Karina Nielsen focuses on Well-being, Psychological intervention, Social psychology, Public relations and Leadership style. Her Psychological intervention research incorporates themes from Intervention, Mental health, Applied psychology and Process. Her work on Process evaluation as part of general Intervention study is frequently connected to Research based, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them.
Karina Nielsen is involved in the study of Social psychology that focuses on Occupational stress in particular. In her study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Public relations, Occupational health psychology is strongly linked to Industrial and organizational psychology. Her work in Leadership style addresses issues such as Transactional leadership, which are connected to fields such as Transformational leadership.
Her main research concerns Applied psychology, Psychological intervention, Intervention, Well-being and Public relations. Her work deals with themes such as Training, Job crafting and Line management, which intersect with Applied psychology. Her work is dedicated to discovering how Psychological intervention, Psychosocial are connected with Mental health and other disciplines.
She focuses mostly in the field of Intervention, narrowing it down to matters related to Process and, in some cases, Process management. Other disciplines of study, such as Social psychology, Job satisfaction and Transformational leadership, are mixed together with her Well-being studies. Her Public relations study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Workforce and Restructuring.
Her primary scientific interests are in Applied psychology, Psychological intervention, Intervention, Public relations and Transfer of training. She has included themes like Cognition, Focus group and Task in her Applied psychology study. Karina Nielsen combines subjects such as Work environment and Facilitator with her study of Psychological intervention.
Her Intervention study also includes
Her primary areas of investigation include Applied psychology, Intervention, Psychological intervention, Psychosocial and Career development. Her Applied psychology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Collective efficacy, Job satisfaction and Transformational leadership. She interconnects Work environment and Knowledge management in the investigation of issues within Psychological intervention.
Her Psychosocial study incorporates themes from Baseline, Health care and Line management. Her Career development research includes themes of Work Intensity, Focus group and Job enrichment.
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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
Janne Skakon;Karina Nielsen;Vilhelm Borg;Jaime Guzman.
The effects of transformational leadership on followers' perceived work characteristics and psychological well-being: A longitudinal study.
Karina Nielsen;Raymond Randall;Joanna Yarker;Sten-Olof Brenner.
Conducting organizational-level occupational health interventions: What works?
Karina Nielsen;Raymond Randall;Ann-Louise Holten;Eusebio Rial González.
Workplace resources to improve both employee well-being and performance: A systematic review and meta-analysis
Karina Nielsen;Morten Birkeland Nielsen;Chidieber Ogbonnaya;Marja Känsälä.
The mediating effects of team and self-efficacy on the relationship between transformational leadership, and job satisfaction and psychological well-being in healthcare professionals: A cross-sectional questionnaire survey
Karina Nielsen;Joanna Yarker;Raymond Randall;Fehmidah Munir.
Opening the black box: Presenting a model for evaluating organizational-level interventions
Karina Nielsen;Raymond Randall.
How do transformational leaders influence followers' affective well-being? Exploring the mediating role of self-efficacy
Karina Nielsen;Fehmidah Munir.
The importance of transformational leadership style for the well‐being of employees working with older people
Karina Nielsen;Joanna Yarker;Sten-Olof Brenner;Raymond Randall.
Organizational interventions: A research-based framework for the evaluation of both process and effects
Karina Nielsen;Johan Simonsen Abildgaard.
Meta-synthesis of qualitative research on return to work among employees with common mental disorders
Malene Friis Andersen;Karina Marietta Nielsen;Svend Brinkmann.
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