Published February 1, 1992
by Psych Press UK .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||135|
To solve this problem, for each of the θ-Kirchhoff edge centrality metrics, we present an efficient algorithm to compute its ∊-approximation for all the m edges in nearly linear time in m. The proposed θ -Kirchhoff edge centrality is the first global metric of edge importance that can be provably approximated in nearly-linear time. generational differences of work centrality and narcissism and their relation with employee engagement could present workforce management challenges along with implications for the field of Human Resource Development (HRD). High work centrality and high employee engagement are the outcomes HRD professionals are seeking. The. This is the only book to specifically address this challenge and the related syndrome of burnout in nursing. It presents a unique healing model designed to identify, treat and, where possible, avert compassion fatigue with holistic strategies and action plans that help cultivate a healthier, more satisfying work environment/5(10). Centrality measures usually describe the network positions of vertices, but they can be calculated for edges as well. Most widely applied is a medial measure, edge betweenness, that identifies edges that are most crucial to maintaining a network's connectivity.
inform its work overseeing the regulation of social workers in England and accrediting voluntary registers for care occupations. • We were asked to identify what research tells us about the variety of roles and contexts that social workers work in and the main issues in the profession withFile Size: KB. In addition, study 2 revealed that the positive relationship between meaningful work and affective commitment was stronger for those who place less importance on work (i.e., low work centrality). The meaningful nature of one’s work may motivate those who view work as peripheral to recall positive moments of their work, which, in turn, impacts their affective Cited by: 4. family-to-work), multiple forms (time-based, strain-based, and behavior-based) and specific to multiple life roles (e.g., spouse, parental, elder care, home care, and leisure). Acknowledging the prevalence of work-family conflict and its negative outcomes, it is therefore critical to develop a model on predictors of work-family conflict. Self-determination theory and work motivation MARYLE`NE GAGNE´1* AND EDWARD L. DECI2 1Department of Management, John Molson School of Business, Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada 2Department of Clinical and Social Sciences in Psychology, University of Rochester, Rochester, New York, U.S.A.
The most central firms (i.e., in the highest centrality quintile) outperform the least central firms (i.e., in the lowest centrality quintile) by an average of % per year following the portfolio formation; this association holds after controlling for the influence of industry membership, size, book-to-market, and by: Work centrality was related in differentiated ways to performance orientation, assertiveness, and humane orientation indices. Extrinsic and intrinsic work goals differed and were related to country clustering. The report concludes with implications for the theory and practice of human resource development and offers suggestions for further by: Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Nurses are continuously exposed to stressors and psychological and physical risks that can negatively influence their daily work. These adverse psychosocial circumstances, accompanied by the poor self-perception of health, well-being, and quality of life, may trigger burnout. The positive psychology approach pursues a growth of passion at work, increased job satisfaction, Cited by: 3.