Celia Moore
Celia Moore
Professor of Organisational Behavior, Imperial College Business School
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Why employees do bad things: Moral disengagement and unethical organizational behavior
C Moore, JR Detert, L Klebe Treviņo, VL Baker, DM Mayer
Personnel psychology 65 (1), 1-48, 2012
A review and critique of research on training and organizational-level outcomes
P Tharenou, AM Saks, C Moore
Human resource management review 17 (3), 251-273, 2007
Workplace harassment: double jeopardy for minority women.
JL Berdahl, C Moore
Journal of applied psychology 91 (2), 426, 2006
Moral disengagement
C Moore
Current opinion in psychology 6, 199-204, 2015
Moral disengagement in processes of organizational corruption
C Moore
Journal of Business ethics 80 (1), 129-139, 2008
New developments in performance management
GP Latham, J Almost, S Mann, C Moore
Organizational dynamics 34 (1), 77-87, 2005
Ethically adrift: How others pull our moral compass from true North, and how we can fix it
C Moore, F Gino
Research in organizational behavior 33, 53-77, 2013
Leaders matter morally: The role of ethical leadership in shaping employee moral cognition and misconduct
C Moore, D Mayer, F Chiang, C Crossley, M Karlesky, T Birtch
Journal of Applied Psychology, 2018
The cheater’s high: The unexpected affective benefits of unethical behavior.
NE Ruedy, C Moore, F Gino, ME Schweitzer
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 105 (4), 531-548, 2013
Approach, ability, aftermath: A psychological process framework of unethical behavior at work
C Moore, F Gino
The Academy of Management Annals 9, 1-55, 2015
Tracing the historical roots of career theory in management and organization studies
C Moore, H Gunz, DT Hall
Handbook of career studies, 13-38, 2007
Toward a better understanding of behavioral ethics in the workplace
D De Cremer, C Moore
Annual Review of Organizational Psychology and Organizational Behavior 7 …, 2020
The advantage of being oneself: The role of self-verification in successful job search
C Moore, S Lee, K Kim, D Cable
Journal of Applied Psychology 102 (11), 1493-1513, 2017
Speaking truth to power: The effect of candid feedback on how individuals with power allocate resources.
B Oc, MR Bashshur, C Moore
Journal of Applied Psychology 100, 450-463, 2015
'Just think about it'? Cognitive complexity and moral choice
C Moore, AE Tenbrunsel
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 123, 138-149, 2014
Shady characters: The implications of illicit organizational roles for resilient team performance
HC Stuart, C Moore
Academy of Management Journal, 2016
Reducing rule breaking through task variety: How task design supports deliberative thinking
R Derfler-Rozin, C Moore, B Staats
Organization Science 27 (6), 1361-1379, 2016
The changing workforce, workplace and nature of work: implications for health human resource management
N Spinks, C Moore
Nursing leadership 20 (3), 26-41, 2007
Quantitative research on leadership and business ethics: Examining the state of the field and an agenda for future research
M Palanski, A Newman, H Leroy, C Moore, S Hannah, D Den Hartog
Journal of Business Ethics 168, 109-119, 2021
Squires: Key followers and the social facilitation of charismatic leadership
JM Weber, C Moore
Organizational Psychology Review, DOI 10.1177/2041386613498, 2013
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