Vol. 18 Nbr. 1, January - January 2014
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- Letter from the editor.
- Employing improvisational role play to train the limbic system to enhance emotionally intelligent awareness and behavior.
- Comparison and implications of human capital theory at the individual, organization, and country levels.
- A study of the use of social media by business college students.
- Person-organization fit: using normative behaviors to predict workplace satisfaction, stress and intentions to stay.
- The inner circle: how politics affects the organizational climate.
- "That's a wrap!" The organizational culture and characteristics of successful film crews.
- The impact of performance attributions on escalation of commitment.
- Strategic semantics: word choice essentials in establishing a high-performance culture.
- The role of ingratiation in heightening suspicion.
- A comparison of processes used by business executives and university business communication teachers to evaluate selected business documents.
- Effects of gender similarity/dissimilarity, gender stereotyping and culture on perceived service quality.
- The workplace bully: the ultimate silencer.
- Exploring the impact of communication technologies on business air travel.
- Taking the good with the bad: measuring civility and incivility.
- Required scripting and work stress in the call center environment: a preliminary exploration.
- The emotions and cognitions during organizational change: the importance of the emotional work for leaders.
- Do they think they can communicate? Graduate students' perceptions of their communication competencies.