Niels Van Quaquebeke
Niels Van Quaquebeke
Professor of Leadership and Organizational Behavior, KLU
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How do transformational leaders foster positive employee outcomes? A self‐determination‐based analysis of employees' needs as mediating links
S Kovjanic, SC Schuh, K Jonas, NV Quaquebeke, R Van Dick
Journal of Organizational Behavior 33 (8), 1031-1052, 2012
Gender differences in leadership role occupancy: The mediating role of power motivation
SC Schuh, AS Hernandez Bark, N Van Quaquebeke, R Hossiep, P Frieg, ...
Journal of Business Ethics 120, 363-379, 2014
Respectful inquiry: A motivational account of leading through asking questions and listening
N Van Quaquebeke, W Felps
Academy of Management Review 43 (1), 5-27, 2018
Ethical leadership and follower organizational deviance: The moderating role of follower moral attentiveness
S Van Gils, N Van Quaquebeke, D van Knippenberg, M Van Dijke, ...
The Leadership Quarterly 26 (2), 190-203, 2015
Defining respectful leadership: What it is, how it can be measured, and another glimpse at what it is related to
N Van Quaquebeke, T Eckloff
Journal of Business Ethics 91, 343-358, 2010
The X-factor: On the relevance of implicit leadership and followership theories for leader–member exchange agreement
S Van Gils, N Van Quaquebeke, D Van Knippenberg
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 19 (3), 333-363, 2010
When does procedural fairness promote organizational citizenship behavior? Integrating empowering leadership types in relational justice models
M van Dijke, D De Cremer, DM Mayer, N Van Quaquebeke
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 117 (2), 235-248, 2012
Keeping (Future) Rivals Down: Temporal Social Comparison Predicts Coworker Social Undermining via Future Status Threat and Envy
S Reh, C Tröster, N Van Quaquebeke
The Journal of Applied Psychology 103 (4), 399-415, 2018
An identity perspective on ethical leadership to explain organizational citizenship behavior: the interplay of follower moral identity and leader group prototypicality
FH Gerpott, N Van Quaquebeke, S Schlamp, SC Voelpel
Journal of Business Ethics 156, 1063-1078, 2019
More than meets the eye: The role of subordinates' self-perceptions in leader categorization processes
N Van Quaquebeke, D Van Knippenberg, FC Brodbeck
The Leadership Quarterly 22 (2), 367-382, 2011
Using a relational models perspective to understand normatively appropriate conduct in ethical leadership
S Giessner, N Van Quaquebeke
Journal of Business Ethics 95, 43-55, 2010
Find out how much it means to me! The importance of interpersonal respect in work values compared to perceived organizational practices
N Van Quaquebeke, S Zenker, T Eckloff
Journal of business ethics 89 (3), 423-431, 2009
“It’s not tolerance I’m asking for, it’s respect!” A conceptual framework to differentiate between tolerance, acceptance and (two types of) respect
N Van Quaquebeke, DC Henrich, T Eckloff
Gruppe. Interaktion. Organisation. Zeitschrift für Angewandte …, 2007
The double-edged sword of big data in organizational and management research: A review of opportunities and risks
R Wenzel, N Van Quaquebeke
Organizational Research Methods 21 (3), 548-591, 2018
What do leaders have to live up to? Contrasting the effects of central tendency versus ideal-based leader prototypes in leader categorization processes
N Van Quaquebeke, MM Graf, T Eckloff
Leadership 10 (2), 191-217, 2014
How embodied cognitions affect judgments: Height-related attribution bias in football foul calls
N Van Quaquebeke, SR Giessner
Be (com) ing real: A multi-source and an intervention study on mindfulness and authentic leadership
A Nübold, N Van Quaquebeke, UR Hülsheger
Journal of Business and Psychology 35 (4), 469-488, 2020
When victims help their abusive supervisors: The role of LMX, self-blame, and guilt
C Tröster, N Van Quaquebeke
Academy of Management Journal 64 (6), 1793-1815, 2021
The aura of charisma: A review on the embodiment perspective as signaling
S Reh, N Van Quaquebeke, SR Giessner
The Leadership Quarterly 28 (4), 486-507, 2017
Getting respect from a boss you respect: How different types of respect interact to explain subordinates’ job satisfaction as mediated by self-determination
C Decker, N Van Quaquebeke
Journal of Business Ethics 131 (3), 543-556, 2015
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