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Entrepreneurial and Small Business Stressors, Experienced Stress, and Well Being.

Author/Creator:
Perrewé, Pamela L.
Publication:
Bingley : Emerald Publishing Limited, 2020.
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (213 pages)
Series:
Research in Occupational Stress and Well Being Ser.
Research in Occupational Stress and Well Being Ser. ; v.18
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Subjects:
Job stress.
Entrepreneurship-Psychological aspects.
Small business-Management-Psychological aspects.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Summary:
Volume 18 of Research in Occupational Stress and Well-Beingis focused on the stress and well-being related to Entrepreneurship and Small Businesses. This volume focuses on entrepreneurial and small business owners' stress, health, and well-being as it relates to personal, work, and success outcomes.
Contents:
Intro
Half Title Page
Series Page
Title Page
Copyright Page
Contents
About the Contributors
Overview
Chapter 1-Worker Health and Well-Being in the Gig Economy: A Proposed Framework and Research Agenda
Gig Work and Gig Workers
Gig Workers
Model of Worker Experiences and Outcomes
Motivations of Workers in the Gig Economy
Demands, Resources, and Personal Adaptation Factors
Job Demands
Precarious Work Situations
Alienation
Underemployment
Emotional Labor
Job Resources
Skill/Task Variety
Personal Adaptation Factors
Social Capital
Psychological Capital
Tolerance for Ambiguity
Conclusions and Proposed Research Agenda
Who Enters the Gig Economy?
What Is the Life Cycle of the Gig Economy?
What Are the Long-term Effects of Working in the Gig Economy?
How Do Gig Workers Craft Work Lives?
How Do Workers Form a Work Identity in the Gig Economy?
Will Platforms and Organizations Invest Resources to Retain Workers and Increase Well-being?
References
Chapter 2-Stress Events Theory: A Theoretical Framework for Understanding Entrepreneurial Behavior
Entrepreneurial Stress: Theoretical and Empirical Background
Entrepreneurial Stress within the New Venture Context
Entrepreneurial Stress and Interpersonal and Family Relationships
Consequences of Stress for Entrepreneurs
Summary of the Literature
A Brief Review of Events Systems Theory
Events
Entities
Event Characteristics
Accuracy of Interpretation
Appraisal-based Coping
Resource-based Coping
Consequences of Event Interpretations and Coping Reactions
Well-being: Job Satisfaction and Engagement
Relational Impacts: Personal and Work Relationships
New Venture Performance
Discussion
Practical Implications
Areas of Future Research
Conclusion
References.
Chapter 3-Stress and Well-Being in Entrepreneurship: A Critical Review and Future Research Agenda
Introduction
Entrepreneurship and Stress
Methods
Data Analysis
Results
Sources and Outcomes of Entrepreneurial Stress
Sources of Stress
Outcomes and Consequences of Entrepreneurial Stress
Discussion
Person to Nascent Entrepreneur
Nascent Entrepreneur to Organization
Organization to Outcome
Conclusion
References
Chapter 4-More Specific than "Small": Identifying Key Factors to Account for the Heterogeneity in Stress Findings among Small Businesses
Key Factors Affecting Stress Among Small Business Owners
Owner Centrality
Being the Owner
Consistency and Importance of Owner Contributions
Individual Differences
Internal Locus of Control and Autonomy
Promotion Focus
Psychological and Human Capital
Gender
Gender Differences in Non-work Influences
Gender Differences in Social Support and Resource Salience
Gender's Potential Confounds
Business/Ownership Type
"Types" of Ownership - Small Business Owners, Entrepreneurs, and Being Self-employed
Necessity Versus Opportunity Entrepreneurship
Family Ownership and Family Employees
Presence of Human Resources and Business Size
Industry
Time
Short-versus Long-term Effects
Business Phase and Duration of Self-employment
New versus Serial Entrepreneurs
Discussion and Recommendations
However, Not Every Factor Will Matter Every Time: Consider Relative Importance
Highlighted Theoretical Implications
Ruling Out Confounds and Alternative Explanations
Consider ASA
Conclusion
References
Chapter 5-Struggling to Survive: Non-Family Member Employees, The Family, and Stress in Family Firm Startups
Literature Review
Non-family Member Employees
Occupational Stress
Family Member Stress.
Theory and Propositions
Stress on the Family
Discussion
Conclusion
References
Chapter 6-Picking Up the Reigns: The Crucial Role of Psychological Capital in the Transition from Long-Term Unemployment to Entrepreneurship
Unemployment
Existing Interventions Aimed at Coping with or Escaping Unemployment
(Fostering) Self-employment
Fostering Self-employment Through Education and Training
Psychological Traits Relevant to Self-employment
Traits and Characteristics Relevant to Entrepreneurship (Success)
Optimism, Efficacy, Hope, and Resilience: Psychological Capital and Self-employment
Psychological Capital and (Employee) Well-being
Psychological Capital and Self-employment
Picking Up the Reigns: Incorporating PsyCap in Entrepreneurship Education and Training
Future-oriented Thinking Styles and Enhancing Strengths: A Focus on PsyCap in EET
Conclusion
References
Chapter 7-Accruing and Leveraging Untapped and Under-developed Resources and Technologies as a Means to Manage Stress in Entrepreneurial Ventures
Entrepreneurial Challenges in the Twenty-first Century
Entrepreneurial Specific Stressors - The Current Landscape
Combatting Stress in the Entrepreneurial Environment
The Positive Organizational Behavior Institute
POB and POBI
Psychological Capital
Biometric Wearable Devices, Artificial Intelligence, Big Data Analytics of PsyCap Resources
Algorithmic Leadership
Organizations that Take Well-being and Performance to Heart
The U.S. Navy - Deckplate Leadership and Culture Evolution
The Department of Homeland Security
Evidence-based Mobile Apps That Support Well-being and Performance
Conclusion
Acknowledgments
References
Appendix 1. Developmental Guidelines for Developing Individual and cPsyCap
Hope
Developing PsyCap Hope
Efficacy.
Developing PsyCap Efficacy
Resilience
Developing PsyCap Resilience
Optimism
PsyCap Optimism
cPsyCap Developmental Guidelines
cPsyCap Developmental Guidelines
cPsyCap Hope
cPsyCap Efficacy
cPsyCap Resilience
cPsyCap Optimism
Index.
Notes:
Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.
Contributor:
Harms, Peter D.
Chang, Chu-Hsiang (Daisy).
Other format:
Print version: Perrewé, Pamela L. Entrepreneurial and Small Business Stressors, Experienced Stress, and Well Being
ISBN:
9781839823985
9781839823978
OCLC:
1182855567