Mieke Audenaert
Mieke Audenaert
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When employee performance management affects individual innovation in public organizations: The role of consistency and LMX
M Audenaert, A Decramer, B George, B Verschuere, T Van Waeyenberg
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 30 (5), 815-834, 2019
322019
Does performance management affect nurses’ well-being?
A Decramer, M Audenaert, T Van Waeyenberg, T Claeys, C Claes, ...
Evaluation and program planning 49, 98-105, 2015
262015
Institutional isomorphism, negativity bias and performance information use by politicians: A survey experiment
B George, M Baekgaard, A Decramer, M Audenaert, S Goeminne
Public Administration, 2018
202018
When affective well-being is empowered: The joint role of leader-member exchange and the employment relationship
M Audenaert, A Vanderstraeten, D Buyens
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 28 (15), 2208-2227, 2017
192017
Does alignment elicit competency-based HRM? A systematic review
M Audenaert, A Vanderstraeten, D Buyens, S Desmidt
management revue, 5-26, 2014
182014
Performance management fairness and burnout: implications for organizational citizenship behaviors
R Bauwens, M Audenaert, J Huisman, A Decramer
Studies in Higher Education 44 (3), 584-598, 2019
162019
The relationship between employee performance management and civil servants’ turnover intentions: a test of the mediating roles of system satisfaction and affective commitment
T Van Waeyenberg, A Decramer, S Desmidt, M Audenaert
Public Management Review 19 (6), 747-764, 2017
132017
When innovation requirements empower individual innovation: the role of job complexity
M Audenaert, A Vanderstraeten, D Buyens
Personnel Review, 2017
122017
Setting high expectations is not enough
M Audenaert, A Decramer, T Lange, A Vanderstraeten
International Journal of Manpower, 2016
122016
How a demanding employment relationship relates to affective commitment in public organizations: A multilevel analysis
M Audenaert, B George, A Decramer
Public Administration 97 (1), 11-27, 2019
102019
Leader-employee congruence of expected contributions in the employee-organization relationship
M Audenaert, P Carette, LM Shore, T Lange, T Van Waeyenberg, ...
The Leadership Quarterly 29 (3), 414-422, 2018
102018
How to foster the well-being of police officers: The role of the employee performance management system
T Van Thielen, R Bauwens, M Audenaert, T Van Waeyenberg, ...
Evaluation and program planning 70, 90-98, 2018
72018
When does performance management foster team effectiveness? A mixed‐method field study on the influence of environmental extremity
T Van Thielen, A Decramer, A Vanderstraeten, M Audenaert
Journal of Organizational Behavior 39 (6), 766-782, 2018
62018
When empowering leadership fosters creative performance: The role of problem-solving demands and creative personality
M Audenaert, A Decramer
Journal of Management & Organization 24 (1), 4-18, 2018
62018
When empowering leadership fosters creative performance: The role of problem-solving demands and creative personality
M Audenaert, A Decramer
Journal of Management & Organization 24 (1), 4-18, 2018
62018
When mindfulness interacts with neuroticism to enhance transformational leadership: the role of psychological need satisfaction
A Decuypere, M Audenaert, A Decramer
Frontiers in psychology 9, 2588, 2018
52018
Outcomes of competency management: matter of faith or backed by academic evidence? A state of the art of the rhetoric compared to available evidence
M Audenaert, A Vanderstraeten, D Buyens
the 6th International Conference of the Dutch HRM Network, 2009
52009
Fostering societal impact and job satisfaction: the role of performance management and leader–member exchange
R Bauwens, M Audenaert, A Decramer
Public Management Review 21 (10), 1486-1515, 2019
32019
Vulnerable workers’ employability competences: The role of establishing clear expectations, developmental inducements, and social organizational goals
M Audenaert, B Van der Heijden, N Conway, S Crucke, A Decramer
Journal of Business Ethics, 1-15, 2019
32019
CHAPTER SEVEN WHAT HAPPENS WHEN EMPLOYEES DO NOT AGREE ON WHAT IS EXPECTED FROM THEM: A MULTILEVEL STUDY
M Audenaert, A Decramer
New Clues for Analysing the HRM Black Box, 151, 2015
22015
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