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Professor Niels Van Quaquebeke

Professor Niels Van Quaquebeke

Distinguished Research Professor

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Streatham Court, University of Exeter, Rennes Drive, Exeter, EX4 4PU, UK

Niels Van Quaquebeke joined the University of Exeter in 2019 as a Distinguished Research Professor (part-time). His home base is the Kühne Logistics University (KLU) in Hamburg, Germany, where he works as a Professor of Leadership and Organizational Behavior and is Head of the Management Department.

Niels is recognised as one of the Top100 German speaking business scholars under 40 in the last two Handelsblatt rankings. A psychologist by training, he pursued his PhD at the University of Hamburg and as a visiting scholar at various business schools around the globe. In 2008, he received the ERIM top talent post-doc fellowship at the Rotterdam School of Management of the Erasmus University where he later also taught as an Assistant Professor.

Niels currently serves as Senior Associate Editor for The Leadership Quarterly (LQ) and on the editorial boards of Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes (OBHDP) and the Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology (JOOP). He was awarded repeated scholarships by Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes (German National Academic Foundation) as well as an award by the German government for the innovative approach of the RespectResearchGroup which he headed for ten years.

Nationality: German

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Research interests

  • Leadership Communication
  • Behavioral Perspectives on Humanitarian Aid Operations
  • Respect at Work

I consider leadership the linchpin of any successful enterprise. Among others, I thus explore the communicative basis of successful leadership, the importance of values in leadership, ways of leading ethically, and the function of interpersonal respect.

Research projects

Needless to say that I am a proud member of the Exeter Centre for Leadership. Further, I am currently involved in the Research Institute on Leadership and Operations in Humanitarian Aid (RILOHA), which seeks to enhance the effectiveness of humanitarian aid via psychological insights, and the Erasmus Centre for Leadership Studies, which seeks to generally understand the role of leadership as an asset in organizations.

Key publications | Publications by category | Publications by year

Key publications


Salem M, Van Quaquebeke N, Besiou M, Meyer L (2019). Intergroup Leadership: How Leaders can Enhance Performance of Humanitarian Operations. Production and Operations Management, 28(11), 2877-2897. Abstract. DOI.
Salem M, Van Quaquebeke N, Besiou M (2018). How field office leaders drive learning and creativity in humanitarian aid: Exploring the role of boundary-spanning leadership for expatriate and local aid worker collaboration. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 39(5), 594-611. Abstract. DOI.
Reh S, Tröster C, Van Quaquebeke N (2018). Keeping (future) rivals down: Temporal social comparison predicts coworker social undermining via future status threat and envy. J Appl Psychol, 103(4), 399-415. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Van Quaquebeke N, Felps W (2018). Respectful inquiry: a motivational account of leading through asking questions and listening. Academy of Management Review, 43(1), 5-27. Abstract. DOI.
Wenzel R, Van Quaquebeke N (2018). The Double-Edged Sword of Big Data in Organizational and Management Research: a Review of Opportunities and Risks. Organizational Research Methods, 21(3), 548-591. Abstract. DOI.
Reh S, Van Quaquebeke N, Giessner SR (2017). The aura of charisma: a review on the embodiment perspective as signaling. Leadership Quarterly, 28(4), 486-507. Abstract. DOI.

Publications by category


Books

Van Quaquebeke N, Graf MM (2015). Wann wird man als gute Führungskraft gesehen?., Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden. DOI.

