Karina Nielsen
Karina Nielsen
Professor of Work Psychology, Institute of Work Psychology, University of Sheffield
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Are leaders' well-being, behaviours and style associated with the affective well-being of their employees? A systematic review of three decades of research
J Skakon, K Nielsen, V Borg, J Guzman
Work & stress 24 (2), 107-139, 2010
The effects of transformational leadership on followers’ perceived work characteristics and psychological well-being: A longitudinal study
K Nielsen, R Randall, J Yarker, SO Brenner
Work & Stress 22 (1), 16-32, 2008
Workplace resources to improve both employee well-being and performance: A systematic review and meta-analysis
K Nielsen, MB Nielsen, C Ogbonnaya, M Känsälä, E Saari, K Isaksson
Work & Stress 31 (2), 101-120, 2017
Using signature strengths in pursuit of goals: Effects on goal progress, need satisfaction, and well-being, and implications for coaching psychologists
PA Linley, KM Nielsen, R Gillett, R Biswas-Diener
International Coaching Psychology Review 5 (1), 6-15, 2010
The mediating effects of team and self-efficacy on the relationship between transformational leadership, and job satisfaction and psychological well-being in healthcare …
K Nielsen, J Yarker, R Randall, F Munir
International journal of nursing studies 46 (9), 1236-1244, 2009
Conducting organizational-level occupational health interventions: What works?
K Nielsen, R Randall, AL Holten, ER González
Work & Stress 24 (3), 234-259, 2010
Opening the black box: Presenting a model for evaluating organizational-level interventions
K Nielsen, R Randall
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 22 (5), 601-617, 2013
How do transformational leaders influence followers' affective well-being? Exploring the mediating role of self-efficacy
K Nielsen, F Munir
Work & Stress 23 (4), 313-329, 2009
How can we make organizational interventions work? Employees and line managers as actively crafting interventions
K Nielsen
Human Relations 66 (8), 1029-1050, 2013
Organizational interventions: A research-based framework for the evaluation of both process and effects
K Nielsen, JS Abildgaard
Work & Stress 27 (3), 278-297, 2013
The importance of transformational leadership style for the well‐being of employees working with older people
K Nielsen, J Yarker, SO Brenner, R Randall, V Borg
Journal of advanced nursing 63 (5), 465-475, 2008
Mediating the effects of work–life conflict between transformational leadership and health‐care workers’ job satisfaction and psychological wellbeing
F Munir, K Nielsen, AH Garde, K Albertsen, IG Carneiro
Journal of nursing management 20 (4), 512-521, 2012
Meta-synthesis of qualitative research on return to work among employees with common mental disorders
MF Andersen, KM Nielsen, S Brinkmann
Scandinavian journal of work, environment & health, 93-104, 2012
The importance of employee participation and perceptions of changes in procedures in a teamworking intervention
K Nielsen, R Randall
Work & Stress 26 (2), 91-111, 2012
The development and validation of a job crafting measure for use with blue-collar workers
K Nielsen, JS Abildgaard
Work & Stress 26 (4), 365-384, 2012
What works for whom in which circumstances? On the need to move beyond the ‘what works?’question in organizational intervention research
K Nielsen, M Miraglia
Human relations 70 (1), 40-62, 2017
Does shared and differentiated transformational leadership predict followers' working conditions and well-being?
K Nielsen, K Daniels
The Leadership Quarterly 23 (3), 383-397, 2012
The future of organizational interventions: Addressing the challenges of today's organizations
K Nielsen, TW Taris, T Cox
Work & stress 24 (3), 219-233, 2010
Success or failure? Interpreting and understanding the impact of interventions in four similar worksites
K Nielsen, H Fredslund, KB Christensen, K Albertsen
Work & Stress 20 (3), 272-287, 2006
Wellbeing and work performance
P Warr, K Nielsen
Handbook of well-being. Salt lake city, UT: DEF Publishers, 2018
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