Uta Bindl
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Making things happen: A model of proactive motivation
SK Parker, UK Bindl, K Strauss
Journal of management 36 (4), 827-856, 2010
Proactive work behavior: Forward-thinking and change-oriented action in organizations.
UK Bindl, SK Parker
American Psychological Association, 2011
Fuel of the self-starter: how mood relates to proactive goal regulation.
UK Bindl, SK Parker, P Totterdell, G Hagger-Johnson
Journal of Applied Psychology 97 (1), 134, 2012
Service quality and satisfaction: an international comparison of professional services perceptions
LC Ueltschy, M Laroche, A Eggert, U Bindl
Journal of Services Marketing 21 (6), 410-423, 2007
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
Job crafting revisited: Implications of an extended framework for active changes at work.
UK Bindl, KL Unsworth, CB Gibson, CB Stride
Journal of Applied Psychology 104 (5), 605, 2019
32 Feeling good and performing well? Psychological engagement and positive behaviors at work
UK Bindl, SK Parker
Handbook of employee engagement: Perspectives, issues, research and practice 385, 2010
Proactivity at work: Making things happen in organizations
SK Parker, UK Bindl
Taylor & Francis, 2016
Proactivity routines: The role of social processes in how employees self-initiate change
HC Vough, UK Bindl, SK Parker
Human Relations 70 (10), 1191-1216, 2017
Proactivity at Work
SK Parker, U Bindl
Routledge 10, 9781315797113, 2016
Work-related proactivity through the lens of narrative: Investigating emotional journeys in the process of making things happen
UK Bindl
Human Relations 72 (4), 615-645, 2019
Affect and employee proactivity: A goal-regulatory perspective
UK Bindl, SK Parker
Experiencing and managing emotions in the workplace 8, 225-254, 2012
Who is proactive and why? Unpacking individual differences in employee proactivity
CH Wu, SK Parker, UK Bindl
Advances in positive organizational psychology, 261-280, 2013
The hot side of proactivity: Exploring an affect-based perspective on proactivity in organizations
F Cangiano, UK Bindl, SK Parker
Proactivity at Work, 373-402, 2016
Organizational and vocational behavior in times of crisis: A review of empirical work undertaken during the COVID‐19 pandemic and introduction to the special issue
A Newman, N Eva, UK Bindl, AC Stoverink
Applied Psychology 71 (3), 743-764, 2022
It’s about time: Understanding job crafting through the lens of individuals’ temporal characteristics
H Weisman, UK Bindl, CB Gibson, KL Unsworth
Group & Organization Management 47 (2), 148-186, 2022
New perspectives and directions for understanding proactivity in organizations
UK Bindl, SK Parker
Proactivity at work, 577-602, 2016
Beyond navel gazing: exploring the concept and payoff of individual reflection at work
M Ong, SJ Ashford, U Bindl
Academy of Management Proceedings 2015 (1), 15911, 2015
Making things happen: the role of affect for proactive behaviours at work.
UK Bindl
University of Sheffield, 2010
Managing your feelings at work, for a reason: The role of individual motives in affect regulation for performance‐related outcomes at work
UK Bindl, SK Parker, S Sonnentag, CB Stride
Journal of Organizational Behavior 43 (7), 1251-1270, 2022
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