Neil Paulsen
Neil Paulsen
Associate Professor, UQ Business School, University of Queensland
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Uncertainty during organizational change: Is it all about control?
P Bordia, E Hunt, N Paulsen, D Tourish, N DiFonzo
European journal of work and organizational psychology 13 (3), 345-365, 2004
Job uncertainty and personal control during downsizing: A comparison of survivors and victims
N Paulsen, VJ Callan, TA Grice, D Rooney, C Gallois, E Jones, ...
Human relations 58 (4), 463-496, 2005
Charismatic leadership, change and innovation in an R&D organization
N Paulsen, D Maldonado, VJ Callan, O Ayoko
Journal of Organizational Change Management, 2009
Gender disparity in the C-suite: Do male and female CEOs differ in how they reached the top?
TW Fitzsimmons, VJ Callan, N Paulsen
The Leadership Quarterly 25 (2), 245-266, 2014
A new role for place identity in managing organizational change
D Rooney, N Paulsen, VJ Callan, M Brabant, C Gallois, E Jones
Management Communication Quarterly 24 (1), 44-73, 2010
The downsides of downsizing: Communication processes information needs in the aftermath of a workforce reduction strategy
D Tourish, N Paulsen, E Hobman, P Bordia
Management Communication Quarterly 17 (4), 485-516, 2004
Transformational leadership and innovation in an R&D organization experiencing major change
N Paulsen, VJ Callan, O Ayoko, D Saunders
Journal of Organizational Change Management, 2013
Group-directed criticisms and recommendations for change: Why newcomers arouse more resistance than old-timers
MJ Hornsey, T Grice, J Jetten, N Paulsen, V Callan
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 33 (7), 1036-1048, 2007
Managing boundaries in organizations
N Paulsen, T Hernes
Palgrave Macmillan, 2003
Revisiting followership through a social identity perspective: The role of collective follower emotion and action
EYJ Tee, N Paulsen, NM Ashkanasy
The Leadership Quarterly 24 (6), 902-918, 2013
“We do it, but they don't”: multiple categorizations and work team communication
TA Grice, C Gallois, E Jones, N Paulsen, VJ Callan
Journal of Applied Communication Research 34 (4), 331-348, 2006
“Who are we now?”: Group identity, boundaries, and the (re) organizing process
N Paulsen
Managing boundaries in organizations: Multiple perspectives, 14-34, 2003
Communication in organizations: An intergroup perspective
MJ Gardner, N Paulsen, C Gallois, VJ Callan, P Monaghan
The new handbook of language and social psychology 2, 561Á584, 2001
The influence of follower mood on leader mood and task performance: An affective, follower-centric perspective of leadership
NM Ashkanasy, N Paulsen
The Leadership Quarterly 24 (4), 496-515, 2013
Multiple Targets of Organizational Identification The Role of Identification Congruency.
T Grice, N Paulsen, L Jones
Journal of Articles in Support of the Null Hypothesis 1 (2), 2002
Introduction: boundaries and organization
T Hernes, N Paulsen
Managing boundaries in organizations: Multiple perspectives, 1-13, 2003
Decline and turnaround: a literature review and proposed research agenda for the hotel sector
DJ Solnet, N Paulsen, C Cooper
Current Issues in Tourism 13 (2), 139-159, 2010
Service climate, employee identification, and customer outcomes in hotel property rebrandings
D Solnet, N Paulsen
Journal of Hospitality & Leisure Marketing 13 (3-4), 3-27, 2006
An intergroup perspective on communication in organizations
J Gardner, N Paulsen, C Gallois, V Callan, P Monaghan
The new handbook of language and social psychology, 561-584, 2001
Improving tax compliance strategies: Can the theory of planned behaviour predict business compliance
JA Langham, N Paulsen, CEJ Hartel
eJTR 10, 364, 2012
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