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Sebastian C. Schuh
Sebastian C. Schuh
CEIBS - China Europe International Business School
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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 Dick
Journal of Organizational Behavior 33 (8), 1031-1052, 2012
4222012
Transformational leadership and performance: An experimental investigation of the mediating effects of basic needs satisfaction and work engagement
S Kovjanic, SC Schuh, K Jonas
Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology 86 (4), 543-555, 2013
3892013
Gender differences in leadership role occupancy: The mediating role of power motivation
SC Schuh, ASH Bark, N Van Quaquebeke, R Hossiep, P Frieg, ...
Journal of Business Ethics 120 (3), 363-379, 2014
2972014
For the good or the bad? Interactive effects of transformational leadership with moral and authoritarian leadership behaviors
SC Schuh, X Zhang, P Tian
Journal of Business Ethics 116 (3), 629-640, 2013
2642013
A meta-analytic review of social identification and health in organizational contexts
NK Steffens, SA Haslam, SC Schuh, J Jetten, R van Dick
Personality and Social Psychology Review 21 (4), 303-335, 2017
2412017
Why does organizational identification relate to reduced employee burnout? The mediating influence of social support and collective efficacy
L Avanzi, SC Schuh, R Fraccaroli, F. Van Dick
Work & Stress 29 (1), 1-10, 2015
1722015
Identity leadership going global: Validation of the Identity Leadership Inventory across 20 countries
R Van Dick, JE Lemoine, NK Steffens, R Kerschreiter, SA Akfirat, L Avanzi, ...
Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology 91 (4), 697-728, 2018
1182018
Are you really doing good things in your boss's eyes? Interactive effects of employee innovative work behavior and leader–member exchange on supervisory performance ratings
SC Schuh, X Zhang, FP Morgeson, P Tian, R van Dick
Human Resource Management 57 (1), 397-409, 2018
1092018
Who leads more and why? A mediation model from gender to leadership role occupancy
ASH Bark, J Escartín, SC Schuh, R van Dick
Journal of Business Ethics 139 (3), 473-483, 2016
1072016
The interpersonal benefits of leader mindfulness: A serial mediation model linking leader mindfulness, leader procedural justice enactment, and employee exhaustion and performance
SC Schuh, MX Zheng, KR Xin, JA Fernandez
Journal of Business Ethics 156 (4), 1007-1025, 2019
1002019
Leaders enhance group members' work engagement and reduce their burnout by crafting social identity
NK Steffens, SA Haslam, R Kerschreiter, SC Schuh, R van Dick
German Journal of Human Resource Management 28 (1-2), 173-194, 2014
962014
‘Of the group’ and ‘for the group’: How followership is shaped by leaders' prototypicality and group identification
NK Steffens, SC Schuh, SA Haslam, A Pérez, R van Dick
European Journal of Social Psychology 45 (2), 180-190, 2015
722015
Leader and follower organizational identification: The mediating role of leader behaviour and implications for follower OCB
SC Schuh, X Zhang, NW Egold, MM Graf, D Pandey, R van Dick
Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology 85 (2), 421-432, 2012
712012
When leaders and followers match: The impact of objective value congruence, value extremity, and empowerment on employee commitment and job satisfaction
OAU Byza, SL Dörr, SC Schuh, GW Maier
Journal of Business Ethics 158 (4), 1097–1112, 2019
702019
Mixed feelings, mixed blessing? How ambivalence in organizational identification relates to employees’ regulatory focus and citizenship behaviors
S Schuh, N Van Quaquebeke, A Göritz, K Xin, D de Cremer, R van Dick
Human Relations 69 (12), 2224-2249, 2016
582016
‘I feel bad’,‘We feel good’?—Emotions as a driver for personal and organizational identity and organizational identification as a resource for serving unfriendly customers
J Wegge, SC Schuh, R Dick
Stress and Health 28 (2), 123-136, 2012
582012
The relationship between leaders’ group-oriented values and follower identification with and endorsement of leaders: The moderating role of leaders’ group membership
MM Graf, SC Schuh, N Van Quaquebeke, R van Dick
Journal of Business Ethics 106 (3), 301-311, 2012
552012
My boss' group is my group: Experimental evidence for the leader-follower identity transfer
R van Dick, SC Schuh
Leadership & Organization Development Journal 31 (6), 551-563, 2010
552010
Does it take more than ideals? How counter-ideal value congruence shapes employees’ trust in the organization
SC Schuh, N Van Quaquebeke, N Keck, AS Göritz, D De Cremer, KR Xin
Journal of Business Ethics 149 (4), 987-1003, 2018
472018
Towards understanding the role of organizational identification in service settings: A multilevel study spanning leaders, service employees, and customers
SC Schuh, NW Egold, R van Dick
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 21 (4), 547-574, 2012
452012
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