Journal articles

Giessner, S. R, Ryan MK, Schubert, T. W (In Press). The power of pictures: Vertical picture angles and power perceptions. Manuscript under review: Erasmus University Rotterdam
Tan FDH, Whipp PR, Gagné M, Van Quaquebeke N (2020). Expert teacher perceptions of two-way feedback interaction. Teaching and Teacher Education, 87 DOI.
Gerpott FH, Van Quaquebeke N, Schlamp S, Voelpel SC (2019). An Identity Perspective on Ethical Leadership to Explain Organizational Citizenship Behavior: the Interplay of Follower Moral Identity and Leader Group Prototypicality. Journal of Business Ethics, 156(4), 1063-1078. Abstract. DOI.
Nübold A, Van Quaquebeke N, Hülsheger UR (2019). Be(com)ing Real: a Multi-source and an Intervention Study on Mindfulness and Authentic Leadership. Journal of Business and Psychology Abstract. DOI.
Salem M, Van Quaquebeke N, Besiou M, Meyer L (2019). Intergroup Leadership: How Leaders can Enhance Performance of Humanitarian Operations. Production and Operations Management, 28(11), 2877-2897. Abstract. DOI.
Van Quaquebeke N, Becker JU, Goretzki N, Barrot C (2019). Perceived Ethical Leadership Affects Customer Purchasing Intentions Beyond Ethical Marketing in Advertising Due to Moral Identity Self-Congruence Concerns. Journal of Business Ethics, 156(2), 357-376. Abstract. DOI.
Tan FDH, Whipp PR, Gagné M, Van Quaquebeke N (2019). Students’ perception of teachers’ two-way feedback interactions that impact learning. Social Psychology of Education, 22(1), 169-187. Abstract. DOI.
Antonakis J, Banks GC, Bastardoz N, Cole MS, Day DV, Eagly AH, Epitropaki O, Foti RR, Gardner WL, Haslam SA, et al (2019). The Leadership Quarterly: State of the journal. Leadership Quarterly, 30(1), 1-9. DOI.
Schuh SC, Van Quaquebeke N, Keck N, Göritz AS, De Cremer D, Xin KR (2018). Does it Take More Than Ideals? How Counter-Ideal Value Congruence Shapes Employees’ Trust in the Organization. Journal of Business Ethics, 149(4), 987-1003. Abstract. DOI.
Moradi S, Van Quaquebeke N, Hunter JA (2018). Flourishing and prosocial behaviors: a multilevel investigation of national corruption level as a moderator. PLoS One, 13(7). Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Salem M, Van Quaquebeke N, Besiou M (2018). How field office leaders drive learning and creativity in humanitarian aid: Exploring the role of boundary-spanning leadership for expatriate and local aid worker collaboration. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 39(5), 594-611. Abstract. DOI.
Reh S, Tröster C, Van Quaquebeke N (2018). Keeping (future) rivals down: Temporal social comparison predicts coworker social undermining via future status threat and envy. J Appl Psychol, 103(4), 399-415. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Van Quaquebeke N, Felps W (2018). Respectful inquiry: a motivational account of leading through asking questions and listening. Academy of Management Review, 43(1), 5-27. Abstract. DOI.
van Gils S, Van Quaquebeke N, Borkowski J, van Knippenberg D (2018). Respectful leadership: Reducing performance challenges posed by leader role incongruence and gender dissimilarity. Hum Relat, 71(12), 1590-1610. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Wenzel R, Van Quaquebeke N (2018). The Double-Edged Sword of Big Data in Organizational and Management Research: a Review of Opportunities and Risks. Organizational Research Methods, 21(3), 548-591. Abstract. DOI.
Keck N, Giessner SR, Van Quaquebeke N, Kruijff E (2018). When do Followers Perceive Their Leaders as Ethical? a Relational Models Perspective of Normatively Appropriate Conduct. Journal of Business Ethics Abstract. DOI.
Tröster C, Van Quaquebeke N, Aquino K (2018). Worse than others but better than before: Integrating social and temporal comparison perspectives to explain executive turnover via pay standing and pay growth. Human Resource Management, 57(2), 471-481. Abstract. DOI.
Jelinek L, Van Quaquebeke N, Moritz S (2017). Cognitive and Metacognitive Mechanisms of Change in Metacognitive Training for Depression. Sci Rep, 7(1). Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Mölders C, Van Quaquebeke N, Paladino MP (2017). Consequences of Politicians’ Disrespectful Communication Depend on Social Judgment Dimensions and Voters’ Moral Identity. Political Psychology, 38(1), 119-135. Abstract. DOI.
Gläser D, van Gils S, van Quaquebeke N (2017). Pay-for-performance and interpersonal deviance: Competitiveness as the match that lights the fire. Journal of Personnel Psychology, 16(2), 77-90. Abstract. DOI.
Mölders C, Van Quaquebeke N (2017). Some like it hot: How voters’ attitude towards disrespect in politics affects their judgments of candidates. Journal of Social and Political Psychology, 5(1), 58-81. Abstract. DOI.
Reh S, Van Quaquebeke N, Giessner SR (2017). The aura of charisma: a review on the embodiment perspective as signaling. Leadership Quarterly, 28(4), 486-507. Abstract. DOI.
