Ilke Inceoglu
Ilke Inceoglu
Professor of Organisational Behaviour and HR Management, University of Exeter Business School
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Leadership behavior and employee well-being: An integrated review and a future research agenda
I Inceoglu, G Thomas, C Chu, D Plans, A Gerbasi
The Leadership Quarterly 29 (1), 179-202, 2018
Job engagement, job satisfaction, and contrasting associations with person–job fit.
P Warr, I Inceoglu
Journal of occupational health psychology 17 (2), 129, 2012
Protean and boundaryless careers: A study on potential motivators
J Segers, I Inceoglu, D Vloeberghs, D Bartram, E Henderickx
Journal of Vocational Behavior 73 (2), 212-230, 2008
Age‐related differences in work motivation
I Inceoglu, J Segers, D Bartram
Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology 85 (2), 300-329, 2012
Personality and job engagement
I Inceoglu, P Warr
Journal of Personnel Psychology, 2011
Four-quadrant investigation of job-related affects and behaviours
P Warr, UK Bindl, SK Parker, I Inceoglu
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 23 (3), 342-363, 2014
Voluntary work‐related technology use during non‐work time: A narrative synthesis of empirical research and research agenda
S Schlachter, A McDowall, M Cropley, I Inceoglu
International Journal of Management Reviews 20 (4), 825-846, 2018
Structuring and understanding the coaching industry: The coaching cube
J Segers, D Vloeberghs, E Henderickx, I Inceoglu
Academy of Management Learning & Education 10 (2), 204-221, 2011
A comprehensive framework for understanding and predicting engagement
S Fleck, I Inceoglu
Handbook of employee engagement, 2010
Exploring supportive and developmental career management through business strategies and coaching
J Segers, I Inceoglu
Human Resource Management 51 (1), 99-120, 2012
Response styles and personality traits: A multilevel analysis
J He, D Bartram, I Inceoglu, FJR Van de Vijver
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 45 (7), 1028-1045, 2014
(How) Do work placements work? Scrutinizing the quantitative evidence for a theory-driven future research agenda
I Inceoglu, E Selenko, A McDowall, S Schlachter
Journal of Vocational Behavior 110, 317-337, 2019
The association between work-related rumination and heart rate variability: A field study
M Cropley, D Plans, D Morelli, S Sütterlin, I Inceoglu, G Thomas, C Chu
Frontiers in human neuroscience 11, 27, 2017
Engagement as a motivational construct
I Inceoglu, S Fleck
Handbook of Employee Engagement, 2010
Work orientations, well-being and job content of self-employed and employed professionals
P Warr, I Inceoglu
Work, employment and society 32 (2), 292-311, 2018
Preventing rater biases in 360-degree feedback by forcing choice
A Brown, I Inceoglu, Y Lin
Organizational Research Methods 20 (1), 121-148, 2017
A Comparison of the Psychometric Properties of the Forced Choice and L ikert Scale Versions of a Personality Instrument
T Joubert, I Inceoglu, D Bartram, K Dowdeswell, Y Lin
International Journal of Selection and Assessment 23 (1), 92-97, 2015
OPQ32 technical manual
D Bartram, A Brown, S Fleck, I Inceoglu, K Ward
SHL Group Ltd., 2006
Trends in testing: Highlights of a global survey
AM Ryan, I Inceoglu, D Bartram, J Golubovich, J Grand, M Reeder, ...
Employee Recruitment, Selection, and Assessment, 136-153, 2015
Determining causal relationships in leadership research using Machine Learning: The powerful synergy of experiments and data science
A Lee, I Inceoglu, O Hauser, M Greene
The Leadership Quarterly 33 (5), 101426, 2022
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