Susanne Tafvelin
Susanne Tafvelin
PhD, Department of Psychology, Umeå University
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Transformational leadership and well-being in sports: The mediating role of need satisfaction
A Stenling, S Tafvelin
Journal of applied sport psychology 26 (2), 182-196, 2014
Toward understanding the direct and indirect effects of transformational leadership on well-being: A longitudinal study
S Tafvelin, K Armelius, K Westerberg
Journal of Leadership & Organizational Studies 18 (4), 480-492, 2011
Transformational leadership in the social work context: The importance of leader continuity and co-worker support
S Tafvelin, U Hyvönen, K Westerberg
The British Journal of Social Work 44 (4), 886-904, 2014
Leadership training as an occupational health intervention: Improved safety and sustained productivity
U von Thiele Schwarz, H Hasson, S Tafvelin
Safety science 81, 35-45, 2016
The importance of leadership style and psychosocial work environment to staff‐assessed quality of care: implications for home help services
K Westerberg, S Tafvelin
Health & social care in the community 22 (5), 461-468, 2014
The transformational leadership process: Antecedents, mechanisms, and outcomes in the social services
S Tafvelin
Umeå universitet, 2013
Communication strategies: The fuel for quality coach-athlete relationships and athlete satisfaction
L Davis, S Jowett, S Tafvelin
Frontiers in psychology 10, 2156, 2019
Leading well is a matter of resources: Leader vigour and peer support augments the relationship between transformational leadership and burnout
S Tafvelin, K Nielsen, U von Thiele Schwarz, A Stenling
Work and Stress, 2018
Leading for safety: A question of leadership focus
MM Molnar, UVT Schwarz, J Hellgren, H Hasson, S Tafvelin
Safety and health at work 10 (2), 180-187, 2019
The mediating role of demand and control in the relationship between leadership behaviour and employee distress: A cross-sectional study
C Lornudd, S Tafvelin, U von Thiele Schwarz, D Bergman
International journal of nursing studies 52 (2), 543-554, 2015
Comparing employees and managers’ perceptions of organizational learning, health, and work performance
H Hasson, S Tafvelin, U von Thiele Schwarz
Advances in developing human resources 15 (2), 163-176, 2013
Leading for change: line managers’ influence on the outcomes of an occupational health intervention
R Lundmark, H Hasson, U von Thiele Schwarz, D Hasson, S Tafvelin
Work & Stress 31 (3), 276-296, 2017
Improving organizational learning through leadership training
H Hasson, U von Thiele Schwarz, S Holmstrom, M Karanika-Murray, ...
Journal of Workplace Learning, 2016
Are formal leaders the only ones benefitting from leadership training? A shared leadership perspective
S Tafvelin, H Hasson, S Holmström, U von Thiele Schwarz
Journal of leadership & organizational studies 26 (1), 32-43, 2019
Preretirement work motivation and subsequent retirement adjustment: A self-determination theory perspective
G Henning, A Stenling, S Tafvelin, I Hansson, M Kivi, B Johansson, ...
Work, Aging and Retirement 5 (2), 189-203, 2019
In agreement? Leader-team perceptual distance in organizational learning affects work performance
S Tafvelin, U von Thiele Schwarz, H Hasson
Journal of Business Research 75, 1-7, 2017
Employees' and line managers' active involvement in participatory organizational interventions: Examining direct, reversed, and reciprocal effects on well‐being
S Tafvelin, U von Thiele Schwarz, K Nielsen, H Hasson
Stress and Health 35 (1), 69-80, 2019
Are we all in the same boat? The role of perceptual distance in organizational health interventions
H Hasson, U von Thiele Schwarz, K Nielsen, S Tafvelin
Stress and Health 32 (4), 294-303, 2016
No leader is an island: contextual antecedents to line managers' constructive and destructive leadership during an organizational intervention
R Lundmark, K Nielsen, H Hasson, U von Thiele Schwarz, S Tafvelin
International Journal of Workplace Health Management, 2020
Aligning job redesign with leadership training to improve supervisor support: a quasi-experimental study of the integration of HR practices
S Tafvelin, A Stenling, R Lundmark, K Westerberg
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 28 (1), 74-84, 2019
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