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Employee resilience and leadership styles: The moderating role of proactive personality and optimism.

@article{Nguyen2016EmployeeRA,
  title={Employee resilience and leadership styles: The moderating role of proactive personality and optimism.},
  author={Quyen Kim Nguyen and Joana C Kuntz and Katharina N{\"a}swall and Sanna K. Malinen},
  journal={New Zealand Journal of Psychology},
  year={2016},
  volume={45},
  pages={13}
}
Organisations operate in an increasingly competitive and dynamic context, and their success is a reflection not only of their capacity to survive, but also of their ability to continually adapt in challenging environments (Lampel, Bhalla, & Jha, 2014; Lengnick-Hall & Beck, 2011). Growing evidence that resilient organisations are better able to recover from and even thrive following major crises has placed organisational resilience research in the limelight over the past decade (Fleming, 2012… 

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