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Although there is an abundance of workplace learning interventions, few are evaluated from a well-being perspective despite the commonly held assumption that learning yields positive emotional and psychological outcomes. The evidence indicates an important gap in our evaluation of and design of workplace learning interventions and their impact on well-being, beyond those focusing on personal resources. This raises important theoretical and practical challenges concerning the relationship between learning and well-being in the context of professional capability enhancement, leadership capability and organisational learning.
|Number of pages||22|
|Journal||European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology|
|Early online date||18 Feb 2018|
|Publication status||Published - 2018|
- 1 Finished
Daniels, K., Bryan, M., Connolly, S., Hooper, L., Longhi, S., Mitchell, I., Nandi, A., Nayani, R., Nielsen, K., Ogbonnaya, N., Robinson-Pant, A., Song, F., Street, J., Thomas, G., Tregaskis, O., Unger, D., Watson, D., Fitzhugh, H., Hogg, M. & Watson, D.
1/06/15 → 31/08/21
- 34 Citations (Scopus)
- 1 Other contribution
Hogg, M. & Daniels, K., 26 May 2020, 24 p.
Research output: Other contributionOpen AccessFile