Respectful leadership fuels personal initiative

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Respectful leadership has a positive effect on the personal initiative of followers, especially when the leader is less prototypical of the team he or she leads. This is shown by new research by Catharina Vogt, Suzanne van Gils, Niels Van Quaquebeke, Steven Grover, and Tilman Eckloff published in the Journal of Personnel Psychology. The article is available for free download …

deckerRespectful leadership fuels personal initiative

Dossier: Why domestic violence is more common than we think

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Domestic violence is a widespread phenomenen. However, it is often hidden and we do not recognize it at such. In the course of her research in the EU-project “Improving Frontline Responses to High Impact Domestic Violence” (IMPRODOVA), Dr. Catharina Vogt summarized reasons for this misrecognition in a short dossier and explanatory video.

deckerDossier: Why domestic violence is more common than we think

We congratulate Benjamin Korman for his „Best Paper“ distinction

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Benjamin Korman’s article titled “LMXSC and paradoxical coworker-directed behaviors: A dual-path mediation model involving pride” has been honored as one of the top papers submitted to the 80th Annual Academy of Management Meeting. As a result, a shortened version of his article will be published in the Proceedings of the 2020 Academy of Management Meeting.

Benjamin KormanWe congratulate Benjamin Korman for his „Best Paper“ distinction

Paper online: Intraagency Cooperation – Building capacity to manage domestic abuse

Katrin Deja Allgemein @en, Neuigkeiten

Our colleague Catharina Vogt has published an article in the European Law Enforcement Research Bulletin discussing why cooperation networks between law enforcement, local support agencies, social services, health care and other relevant professionals are crucial to manage  crimes committed in families and intimate relationships.The paper is open source and can be downloaded here:http://bulletin.cepol.europa.eu/index.php/bulletin/article/view/412

Katrin DejaPaper online: Intraagency Cooperation – Building capacity to manage domestic abuse

We congratulate Benjamin Korman for his „Best Paper“ distinction

Jenni Allgemein @en, Neuigkeiten

Benjamin Korman’s article titled “LMXSC and paradoxical coworker-directed behaviors: A dual-path mediation model involving pride” has been honored as one of the top papers submitted to the 80th Annual Academy of Management Meeting. As a result, a shortened version of his article will be published in the Proceedings of the 2020 Academy of Management Meeting.

JenniWe congratulate Benjamin Korman for his „Best Paper“ distinction

Respect entry in the “Encyclopedia of Behavioral Medicine”

Katrin Deja Allgemein @en, Neuigkeiten

Catharina Vogt (RRG) and Nadine Skoluda published a comprehensive overview of respect definitions and research in the Encyclopedia of Behavioral Medicine. The text has been first published online by Springer. Find it here: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4614-6439-6

Katrin DejaRespect entry in the “Encyclopedia of Behavioral Medicine”

„Disrespect“ – Invitation to Colloquium 2020

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It’s finally that time! We warmly invite you to our 12th colloquium that will take place from the 28th of February to the 1st of March 2020. The theme of the colloquium will be on the causes and consequences of disrespect and it will take place in the guest house of the University of Hamburg. For more information here (see …

Jenni„Disrespect“ – Invitation to Colloquium 2020

Out-of the Box-workshop for law students from Bucerius Law School

Katrin Deja Allgemein @en, Neuigkeiten

Within the framework programme “Out of the box”, first year law students from Bucerius Law School learn about initiatives and programmes relevant for society’s social functioning. In a mix of seminar and training, Catharina Vogt und Katrin Deja introduced the topics of respect, domestic abuse and the functioning of interdisciplinary networks to a group of law students in the offices …

Katrin DejaOut-of the Box-workshop for law students from Bucerius Law School

Contribution to the 3rd European Conference on Domestic Violence in Oslo

Katrin Deja Allgemein @en, Neuigkeiten

The ECDV or European Conference on Domestic Violence took place for the third time in Oslo. IMPRODOVA researcher and RRG member Catharina Vogt presented research on which human factors shape inter-agency cooperation among frontline responders in networks against domestic violence. Also in this matter, respect is an important topic!

Katrin DejaContribution to the 3rd European Conference on Domestic Violence in Oslo