van Gils S, Hogg MA, Van Quaquebeke N, van Knippenberg D (2017). When Organizational Identification Elicits Moral Decision-Making: a Matter of the Right Climate. Journal of Business Ethics, 142(1), 155-168. Abstract. DOI.
Mölders C, Van Quaquebeke N (2017). When and how politicians' disrespect affects voters' trust in the political system: the roles of social judgments and category prototypicality. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 47(9), 515-527. Abstract. DOI.
Van Quaquebeke N (2016). Corrigendum: Paranoia as an Antecedent and Consequence of Getting Ahead in Organizations: Time-Lagged Effects Between Paranoid Cognitions, Self-Monitoring, and Changes in Span of Control. Front Psychol, 7 Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Schuh SC, Van Quaquebeke N, Göritz AS, Xin KR, De Cremer D, van Dick R (2016). Mixed feelings, mixed blessing? How ambivalence in organizational identification relates to employees’ regulatory focus and citizenship behaviors. Human Relations, 69(12), 2224-2249. Abstract. DOI.
Van Quaquebeke N (2016). Paranoia as an Antecedent and Consequence of Getting Ahead in Organizations: Time-Lagged Effects Between Paranoid Cognitions, Self-Monitoring, and Changes in Span of Control. Front Psychol, 7 Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
van Gils S, Van Quaquebeke N, van Knippenberg D, van Dijke M, De Cremer D (2015). Ethical leadership and follower organizational deviance: the moderating role of follower moral attentiveness. Leadership Quarterly, 26(2), 190-203. Abstract. DOI.
Giessner SR, Van Quaquebeke N, van Gils S, van Knippenberg D, Kollée JAJM (2015). In the moral eye of the beholder: the interactive effects of leader and follower moral identity on perceptions of ethical leadership and LMX quality. Front Psychol, 6 Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Mertz C, Eckloff T, Johannsen J, Van Quaquebeke N (2015). Respected Students Equal Better Students: Investigating the Links between Respect and Performance in Schools. Journal of Educational and Developmental Psychology, 5(1). DOI.
Moritz S, Göritz AS, Gallinat J, Schafschetzy M, Van Quaquebeke N, Peters MJV, Andreou C (2015). Subjective competence breeds overconfidence in errors in psychosis. A hubris account of paranoia. J Behav Ther Exp Psychiatry, 48, 118-124. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
van Dijke M, De Cremer D, Brebels L, Van Quaquebeke N (2015). Willing and Able: Action-State Orientation and the Relation Between Procedural Justice and Employee Cooperation. Journal of Management, 41(7), 1982-2003. Abstract. DOI.
Moritz S, Van Quaquebeke N (2014). Are you sure? Delusion conviction moderates the behavioural and emotional consequences of paranoid ideas. Cogn Neuropsychiatry, 19(2), 164-180. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Schuh SC, Hernandez Bark AS, Van Quaquebeke N, Hossiep R, Frieg P, Van Dick R (2014). Gender Differences in Leadership Role Occupancy: the Mediating Role of Power Motivation. Journal of Business Ethics, 120(3), 363-379. Abstract. DOI.
Decker C, Van Quaquebeke N (2014). Getting Respect from a Boss you Respect: How Different Types of Respect Interact to Explain Subordinates’ Job Satisfaction as Mediated by Self-Determination. Journal of Business Ethics, 131(3), 543-556. Abstract. DOI.
Van Quaquebeke N, Graf MM, Kerschreiter R, Schuh SC, van Dick R (2014). Ideal values and counter-ideal values as two distinct forces: Exploring a gap in organizational value research. International Journal of Management Reviews, 16(2), 211-225. Abstract. DOI.
Moritz S, Göritz AS, Van Quaquebeke N, Andreou C, Jungclaussen D, Peters MJV (2014). Knowledge corruption for visual perception in individuals high on paranoia. Psychiatry Res, 215(3), 700-705. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Zenker S, Gollan T, Van Quaquebeke N (2014). Using polynomial regression analysis and response surface methodology to make a stronger case for value congruence in place marketing. Psychology and Marketing, 31(3), 184-202. Abstract. DOI.
Van Quaquebeke N, Graf MM, Eckloff T (2014). What do leaders have to live up to? Contrasting the effects of central tendency versus ideal-based leader prototypes in leader categorization processes. LEADERSHIP, 10(2), 191-217. Author URL. DOI.
Moritz S, Van Quaquebeke N, Lincoln TM, Köther U, Andreou C (2013). Can we trust the internet to measure psychotic symptoms?. Schizophr Res Treatment, 2013 Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
van Quaquebeke N, Eckloff T (2013). Why follow? the interplay of leader categorization, identification, and feeling respected. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, 16(1), 68-86. Abstract. DOI.
Moritz S, Van Quaquebeke N, Hauschildt M, Jelinek L, Gönner S (2012). Good news for allegedly bad studies. Assessment of psychometric properties may help to elucidate deception in online studies on OCD. Journal of Obsessive-Compulsive and Related Disorders, 1(4), 331-335. Abstract. DOI.
