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Comparing two career adaptability measures for career construction theory : relations with boundaryless mindset and protean career attitudes
We examined the constructs underlying the Career Maturity Inventory-Adaptability Form (CMI-C) and the Career Adapt-Abilities Scale (CAAS). Data from 852 university students indicated that the second-order factors for both ...
Affective, non-calculative and social motivation to lead : what we know from studies of entrepreneurial, professional & leadership motivation
In 2001, Chan & Drasgow developed a 3-factor model and self-report measure of the motivation to lead (MTL) including affective, social-normative and non-calculative factors. Recently, Chan et al. (2012) adapted this ...
Gender and the motivation to lead : what we know from studies of entrepreneurial, professional and leadership in the 21st century
Gatzka, Elprana, Stiehl, & Felfe (2009) noted that past attempts to explain the under-representation of women in leadership positions worldwide have neglected the motivational aspects of leadership. In their structured ...
Entrepreneurship, professionalism, leadership : a framework and measure for understanding boundaryless careers
We propose a person-centered framework for conceptualizing subjective careers in an increasingly boundaryless work context. Specifically, we argue that entrepreneurship, professionalism, and leadership (EPL) can serve as ...