Mark van Vuuren
Mark van Vuuren
Associate professor Organizational Communication
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Direct and indirect effects of supervisor communication on organizational commitment
M van Vuuren, MDT de Jong, ER Seydel
Corporate Communications: An International Journal 12 (2), 116-128, 2007
Communication, sensemaking and change as a chord of three strands: Practical implications and a research agenda for communicating organizational change
M van Vuuren, WJL Elving
Corporate communications: an international journal 13 (3), 349-359, 2008
The congruence of actual and perceived person–organization fit
M Van Vuuren, BP Veldkamp, MDT De Jong, ER Seydel
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 18 (10), 1736-1747, 2007
Commitment with or without a stick of paid work: Comparison of paid and unpaid workers in a nonprofit organization
M Van Vuuren, MDT de Jong, ER Seydel
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 17 (3), 315-326, 2008
Informal mentoring at work: A review and suggestions for future research
S Janssen, M van Vuuren, MDT de Jong
International journal of management reviews 18 (4), 498-517, 2016
Motives to mentor: Self-focused, protégé-focused, relationship-focused, organization-focused, and unfocused motives
S Janssen, M van Vuuren, MDT de Jong
Journal of Vocational Behavior 85 (3), 266-275, 2014
Son, you’re smoking on Facebook! College students’ disclosures on social networking sites as indicators of real-life risk behaviors
JJ van Hoof, J Bekkers, M van Vuuren
Computers in human behavior 34, 249-257, 2014
Speaking of dominance, status differences, and identification: Making sense of a merger
M van Vuuren, P Beelen, MDT de Jong
Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology 83 (3), 627-643, 2010
Effects of apologies and crisis responsibility on corporate and spokesperson reputation
JWM Verhoeven, JJ Van Hoof, H Ter Keurs, M Van Vuuren
Public Relations Review 38 (3), 501-504, 2012
Why work? Aligning foci and dimensions of commitment along the axes of the competing values framework
M Van Vuuren, BP Veldkamp, MDT de Jong, ER Seydel
Personnel Review 37 (1), 47-65, 2007
Identifying support functions in developmental relationships: A self-determination perspective
S Janssen, M van Vuuren, MDT de Jong
Journal of vocational behavior 82 (1), 20-29, 2013
“My attitude made me do it”: Considering the agency of attitudes
M Van Vuuren, F Cooren
Human Studies 33 (1), 85-101, 2010
Balancing uniqueness and similarity: A content analysis of textual characteristics in Dutch corporate stories
S Janssen, CKA Van Dalfsen, JJ Van Hoof, M Van Vuuren
Public relations review 38 (1), 32-39, 2012
Contributions of self and organisational efficacy expectations to commitment: A fourfold typology
M van Vuuren, MDT de Jong, ER Seydel
Employee Relations 30 (2), 142-155, 2008
Beyond identity washing: Corporate social responsibility in an age of skepticism
W Elving, M Van Vuuren
Akademija MM 17, 2011
A Buberian approach to the co-construction of relationships between professional caregivers and residents in nursing homes
GJ Westerhof, M van Vuuren, BHJM Brummans, AFJ Custers
The Gerontologist 54 (3), 354-362, 2013
Shared fate and social comparison: Identity work in the context of a stigmatized occupation
M Van Vuuren, J Teurlings, ET Bohlmeijer
Journal of Management & Organization 18 (2), 263-280, 2012
Coworkers’ Perspectives on Mentoring Relationships
S Janssen, J Tahitu, M van Vuuren, MDT de Jong
Group & organization management 43 (2), 245-272, 2018
Identifying competence characteristics for excellent communication professionals: A work field perspective
M Fuller, M Heijne-Penninga, E Kamans, M van Vuuren, M de Jong, ...
Journal of Communication Management 22 (2), 233-252, 2018
Narrative reflection as a means to explore team effectiveness
AM Lohuis, A Sools, M van Vuuren, ET Bohlmeijer
Small group research 47 (4), 406-437, 2016
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