Leading to Occupational Health and Safetybrings together prominent researchers to explore the pervasive roles that leaders play indetermining the health, safety and mental well-being ofemployees in organizations.
- The first text to directly link organizational leadership behaviours with health and safety outcomes, covering theory, research and evidence-based best practice
- Argues that a leader’s impact can be far more far-reaching than is commonly realized, and examines the effects of leadership on safety, physical wellness and wellbeing, and psychological wellbeing
- Explores the theoretical underpinnings of effective leadership styles and behaviors, and advances both research and practice in order to encourage better leadership and healthier, safer organizations
- Features contributions from internationally known and respected researchers including Sharon Clarke, Kara Arnold, Fred Luthans, Ståle Einarsen, Julian Barling, and Emma Donaldson-Feilder
Keywords: Occupational health; leadership and safety; safety leadership; work-family conflict; respectful workplace; destructive leadership; positive leadership; leadership and mental illness; mindful leadership; employee well-being; effective leadership; transformational leadership; leader member exchange; LMX; negative leadership; abusive supervision; supervisory injustice; passive leadership, Organizational & Industrial Psychology