Chak Fu Lam
Chak Fu Lam
Associate Professor of Management, City University of Hong Kong
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Building a sustainable model of human energy in organizations: Exploring the critical role of resources
RW Quinn, GM Spreitzer, CF Lam
Academy of Management Annals 6 (1), 337-396, 2012
It's the little things that matter: An examination of knowledge workers' energy management
C Fritz, CF Lam, GM Spreitzer
Academy of Management Perspectives 25 (3), 28-39, 2011
Self-determined work motivation predicts job outcomes, but what predicts self-determined work motivation?
CF Lam, ST Gurland
Journal of research in personality 42 (4), 1109-1115, 2008
The impact of feedback frequency on learning and task performance: Challenging the “more is better” assumption
CF Lam, DS DeRue, EP Karam, JR Hollenbeck
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 116 (2), 217-228, 2011
Job insecurity and organizational citizenship behavior: exploring curvilinear and moderated relationships.
CF Lam, J Liang, SJ Ashford, C Lee
Journal of Applied Psychology 100 (2), 499, 2015
When do employees speak up for their customers? A model of voice in a customer service context
CF Lam, DM Mayer
Personnel Psychology 67 (3), 637-666, 2014
Going the extra mile and feeling energized: An enrichment perspective of organizational citizenship behaviors.
CF Lam, WH Wan, CJ Roussin
Journal of Applied Psychology 101 (3), 379, 2016
Engagement and human thriving: Complementary perspectives on energy and connections to work
GM Spreitzer, CF Lam, C Fritz
Work engagement: A handbook of essential theory and research, 132-146, 2010
Too much of a good thing: Curvilinear effect of positive affect on proactive behaviors
CF Lam, G Spreitzer, C Fritz
Journal of Organizational Behavior 35 (4), 530-546, 2014
Say it as it is: Consequences of voice directness, voice politeness, and voicer credibility on voice endorsement.
CF Lam, C Lee, Y Sui
Journal of Applied Psychology 104 (5), 642, 2019
Exploring the interpersonal determinants of job embeddedness and voluntary turnover: A conservation of resources perspective
L Zhang, C Fan, Y Deng, CF Lam, E Hu, L Wang
Human Resource Management Journal 29 (3), 413-432, 2019
Human energy in organizations: Implications for POS from six interdisciplinary streams
GM Spreitzer, CF Lam, RW Quinn
Building a sustainable model of human energy in organizations: Exploring the critical role of resources. The Academy of Management Annals, 6 (1), 337–396
RW Quinn, GM Spreitzer, CF Lam
Leader–member exchange and guanxi are not the same: differential impact of dyadic relationships on fit perceptions, helping behavior, and turnover intention
L Zhang, CF Lam, Y Deng
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 28 (7), 1005-1030, 2017
Shooting from the hip: A habit perspective of voice
CF Lam, L Rees, LL Levesque, S Ornstein
Academy of Management Review 43 (3), 470-486, 2018
Employee Constructive Voice: An Integrative Review and a Dyadic Approach
YJ Kim, CF Lam, J Oh, W Sohn
Journal of Management, 01492063221108654, 2022
More depleted, speak up more? A daily examination of the benefit and cost of depletion for voice behavior and voice endorsement
CF Lam, HH Johnson, LJ Song, W Wu, C Lee, Z Chen
Journal of Organizational Behavior 43 (6), 983-1000, 2022
Reconciling negativity with positive leadership: A practical application
CF Lam, C Roussin
Journal of Positive Management 6 (1), 29-41, 2015
Understanding evolutionary theory: The role of epistemological development and beliefs
BK Hofer, CF Lam, A Delisi
Epistemology and science education: Understanding the evolution vs …, 2012
A meta-analysis of work engagement: relationship with burnout, demands, resources, and consequences
GM Spreitzer, CF Lam, C Fritz
Work Engagement: A Handbook of Essential Theory and Research, Psychology …, 2010
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