"Workplace Aggression - A Model and Some Thoughts"
School of Business Administration
University of Dayton
In our paper, we present a model that captures processes leading to aggressive behaviors in the workplace. Starting with trigger events, the model outlines the development of aggressive behaviors via three processing routes that vary in the level of deliberate, mindful processing. The model outlines how repeated exposure to trigger events can lead to the escalation of workplace aggression, while also highlighting the moderating role of factors such as an individual_s level of self-control and attitude toward revenge.
Tuesday 12th June @ 2 PM
Block 24a, McElwain Building
University of Queensland