Timothy Bartram
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The relationship between leadership and follower in‐role performance and satisfaction with the leader: The mediating effects of empowerment and trust in the leader
T Bartram, G Casimir
Leadership & Organization Development Journal, 2007
Analysing the ‘black box’of HRM: Uncovering HR goals, mediators, and outcomes in a standardized service environment
P Boxall, SH Ang, T Bartram
Journal of Management Studies 48 (7), 1504-1532, 2011
Trust and the relationship between leadership and follower performance: Opening the black box in Australia and China
G Casimir, DA Waldman, T Bartram, S Yang
Journal of Leadership & Organizational Studies 12 (3), 68-84, 2006
Do perceived high performance work systems influence the relationship between emotional labour, burnout and intention to leave? A study of Australian nurses
T Bartram, G Casimir, N Djurkovic, SG Leggat, P Stanton
Journal of Advanced Nursing 68 (7), 1567-1578, 2012
The antecedents and consequences of psychological empowerment among Singaporean IT employees
C Bordin, T Bartram, G Casimir
Management Research News, 2007
Factors affecting the job stress and job satisfaction of Australian nurses: implications for recruitment and retention
T Bartram, TA Joiner, P Stanton
Contemporary nurse 17 (3), 293-304, 2004
The effects of mentoring on perceived career success, commitment and turnover intentions
TA Joiner, T Bartram, T Garreffa
Journal of American Academy of Business 5 (1/2), 164-170, 2004
Singing the same song: translating HRM messages across management hierarchies in Australian hospitals
P Stanton, S Young, T Bartram, SG Leggat
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 21 (4), 567-581, 2010
The effects of high-performance work systems on hospital employees' work attitudes and intention to leave: a multi-level and occupational group analysis
SH Ang, T Bartram, N McNeil, SG Leggat, P Stanton
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 24 (16), 3086-3114, 2013
Lost in translation: exploring the link between HRM and performance in healthcare
T Bartram, P Stanton, S Leggat, G Casimir, B Fraser
Human Resource Management Journal 17 (1), 21-41, 2007
Exploring the effects of high-performance work systems (HPWS) on the work-related well-being of Chinese hospital employees
M Zhang, CJ Zhu, PJ Dowling, T Bartram
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 24 (16), 3196-3212, 2013
Nurse perceptions of the quality of patient care: Confirming the importance of empowerment and job satisfaction
SG Leggat, T Bartram, G Casimir, P Stanton
Health Care Management Review 35 (4), 355-364, 2010
Transformational leadership and social identity as predictors of team climate, perceived quality of care, burnout and turnover intention among nurses
C Cheng, T Bartram, L Karimi, S Leggat
Personnel Review, 2016
Does psychological empowerment mediate the relationship between high performance work systems and patient care quality in hospitals?
D Bonias, T Bartram, SG Leggat, P Stanton
Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources 48 (3), 319-337, 2010
High performance work systems: the gap between policy and practice in health care reform
SG Leggat, T Bartram, P Stanton
Journal of Health Organization and Management, 2011
Career progression among female academics: A comparative study of Australia and Mauritius
PR Thanacoody, T Bartram, M Barker, K Jacobs
Women in Management Review, 2006
Small firms, big ideas: The adoption of human resource management in Australian small firms
T Bartram
Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources 43 (1), 137-154, 2005
Implementing lean management/Six Sigma in hospitals: beyond empowerment or work intensification?
P Stanton, R Gough, R Ballardie, T Bartram, GJ Bamber, A Sohal
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 25 (21), 2926-2940, 2014
The role of team climate in the management of emotional labour: implications for nurse retention
C Cheng, T Bartram, L Karimi, SG Leggat
Journal of advanced nursing 69 (12), 2812-2825, 2013
Well‐being‐oriented human resource management practices and employee performance in the Chinese banking sector: The role of social climate and resilience
B Cooper, J Wang, T Bartram, FL Cooke
Human Resource Management 58 (1), 85-97, 2019
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