Kovjanic S, Schuh SC, Jonas K, Van Quaquebeke N, Van Dick R (2012). How do transformational leaders foster positive employee outcomes? a self-determination-based analysis of employees' needs as mediating links. JOURNAL OF ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR, 33(8), 1031-1052. Author URL. DOI.
Moritz S, Van Quaquebeke N, Lincoln TM (2012). Jumping to conclusions is associated with paranoia but not general suspiciousness: a comparison of two versions of the probabilistic reasoning paradigm. Schizophr Res Treatment, 2012 Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Van Quaquebeke N, Van Knippenberg D (2012). Second-Generation Leader Categorization Research: How Subordinates' Self- and Typical Leader Perceptions Moderate Leader Categorization Effects. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 42(6), 1293-1319. Abstract. DOI.
Graf MM, Schuh SC, van Dick R, van Quaquebeke N (2012). The Relationship Between Leaders' Group-Oriented Values and Follower Identification with and Endorsement of Leaders: the Moderating Role of Leaders' Group Membership. Journal of Business Ethics, 106(3), 301-311. Abstract. DOI.
van Dijke M, De Cremer D, Mayer DM, Van Quaquebeke N (2012). When does procedural fairness promote organizational citizenship behavior? Integrating empowering leadership types in relational justice models. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 117(2), 235-248. Abstract. DOI.
van Quaquebeke N, van Knippenberg D, Eckloff T (2011). Individual differences in the leader categorization to openness to influence relationship: the role of followers' self-perception and social comparison orientation. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, 14(5), 605-622. Abstract. DOI.
Van Quaquebeke N, Van Knippenberg D, Brodbeck FC (2011). More than meets the eye: the role of subordinates' self-perceptions in leader categorization processes. Leadership Quarterly, 22(2), 367-382. Abstract. DOI.
Graf MM, van Quaquebeke N, van Dick R (2011). Two Independent Value Orientations: Ideal and Counter-Ideal Leader Values and Their Impact on Followers' Respect for and Identification with Their Leaders. Journal of Business Ethics, 104(2), 185-195. Abstract. DOI.
Van Quaquebeke N, Schmerling A (2010). Cognitive equal opportunities: How the mere presentation of renowned female and male leaders affects our implicit thinking on leadership. Zeitschrift fur Arbeits- und Organisationspsychologie, 54(3), 91-104. Abstract. DOI.
van Quaquebeke N, Eckloff T (2010). Defining respectful leadership: What it is, how it can be measured, and another glimpse at what it is related to. Journal of Business Ethics, 91(3), 343-358. Abstract. DOI.
van Quaquebeke N, Giessner SR (2010). How embodied cognitions affect judgments: height-related attribution bias in football foul calls. J Sport Exerc Psychol, 32(1), 3-22. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
van Gils S, van Quaquebeke N, van Knippenberg D (2010). The X-factor: on the relevance of implicit leadership and followership theories for leader-member exchange agreement. European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, 19(3), 333-363. Abstract. DOI.
van Quaquebeke N, Kerschreiter R, Buxton AE, van Dick R (2010). Two lighthouses to navigate: Effects of ideal and counter-ideal values on follower identification and satisfaction with their leaders. Journal of Business Ethics, 93(2), 293-305. Abstract. DOI.
Giessner S, van Quaquebeke N (2010). Using a Relational Models Perspective to Understand Normatively Appropriate Conduct in Ethical Leadership. Journal of Business Ethics, 95(SUPPL. 1), 43-55. Abstract. DOI.
van Quaquebeke N, Zenker S, Eckloff T (2009). Find out how much it means to me! the importance of interpersonal respect in work values compared to perceived organizational practices. Journal of Business Ethics, 89(3), 423-431. Abstract. DOI.
Eckloff T, Van Quaquebeke N (2008). "I follow you if you are a good leader in my eyes, because then I can identify with you." How subordinates' openness towards influence is mediated by identification processes. Zeitschrift fur Arbeits- und Organisationspsychologie, 52(4), 169-181. Abstract. DOI.
Van Quaquebeke N, Brodbeck FC (2008). Development and first validation of two scales to measure leader categorization in German-speaking countries. Zeitschrift fur Arbeits- und Organisationspsychologie, 52(2), 70-80. Abstract. DOI.
Van Quaquebeke N, Henrich DC, Eckloff T (2007). "It's not tolerance I'm asking for, it's respect!" a conceptual framework to differentiate between tolerance, acceptance and (two types of) respect. Gruppendynamik und Organisationsberatung, 38(2), 185-200. Abstract. DOI.
Witte EH, van Quaquebeke N (2007). Communcation and cooperation in team and large enterprises. GRUPPENDYNAMIK UND ORGANISATIONSBERATUNG, 38(2), 183-183. Author URL.
Witte EH, Van Quaquebeke N (2007). Gruppendynamik und Organisationsberatung: Editorial. Gruppendynamik und Organisationsberatung, 38(2). DOI.

