Well-being and stress among leaders and employees: How does leader stress affect employee stress and well-being?

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Well-being and stress among leaders and employees : How does leader stress affect employee stress and well-being? / Skakon, Janne.

Kbh., 2010. 156 p.

Research output: Book/ReportPh.D. thesis

Harvard

Skakon, J 2010, Well-being and stress among leaders and employees: How does leader stress affect employee stress and well-being? Kbh.

APA

Skakon, J. (2010). Well-being and stress among leaders and employees: How does leader stress affect employee stress and well-being?.

Vancouver

Skakon J. Well-being and stress among leaders and employees: How does leader stress affect employee stress and well-being? Kbh., 2010. 156 p.

Author

Skakon, Janne. / Well-being and stress among leaders and employees : How does leader stress affect employee stress and well-being?. Kbh., 2010. 156 p.

Bibtex

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