Kivanc Bozkus

Artvin Coruh University Turkey

Dr. Bozkus is an associate professor working at Artvin Coruh University in Turkey. He completed a bachelor’s degree in science teaching and worked as a science teacher. By receiving a graduate education grant from the ministry of national education, he got a master’s degree in educational leadership from the PennState University. He has got his Ph.D. degree in educational administration at Anadolu University in Turkey. His research interests are professional development of teachers, school development, leadership, and organizational behavior.

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Discover the hidden underbelly of organizational behavior in this thought-provoking edited volume, Organizational Behavior - Negative Aspects. Delving into the darker dimensions of the workplace, this book explores the detrimental aspects that impact individuals, teams, and entire organizations. From the elusive "Dark Triad" to counterproductive workplace behaviors and the perils of technostress, a wide range of topics are covered to provide a comprehensive understanding of the challenges organizations face. Fear's crushing impact on organizational culture and the unexplored realms of leadership expectations further challenge conventional notions. The negative aspects of teacher burnout and its profound effects on educational institutions highlight the urgency of addressing this issue. With insightful perspectives and evidence-based recommendations, this collection offers a valuable resource for researchers and practitioners seeking to navigate the complexities of negative organizational behavior. Whether you are a scholar, a manager, or simply curious about the intricacies of organizational dynamics, this book will broaden your understanding and inspire meaningful change. Join us on this journey as we uncover the hidden side of organizational behavior and pave the way towards healthier, more productive workplaces.

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