Biography

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I am a Senior Lecturer in Organisational Behaviour and Business Ethics in the Employment Systems and Institutions (ESI) subject group. I am currently the ESI group Research Co-ordinator and NBS Equality, Diversity and Disability Liaison Officer. Since joining NBS, I have also served as BSc. Business Management Course Leader and Chair of the NBS Research Ethics Committee. 
  
I have a BSc (Hons.) in Psychology from Aston University, an MSc. in Occupational Psychology from the University of Sheffield (Institute of Work Psychology) and a PhD in Management from Aston Business School (Aston University). Prior to my doctoral studies, I held research associate posts at Warwick Business School (University of Warwick), and Aston Business School. 

All Publications

Slutskaya, N., Game, A. M., Simpson, R. C.

(2018)

Better Together: Examining the Role of Collaborative Ethnographic Documentary in Organizational Research,

in Organizational Research Methods

21

(2)

pp. 341-365

Full Text UEA Repository

(Article)

(Published)


Joy, S., Game, A. M., Toshniwal, I. G.

(2018)

Applying Bourdieu’s capital-field-habitus framework to migrant careers: Taking stock and adding a transnational perspective,

in International Journal of Human Resource Management

Full Text UEA Repository

(Article)

(E-pub ahead of print)


Game, A. M., Crawshaw, J. R.

(2017)

A Question of Fit: Cultural and Individual Differences in Interpersonal Justice Perceptions,

in Journal of Business Ethics

144

(2)

pp. 279–291

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(Article)

(Published)


Game, A. M.

(2017)

Leading to a Respectful Workplace,

in Leading to Occupational Health and Safety : How Leadership Behaviours Impact Organizational Safety and Well-Being.

John Wiley & Sons, Ltd

pp. 93-112

ISBN 978-1-118-97370-7

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(Chapter)

(Published)


Game, A., Gregoriou, A.

(2016)

Do brokers act in the best interests of their clients? New evidence from electronic trading systems,

in Business Ethics: A European Review

25

(2)

pp. 187–197

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(Article)

(Published)


Game, A., West, M. A., Thomas, G.

(2016)

The role of attachment and leader caregiving in followers' negative affective experiences,

in Emotions and Organizational Governance.

Emerald Group Publishing Limited

pp. 35-67

ISBN 978-1-78560-998-5

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(Chapter)

(Published)


Crawshaw, J., Game, A.

(2015)

The role of line managers in employee career management: An attachment theory perspective,

in International Journal of Human Resource Management

26

(9)

pp. 1182-1203

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(Article)

(Published)


Al Ariss, A., Vassilopoulou, J., Ozbilgin, M., Game, A.

(2013)

Understanding career experiences of skilled minority ethnic workers in France and Germany,

in International Journal of Human Resource Management

24

(6)

pp. 1236-1256

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(Article)

(Published)


Game, A.

(2011)

Leadership and attachment theory: Understanding interpersonal dynamics in leader-follower relations,

in The SAGE Handbook of Leadership.

Sage

pp. 326-337

ISBN 978-1-84860-146-8

UEA Repository

(Chapter)

(Published)


Game, A.

(2008)

Negative emotions in supervisory relationships: the role of relational models,

in Human Relations

61

(3)

pp. 355-393

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(Article)

(Published)


Game, A. M.

(2007)

Perceiving is believing: Negative affective events and relational models in supervisory relationships,

in Academy of Management Proceedings.

Academy of Management

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(Conference contribution)

(Published)


Game, A. M.

(2007)

Workplace boredom coping: health, safety, and HR implications,

in Personnel Review

36

(5)

pp. 701-721

Full Text UEA Repository

(Article)

(Published)


Key Research Interests

My current research interests include workplace emotions and leadership, attachment theory in organisational contexts, ethical decision-making, and ethical leadership.

I am interested in supervising PhD research within the broad area of work/organisational psychology but particularly emotions at work, attachment theory in organisational contexts and leader-follower relations.

 

Teaching Interests

Recent teaching:

  • NBS-5006Y Business Ethics
  • NBS-7064Y Business Research Methods
  • NBS-6019Y Building Strengths at Work

 

Professional Activities

  • Editorial board: British Journal of Management
  • Ad hoc journal refereeing: Human Relations, Group and Organization Management, British Journal of Management, Journal of Business Ethics, International Journal of Human Resource Management, Personnel Review, Work and Stress
  • Conference refereeing: Academy of Management, Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology