Sherry E Sullivan
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The changing nature of careers: A review and research agenda
SE Sullivan
Journal of management 25 (3), 457-484, 1999
Advances in career theory and research: A critical review and agenda for future exploration
SE Sullivan, Y Baruch
Journal of management 35 (6), 1542-1571, 2009
The evolution of the boundaryless career concept: Examining physical and psychological mobility
SE Sullivan, MB Arthur
Journal of vocational behavior 69 (1), 19-29, 2006
Kaleidoscope careers: An alternate explanation for the “opt-out “revolution
LA Mainiero, SE Sullivan
Academy of Management Perspectives 19 (1), 106-123, 2005
Women entrepreneurs: Moving beyond the glass ceiling
DP Moore, EH Buttner, DJ Wong-MingJi, SE Sullivan
Academy of Management Review 24 (3), 585-586, 1999
Using the kaleidoscope career model to examine generational differences in work attitudes
SE Sullivan, ML Forret, SM Carraher, LA Mainiero
Career Development International 14 (3), 284-302, 2009
Multiple mentoring in academe: Developing the professorial network
SC De Janasz, SE Sullivan
Journal of vocational behavior 64 (2), 263-283, 2004
Mentoring across global boundaries: An empirical examination of home-and host-country mentors on expatriate career outcomes
SM Carraher, SE Sullivan, MM Crocitto
Journal of International Business Studies 39, 1310-1326, 2008
The opt out revolt: Whe people are leaving companies to create kaleidoscope careers
LA Mainiero, SE Sullivan
Davies-Black Publishing, 2006
Mentor networks and career success: Lessons for turbulent times
SC De Janasz, SE Sullivan, V Whiting
Academy of Management Perspectives 17 (4), 78-91, 2003
Global mentoring as a means of career development and knowledge creation: A learning‐based framework and agenda for future research
MM Crocitto, SE Sullivan, SM Carraher
Career Development International 10 (6/7), 522-535, 2005
Careers in the next millennium: Directions for future research
SE Sullivan, WA Carden, DF Martin
Human Resource Management Review 8 (2), 165-185, 1998
The role of judgment calls in meta-analysis.
JP Wanous, SE Sullivan, J Malinak
Journal of Applied Psychology 74 (2), 259, 1989
Using the kaleidoscope career model to understand the changing patterns of women's careers: Designing HRD programs that attract and retain women
SE Sullivan, L Mainiero
Advances in Developing Human Resources 10 (1), 32-49, 2008
The changing nature of gender roles, alpha/beta careers and work‐life issues: Theory‐driven implications for human resource management
SE Sullivan, LA Mainiero
Career Development International 12 (3), 238-263, 2007
An examination of the stress experienced by entrepreneurial expatriate health care professionals working in Benin, Bolivia, Burkina Faso, Ethiopia, Ghana, Niger, Nigeria …
SM Carraher, SE Sullivan, SC Carraher
International Journal of Entrepreneurship 9, 45, 2005
Making sense of different perspectives on career transitions: A review and agenda for future research
SE Sullivan, A Al Ariss
Human Resource Management Review 31 (1), 100727, 2021
Do women's networks help advance women's careers? Differences in perceptions of female workers and top leadership
DA O'Neil, MM Hopkins, SE Sullivan
Career Development International 16 (7), 733-754, 2011
Customer Service, Entrepreneurial Orientation, and Performance: A Study in Health Care Organizations in Hong Kong, Italy, New
SM Carraher, SC Carraher, C Enterprises
Journal of Applied Management and Entrepreneurship 11 (4), 33-48, 2006
Networking via LinkedIn: An examination of usage and career benefits
J Davis, HG Wolff, ML Forret, SE Sullivan
Journal of Vocational Behavior 118, 103396, 2020
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