The role of emotions in supporting independent professionals

Joanne McKeown, Melanie Bryant, Robyn Cochrane

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Abstract

This chapter looks at how work on emotions, particularly positive emotional states and perceptions of work, has provided the basis for gleaning new insights and understanding the work the engagement of independent professionals. We present the first set of results of the Entity Solutions11Independent Professional (IPro) is a contemporary term used to describe white collar contractors. IPro Index (ESII), the leading benchmark survey for identifying trends, issues and attitudes of IPros in Australia. Prior research indicates the important role that personality traits such as positive affectivity, self-efficacy and internal locus of control can have in determining a positive emotional state at work. These findings lead to the identification of five key areas of lifestyle (overall job satisfaction), well-being (engagement, psychological and emotional aspects), commitment to current client (workplace), perceived support from current client (workplace) and trends (current issues) which underlie the ESII. We use this research as a foundation for developing further understanding of the emotional experiences of those working outside of the traditional employera??employee relationship and in doing so, focus specifically on four of the key areas: job satisfaction, well-being, commitment and perceived organizational support. The descriptive results are derived from 365 responses gathered in an online survey conducted during June and July 2010 from IPros working in Australian organizations.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationWhat Have We Learned? Ten Years On
EditorsCharmine E J Hartel, Neal M Ashkanasy, Wilfred J Zerbe
Place of PublicationBingley UK
PublisherEmerald Group Publishing Limited
Pages133 - 147
Number of pages15
Edition1st
ISBN (Print)9781780522081
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2011

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McKeown, J., Bryant, M., & Cochrane, R. (2011). The role of emotions in supporting independent professionals. In C. E. J. Hartel, N. M. Ashkanasy, & W. J. Zerbe (Eds.), What Have We Learned? Ten Years On (1st ed., pp. 133 - 147). Bingley UK: Emerald Group Publishing Limited. https://doi.org/10.1108/S1746-9791(2011)0000007010
McKeown, Joanne ; Bryant, Melanie ; Cochrane, Robyn. / The role of emotions in supporting independent professionals. What Have We Learned? Ten Years On. editor / Charmine E J Hartel ; Neal M Ashkanasy ; Wilfred J Zerbe. 1st. ed. Bingley UK : Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2011. pp. 133 - 147
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McKeown, J, Bryant, M & Cochrane, R 2011, The role of emotions in supporting independent professionals. in CEJ Hartel, NM Ashkanasy & WJ Zerbe (eds), What Have We Learned? Ten Years On. 1st edn, Emerald Group Publishing Limited, Bingley UK, pp. 133 - 147. https://doi.org/10.1108/S1746-9791(2011)0000007010

The role of emotions in supporting independent professionals. / McKeown, Joanne; Bryant, Melanie; Cochrane, Robyn.

What Have We Learned? Ten Years On. ed. / Charmine E J Hartel; Neal M Ashkanasy; Wilfred J Zerbe. 1st. ed. Bingley UK : Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2011. p. 133 - 147.

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McKeown J, Bryant M, Cochrane R. The role of emotions in supporting independent professionals. In Hartel CEJ, Ashkanasy NM, Zerbe WJ, editors, What Have We Learned? Ten Years On. 1st ed. Bingley UK: Emerald Group Publishing Limited. 2011. p. 133 - 147 https://doi.org/10.1108/S1746-9791(2011)0000007010