Deanne N. Den Hartog
Deanne N. Den Hartog
Professor of Organizational Behavior, University of Amsterdam
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Culture specific and cross-culturally generalizable implicit leadership theories: Are attributes of charismatic/transformational leadership universally endorsed?
DN Den Hartog, RJ House, PJ Hanges, SA Ruiz-Quintanilla, PW Dorfman, ...
The Leadership Quarterly 10 (2), 219-256, 1999
How leaders influence employees' innovative behaviour
JPJ De Jong, DN Den Hartog
European Journal of innovation management, 2007
Transactional versus transformational leadership: An analysis of the MLQ
DN Den Hartog, JJ Muijen, PL Koopman
Journal of occupational and organizational psychology 70 (1), 19-34, 1997
Measuring innovative work behaviour
J De Jong, D Den Hartog
Creativity and innovation management 19 (1), 23-36, 2010
Cultural influences on leadership and organizations: Project GLOBE
RJ House, PJ Hanges, SA Ruiz-Quintanilla, PW Dorfman, M Javidan, ...
Advances in global leadership 1 (2), 171-233, 1999
Ethical and despotic leadership, relationships with leader's social responsibility, top management team effectiveness and subordinates' optimism: A multi-method study
AHB De Hoogh, DN Den Hartog
The Leadership Quarterly 19 (3), 297-311, 2008
The relationship between ethical leadership and core job characteristics
RF Piccolo, R Greenbaum, DN Hartog, R Folger
Journal of organizational behavior 31 (2‐3), 259-278, 2010
Ethical leadership at work questionnaire (ELW): Development and validation of a multidimensional measure
K Kalshoven, DN Den Hartog, AHB De Hoogh
The leadership quarterly 22 (1), 51-69, 2011
Measuring trust inside organisations
G Dietz, DN Den Hartog
Personnel review, 2006
Research on leadership in a cross-cultural context: Making progress, and raising new questions
MW Dickson, DN Den Hartog, JK Mitchelson
The leadership quarterly 14 (6), 729-768, 2003
Cultural and leadership predictors of corporate social responsibility values of top management: A GLOBE study of 15 countries
DA Waldman, M Sully de Luque, N Washburn, RJ House, B Adetoun, ...
Journal of International Business Studies 37 (6), 823-837, 2006
Cultural variation of leadership prototypes across 22 European countries
FC Brodbeck, M Frese, S Akerblom, G Audia, G Bakacsi, H Bendova, ...
Journal of occupational and organizational psychology 73 (1), 1-29, 2000
Performance management: A model and research agenda
DN Den Hartog, P Boselie, J Paauwe
Applied psychology 53 (4), 556-569, 2004
Diversity and team outcomes: The moderating effects of outcome interdependence and group longevity and the mediating effect of reflexivity
MC Schippers, DN Den Hartog, PL Koopman, JA Wienk
Journal of Organizational Behavior: The International Journal of Industrial …, 2003
High performance work systems, organisational culture and firm effectiveness
DN Den Hartog, RM Verburg
Human Resource Management Journal 14 (1), 55-78, 2004
The relationship between perceptions of HR practices and employee outcomes: examining the role of person–organisation and person–job fit
C Boon, DN Den Hartog, P Boselie, J Paauwe
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 22 (01), 138-162, 2011
Work engagement and Machiavellianism in the ethical leadership process
DN Den Hartog, FD Belschak
Journal of business ethics 107 (1), 35-47, 2012
When does transformational leadership enhance employee proactive behavior? The role of autonomy and role breadth self-efficacy.
DN Den Hartog, FD Belschak
Journal of Applied Psychology 97 (1), 194, 2012
Linking the Big Five‐Factors of personality to charismatic and transactional leadership; perceived dynamic work environment as a moderator
AHB De Hoogh, DN Den Hartog, PL Koopman
Journal of Organizational Behavior: The International Journal of Industrial …, 2005
Transformational leadership in a project-based environment: a comparative study of the leadership styles of project managers and line managers
AE Keegan, DN Den Hartog
International journal of project management 22 (8), 609-617, 2004
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