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Motivating Employees towards Sustainable Behaviour
Workers engaging in voluntary and unrewarded environmental actions that go above and beyond their job requirements in an organizational setting can crucially contribute to a reduced environmentalExpand
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Skills, knowledge and senior managers' demonstrations of safety commitment
Abstract Senior managers’ safety commitment is emphasised in the safety literature as a crucial influence on organisational safety. Yet there is little understanding of the characteristics thatExpand
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Safety intelligence: an exploration of senior managers' characteristics.
Senior managers can have a strong influence on organisational safety. But little is known about which of their personal attributes support their impact on safety. In this paper, we introduce theExpand
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Chronic unease for safety in managers: a conceptualisation
To achieve a high level of safety, managers of organisations in hazardous industries need to maintain a state of constant wariness towards the management of risks, often conceptualised as ‘chronicExpand
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Perceptions of facial dominance, trustworthiness and attractiveness predict managerial pay awards in experimental tasks
Positive associations between physical attractiveness and employee reward are well-documented within the organisational literature. Although the impact of facial cues to trustworthiness and dominanceExpand
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The factors shaping car drivers' attitudes towards cyclist and their impact on behaviour.
Cycling for transportation has multiple benefits to both individuals and societies. However, in many countries, cycling rates are very low. One major deterrent is hostile or aggressive behavioursExpand
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What does safety commitment mean to leaders? A multi-method investigation.
INTRODUCTION Perceived management safety commitment as an aspect of safety climate or culture is a key influence on safety outcomes in organizations. What is unclear is how perceptions of managementExpand
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Team cohesion and error culture in risky work environments
Abstract The joint influence of safety specific team processes and general team processes on safety outcomes is not fully understood. This study investigates how cohesion (task and social) and errorExpand
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From the surface to the underlying meaning-an analysis of senior managers' safety culture perceptions
Senior managers can influence safety culture and it is therefore important to understand how they think about this aspect of their organisation. Examining senior managers' interpretations of safetyExpand
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