Restraining children in cars has proven to save lives during car crashes. However, not all drivers of cars with children in them comply with the law regarding child restraint system (CRS) use. The aim of this study was to measure the rate of child and a

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Beliefs and the Perception of Risks and Accidents

D. R. KOUABENAN
1998

This article presents a certain number of thoughts and results based upon research camed out on causal attributions of traffic accidents in The Ivory Coast (West Africa) and discusses the importance of culture in risk-taking and accident prevention

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Culture de sûreté

Agence Internationale de l'Energie Atomique
1991

Ce rapport propose une définition et apporte des précisions sur le concept de culture de sûreté vu par l'agence international de l'énergie atomique

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Group Leaders as Gatekeepers: Testing Safety Climate Variations across Levels of Analysis

Dov ZOHAR et Gil LURIA
2010

This paper tests the moderating effect of transformational supervisory leadership on the relationship between organisational and group climates, using safety climate in risky operations as.....

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