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Svetlana N. Khapova
Svetlana N. Khapova
Professor of Organizational Behavior and Leadership, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
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Career success in a boundaryless career world
MB Arthur, SN Khapova, CPM Wilderom
Journal of Organizational Behavior: The International Journal of Industrial …, 2005
24542005
Building a sustainable start: The role of career competencies, career success, and career shocks in young professionals' employability
R Blokker, J Akkermans, M Tims, P Jansen, S Khapova
Journal of Vocational Behavior 112, 172-184, 2019
3092019
Career boundarylessness and career success: A review, integration and guide to future research
Y Guan, MB Arthur, SN Khapova, RJ Hall, RG Lord
Journal of vocational behavior 110, 390-402, 2019
2872019
Does entrepreneurial leadership foster creativity among employees and teams? The mediating role of creative efficacy beliefs
W Cai, EI Lysova, SN Khapova, BAG Bossink
Journal of Business and Psychology 34, 203-217, 2019
2482019
Personal branding: Interdisciplinary systematic review and research agenda
S Gorbatov, SN Khapova, EI Lysova
Frontiers in psychology 9, 2238, 2018
2332018
Career competencies and job crafting: How proactive employees influence their well-being
J Plomp, M Tims, J Akkermans, SN Khapova, PGW Jansen, AB Bakker
Career Development International 21 (6), 587-602, 2016
1912016
The intelligent career framework as a basis for interdisciplinary inquiry
P Parker, SN Khapova, MB Arthur
Journal of vocational behavior 75 (3), 291-302, 2009
1902009
Proactive career behaviors and subjective career success: The moderating role of national culture
A Smale, S Bagdadli, R Cotton, S Dello Russo, M Dickmann, A Dysvik, ...
Journal of organizational behavior 40 (1), 105-122, 2019
1882019
Entrepreneurial team cognition: A review
E de Mol, SN Khapova, T Elfring
International Journal of Management Reviews 17 (2), 232-255, 2015
1772015
Professional identity as the key to career change intention
SN Khapova, MB Arthur, CPM Wilderom, JS Svensson
Career Development International 12 (7), 584-595, 2007
1632007
Work factors influencing the transfer stages of soft skills training: A literature review
JA Botke, PGW Jansen, SN Khapova, M Tims
Educational Research Review 24, 130-147, 2018
1612018
Interdisciplinary approaches to contemporary career studies
SN Khapova, MB Arthur
Human relations 64 (1), 3-17, 2011
1502011
Servant leadership and innovative work behavior in Chinese high-tech firms: A moderated mediation model of meaningful work and job autonomy
W Cai, EI Lysova, SN Khapova, BAG Bossink
Frontiers in psychology 9, 1767, 2018
1492018
Uncertain but able: Entrepreneurial self-efficacy and novices׳ use of expert decision-logic under uncertainty
Y Engel, NG Dimitrova, SN Khapova, T Elfring
Journal of Business Venturing Insights 1, 12-17, 2014
1472014
Entrepreneurial passion diversity in new venture teams: An empirical examination of short-and long-term performance implications
E De Mol, MS Cardon, B de Jong, SN Khapova, T Elfring
Journal of Business Venturing 35 (4), 105965, 2020
1412020
A reexamination of the subjective career concept is timely, given the econo
S Khapova, MB Arthur, CP Wilderom
Handbook of career studies, 114, 2007
1392007
Psychological capital and self‐reported employee creativity: The moderating role of supervisor support and job characteristics
W Cai, EI Lysova, BAG Bossink, SN Khapova, W Wang
Creativity and Innovation Management 28 (1), 30-41, 2019
1132019
An intelligent career: Taking ownership of your work and your life
MB Arthur, SN Khapova, J Richardson
Oxford University Press, 2016
1052016
Optimizing employee creativity in the digital era: Uncovering the interactional effects of abilities, motivations, and opportunities
W Cai, S Khapova, B Bossink, E Lysova, J Yuan
International journal of environmental research and public health 17 (3), 1038, 2020
992020
Examining calling as a double-edged sword for employability
EI Lysova, PGW Jansen, SN Khapova, J Plomp, M Tims
Journal of Vocational Behavior 104, 261-272, 2018
972018
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