Alexander Newman focuses on Public relations, Social psychology, Organizational commitment, Organizational citizenship behavior and Survey data collection. His Social psychology study is mostly concerned with Social exchange theory and Organizational behavior. His Social exchange theory research includes themes of Affective events theory and Transformational leadership.
Alexander Newman has researched Organizational commitment in several fields, including Multinational corporation and Job performance. In his work, Job satisfaction, Moderated mediation, Salience and Personality is strongly intertwined with Servant leadership, which is a subfield of Organizational citizenship behavior. Alexander Newman works mostly in the field of Survey data collection, limiting it down to topics relating to Business ethics and, in certain cases, Ethical leadership and Corporate social responsibility, as a part of the same area of interest.
Alexander Newman mainly focuses on Social psychology, Public relations, Business economics, Organizational commitment and Job performance. His Social psychology study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Entitlement. His Public relations research focuses on Transformational leadership and Servant leadership.
His Business economics research incorporates themes from Emerging markets, Marketing, Creativity and Human resource management. While the research belongs to areas of Organizational commitment, Alexander Newman spends his time largely on the problem of Survey data collection, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Multilevel model. The Ethical leadership study combines topics in areas such as Social learning theory and Business ethics.
His main research concerns Public relations, Social psychology, Business economics, Economic growth and Refugee. His Public relations research integrates issues from Optimism and Conservation of resources theory. His Organizational citizenship behavior, Ethical leadership and Social exchange theory study in the realm of Social psychology interacts with subjects such as Reciprocal and Workplace incivility.
His study in Business economics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Transactional leadership, Capital, Creativity and Transformational leadership. Alexander Newman has included themes like Job performance and Corporate governance in his Transformational leadership study. His Economic growth study combines topics in areas such as Self-efficacy and Adaptability.
Alexander Newman mostly deals with Social psychology, Public relations, Ethical leadership, Environmental resource management and Resilience. His studies link Business ethics with Social psychology. His work deals with themes such as Creativity and Abusive supervision, which intersect with Public relations.
His Ethical leadership study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Social exchange theory and Organizational citizenship behavior.
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Psychological capital: A review and synthesis
Alexander Harry Newman;Deniz F Ucbasaran;Fei Zhu;Giles Hirst.
Leadership, creativity, and innovation: A critical review and practical recommendations
David J. Hughes;Allan Lee;Amy Wei Tian;Alex Newman.
How Servant Leadership Influences Organizational Citizenship Behavior: The Roles of LMX, Empowerment, and Proactive Personality
Alexander Newman;Gary Schwarz;Brian Cooper;Sen Sendjaya.
Psychological safety: A systematic review of the literature
Alexander Newman;Ross Donohue;Nathan Eva.
Revisiting the mediating role of trust in transformational leadership effects: Do different types of trust make a difference?
Weichun Zhu;Alexander Harry Newman;Qing Miao;Angus Hooke.
The impact of employee perceptions of training on organizational commitment and turnover intentions: A study of multinationals in the Chinese service sector
Alexander Harry Newman;Rani Thanacoody;Wendy Hui.
Entrepreneurial self-efficacy: A systematic review of the literature on its theoretical foundations, measurement, antecedents, and outcomes, and an agenda for future research
Alexander Newman;Martin Obschonka;Susan Schwarz;Michael Cohen.
Psychological ownership: a review and research agenda
Sarah Dawkins;Amy Wei Tian;Alexander Newman;Angela Martin.
The Relationship Between Ethical Leadership and Unethical Pro-Organizational Behavior: Linear or Curvilinear Effects?
Qing Miao;Alexander Harry Newman;Jia Yu;Lin Xu.
Not if, but when we need resilience in the workplace
Danielle D. King;Alexander Newman;Fred Luthans.
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