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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 ...
Proactivity, adaptability and boundaryless career attitudes : the mediating role of entrepreneurial alertness
We examined the role of entrepreneurialism in careers in the information society and global economy, bringing together key constructs in the fields of career studies and entrepreneurship. Specifically, our study involving ...
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 ...
Personality and entrepreneurial, professional and leadership motivations
Using a new framework that includes entrepreneurship, professionalism and professionalism as different dimensions of subjective career space, we investigated whether different kinds of people are motivated towards ...