Heike Bruch spends much of her time researching Social psychology, Business studies, Marketing, Job performance and Transformational leadership. Her study in Organizational commitment, Affective events theory, Organizational identity, Organizational citizenship behavior and Affect falls within the category of Social psychology. Her research integrates issues of Organizational learning, Organizational effectiveness, Organization development and Mediation in her study of Organizational commitment.
Combining a variety of fields, including Business studies, Diversity, Structural equation modeling, Practical implications, Supervisor and Applied psychology, are what the author presents in her essays. Heike Bruch focuses mostly in the field of Marketing, narrowing it down to topics relating to Action and, in certain cases, Stakeholder, Public relations and Core business. She has researched Job performance in several fields, including Moderated mediation and Construct.
Heike Bruch focuses on Business studies, Social psychology, Business administration, Humanities and Knowledge management. Her study on Business studies is intertwined with other disciplines of science such as Energy, Public relations, Management, Organizational performance and Diversity. Public relations is frequently linked to Action in her study.
Her work blends Diversity and Structural equation modeling studies together. Her work on Transformational leadership, Affect, Moderation and Organizational commitment as part of general Social psychology study is frequently linked to Charismatic authority, bridging the gap between disciplines. Heike Bruch works mostly in the field of Transformational leadership, limiting it down to topics relating to Transactional leadership and, in certain cases, Leadership style.
Her main research concerns Business studies, Humanities, Social psychology, Business administration and Organizational performance. Business studies combines with fields such as Diversity, Management, Industrial organization, Sample and Marketing in her work. Heike Bruch combines subjects such as Organizational effectiveness, Perception and Economic geography with her study of Diversity.
In most of her Social psychology studies, her work intersects topics such as Meaning. Her studies deal with areas such as Organizational commitment, Human resource management and Human resources as well as Organizational performance. Her Affect research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Identity and Moderated mediation.
Heike Bruch mainly focuses on Business studies, Social psychology, Humanities, Affect and Affective events theory. Her Business studies research includes a combination of various areas of study, such as Diversity, Human resource management, Human resources, Organizational performance and Business administration. The various areas that Heike Bruch examines in her Diversity study include Organizational effectiveness, Perception and Economic geography.
Her study in Social psychology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Management and Task. Her Affect research includes elements of Interpersonal relationship, Field and Affective tone. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Situational strength, Applied psychology and Employee perceptions.
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Organizational identity strength, identification, and commitment and their relationships to turnover intention: Does organizational hierarchy matter?
Michael S. Cole;Heike Bruch.
Age diversity, age discrimination climate and performance consequences—a cross organizational study
Florian Kunze;Stephan A. Boehm;Heike Bruch.
Journal of Organizational Behavior (2011)
Emotion as mediators of the relations between perceived supervisor support and psychological hardiness on employee cynicism
Michael S. Cole;Heike Bruch;Bernd Vogel.
Affective mechanisms linking dysfunctional behavior to performance in work teams: a moderated mediation study.
Michael S. Cole;Frank Walter;Heike Bruch.
The Keys to Rethinking Corporate Philanthropy
Heike Bruch;Frank Walter.
MIT Sloan Management Review (2005)
Spotlight on Age‐Diversity Climate: The Impact of Age‐Inclusive HR Practices on Firm‐Level Outcomes
Stephan A. Boehm;Florian Kunze;Heike Bruch.
Personnel Psychology (2013)
The positive group affect spiral: a dynamic model of the emergence of positive affective similarity in work groups
Frank Walter;Heike Bruch.
Journal of Organizational Behavior (2008)
Organizational Performance Consequences of Age Diversity: Inspecting the Role of Diversity‐Friendly HR Policies and Top Managers’ Negative Age Stereotypes
Florian Kunze;Stephan Boehm;Heike Bruch.
Journal of Management Studies (2013)
The missing link? Investigating organizational identity strength and transformational leadership climate as mechanisms that connect CEO charisma with firm performance
Stephan A. Boehm;David J.G. Dwertmann;Heike Bruch;Boas Shamir.
Leadership Quarterly (2015)
Energy at work: A measurement validation and linkage to unit effectiveness.
Michael S. Cole;Heike Bruch;Bernd Vogel.
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