joanna crossman
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International experience and graduate employability: Stakeholder perceptions on the connection
JE Crossman, M Clarke
Higher education 59, 599-613, 2010
Interpersonal skills in organisations
SC De Janasz, J Crossman, N Campbell, M Power
Conceptualising followership–a review of the literature
B Crossman, J Crossman
Leadership 7 (4), 481-497, 2011
Conceptualising spiritual leadership in secular organizational contexts and its relation to transformational, servant and environmental leadership
J Crossman
Leadership & Organization Development Journal 31 (7), 596-608, 2010
The role of relationships and emotions in student perceptions of learning and assessment
J Crossman
Higher Education Research & Development 26 (3), 313-327, 2007
Environmental and spiritual leadership: Tracing the synergies from an organizational perspective
J Crossman
Journal of business ethics 103, 553-565, 2011
Secular spiritual development in education from international and global perspectives
J Crossman
Oxford Review of Education 29 (4), 503-520, 2003
Alignment and misalignment in personal and organizational spiritual identities
J Crossman
Identity 16 (3), 154-168, 2016
Tough love or bullying? New nurse transitional experiences
YMJ Leong, J Crossman
Journal of clinical nursing 25 (9-10), 1356-1366, 2016
New nurse transition: Success through aligning multiple identities
YMJ Leong, J Crossman
Journal of health organization and management 29 (7), 1098-1114, 2015
Engaging international students: An analysis of the Australian Universities Quality Agency (AUQA) reports
J Burdett, J Crossman
Quality Assurance in Education 20 (3), 207-222, 2012
When Not Knowing is a Virtue: A Business Ethics Perspective
J Crossman, V Doshi
Journal of Business Ethics 131, 1-8, 2015
Being on the outer: The risks and benefits of spiritual self-disclosure in the Australian workplace
JE Crossman
Journal of Management & Organization 21 (6), 772-785, 2015
Sunao as Character: Its Implications for Trust and Intercultural Communication Within Subsidiaries of Japanese Multinationals in Australia
J Crossman, H Noma
Journal of business ethics 113, 543-555, 2013
Friendship and relationships in virtual and intercultural learning: Internationalising the business curriculum
J Crossman, S Bordia
Australian Journal of Adult Learning 51 (2), 329-354, 2011
Factors influencing the assessment perceptions of training teachers.
J Crossman
International Education Journal 5 (4), 582-590, 2004
Experiential learning about intercultural communication through intercultural communication: internationalising a business communication curriculum
JE Crossman
Journal of Intercultural Communication 11 (1), 1-11, 2011
The Palgrave handbook of workplace spirituality and fulfillment
S Dhiman, GE Roberts, J Crossman
Palgrave Macmillan, 2018
“Checking the pulse” The international student experience and social engagement across Australian universities: reflecting on AUQA feedback to Cycle 2 reports
J Burdett, J Crossman
Journal of International Education in Business 3 (1/2), 53-67, 2010
Are business academics in Australia experiencing emotional labour? A call for empirical research
J Hatzinikolakis, J Crossman
Journal of Management & Organization 16 (3), 425-435, 2010
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