Making pipes, using pipes: How tie initiation, reciprocity, positive emotions, and reputation create new organizational social capital

By: Wayne Baker


Wayne Baker (2014), Making Pipes, Using Pipes: How Tie Initiation, Reciprocity, Positive Emotions, and Reputation Create New Organizational Social Capital, in Daniel J. Brass, Giuseppe (Joe) Labianca, Ajay Mehra, Daniel S. Halgin, Stephen P. Borgatti (ed.) Contemporary Perspectives on Organizational Social Networks (Research in the Sociology of Organizations, Volume 40), Emerald Group Publishing Limited, pp.57-71

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Narrating emotions to enhance learning

By: Shirli Kopelman , Ilan Gewurz


Kopelman, S. & Gewurz, I. (2014). Narrating emotions to enhance learning. In McCauley, C.D., DeRue, D.S., Yost, P.R., & Taylor, S. (Eds.) Best Practices for Experience-Based Leadership Development. Wiley. Chapter 30, pp. 187-194.

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Compassion at Work

By: Jane Dutton , Kristina Workman, Ashley Hardin

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Dutton, J., Workman, K., Hardin, A. (2014). Compassion at Work. Annual Review of Organizational Psychology and Organizational Behavior. Vol. 1: 277-304.

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Relationship quality and virtuousness: Emotional carrying capacity as a source of individual and team resilience

By: John Paul Stephens, Emily D. Heaphy, Abraham Carmeli, Gretchen M. Spreitzer , Jane Dutton

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Stephens, J.P., E.D. Heaphy, A. Carmeli, G.M. Spreitzer, and J.E. Dutton. Relationship Quality and Virtuousness: Emotional Carrying Capacity as a Source of Individual and Team Resilience. The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, Vol. 49, No. 1, 13-41, 2013.

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