An emotional spark: Exploring the role of emotions in organizational training programs and beyond
Date of Award
Master of Science (MS)
School of Communication
Kevin R. Meyer
This study sought to identify which emotions are experienced during initial training periods in organizations, and how these emotions affect job satisfaction and employee intent to leave in the long-term in these organizations. Scales were developed to measure 20 positive and negative emotions experienced during initial training programs, how likeable and clear their trainer was perceived to be, and perceptions of job satisfaction and employee intent to leave.
Hook, Olivia Loren, "An emotional spark: Exploring the role of emotions in organizational training programs and beyond" (2015). Theses and Dissertations. 337.
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