Laura Venz
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Advances in recovery research: What have we learned? What should be done next?
S Sonnentag, L Venz, A Casper
Journal of occupational health psychology 22 (3), 365, 2017
Personal need for structure as a boundary condition for humor in leadership
A Pundt, L Venz
Journal of Organizational Behavior 38 (1), 87-107, 2017
What matters for work engagement? A diary study on resources and the benefits of selective optimization with compensation for state work engagement
L Venz, A Pundt, S Sonnentag
Journal of Organizational Behavior 39 (1), 26-38, 2018
Distal and proximal predictors of snacking at work: A daily-survey study.
S Sonnentag, A Pundt, L Venz
Journal of Applied Psychology 102 (2), 151, 2017
Be smart, play dumb? A transactional perspective on day-specific knowledge hiding, interpersonal conflict, and psychological strain
L Venz, H Nesher Shoshan
Human Relations 75 (1), 113-138, 2022
Being engaged when resources are low: A multi-source study of selective optimization with compensation at work
L Venz, S Sonnentag
Journal of Vocational Behavior 91, 97-105, 2015
Working from home during the COVID‐19 crisis: How self‐control strategies elucidate employees' job performance
ES Troll, L Venz, F Weitzenegger, DD Loschelder
Applied Psychology 71 (3), 853-880, 2022
Protecting older workers’ employability: A survey study of the role of transformational leadership
K Böttcher, AG Albrecht, L Venz, J Felfe
German Journal of Human Resource Management 32 (2), 120-148, 2018
Leading in times of crisis: How perceived COVID‐19‐related work intensification links to daily e‐mail demands and leader outcomes
L Venz, K Boettcher
Applied Psychology 71 (3), 912-934, 2022
Daily deep acting toward coworkers: An examination of day‐specific antecedents and consequences
H Nesher Shoshan, L Venz
Journal of Organizational Behavior 43 (1), 112-124, 2022
Make it your break! Benefits of person-break fit for post-break affect
L Venz, C Bosch, AS Pinck, S Sonnentag
Occupational Health Science 3, 167-186, 2019
Emotional intelligent führen-Emotionen im Führungsprozess erkennen, verstehen und steuern
A Pundt, L Venz
Handbuch Mitarbeiterführung: Wirtschaftspsychologisches Praxiswissen für …, 2016
The joint effects of supervisor knowledge hiding, abusive supervision, and employee political skill on employee knowledge hiding behaviors
F Offergelt, L Venz
Journal of Knowledge Management 27 (5), 1209-1227, 2023
Rain, rain go away! A diary study on morning weather and affective well‐being at work
L Venz, A Pundt
Applied Psychology 70 (4), 1856-1871, 2021
Affect, stress, and health: The role of work characteristics and work events.
L Venz, A Casper, S Sonnentag
Cambridge University Press, 2020
The social dynamics of knowledge hiding: a diary study on the roles of incivility, entitlement, and self-control
L Venz, M Mohr
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, 2022
Being recovered as an antecedent of emotional labor: A diary study.
H Nesher Shoshan, L Venz, S Sonnentag
Journal of Personnel Psychology, 2022
Affective events and proactivity
S Ohly, L Venz
Emotion and Proactivity at Work, 101-128, 2021
The importance of interests for understanding retirement
L Venz, M Wang
Vocational Interests in the Workplace, 165-188, 2019
The implications of knowledge hiding at work for recovery after work: A diary study
L Venz, C Connelly, K Boettcher
Academy of Management Proceedings 2021 (1), 10750, 2021
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