Chapters

Glaeser D, Van Quaquebeke N (2019). The double-edged sword of financial incentive schemes. In  (Ed) Ethical Economy, 205-219.  Abstract. DOI.
Decker C, Van Quaquebeke N (2016). Respektvolle Führung fördern und entwickeln. In  (Ed) Handbuch Mitarbeiterführung, Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 27-40. DOI.
Hernandez Bark AS, van Dick R, Van Quaquebeke N (2016). Wird Führung weiblicher? Warum Krisen nach anderer Führung verlangen. In  (Ed) Struktur und Kultur einer Leadership-Organisation, Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden, 89-104. DOI.
Decker C, Van Quaquebeke N (2015). Respektvolle Führung fördern und entwickeln. In  (Ed) Handbuch Mitarbeiterführung: Wirtschaftspsychologisches Praxiswissen für Fach- und Führungskräfte, Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1-15. DOI.
Van Quaquebeke N, Graf MM (2014). Ausblick. In  (Ed) essentials, Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden, 19-19. DOI.
Van Quaquebeke N, Graf MM (2014). Beschreibung des Führungsansatzes. In  (Ed) essentials, Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden, 5-9. DOI.
Van Quaquebeke N, Graf MM (2014). Einleitung. In  (Ed) essentials, Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden, 1-2. DOI.
Van Quaquebeke N, Graf MM (2014). Kognitionspsychologischer Hintergrund des Führungsansatzes. In  (Ed) essentials, Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden, 3-4. DOI.
Van Quaquebeke N, Graf MM (2014). Relevanz für die Praxis. In  (Ed) essentials, Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden, 11-18. DOI.
Graf MM, Van Quaquebeke N (2012). Führung aus Sicht der Geführten verstehen: Denn wem nicht gefolgt wird, der führt nicht. In  (Ed) Die Zukunft der Führung, Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 291-306. DOI.
Eckloff T, van Quaquebeke N, Witte EH (2008). Respektvolle Führung und ihre Bedeutung für die Gestaltung von Veränderungen in Organisationen. In  (Ed) Veränderungen in Organisationen, VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften, 249-278. DOI.

Publications by year


In Press

Giessner, S. R, Ryan MK, Schubert, T. W (In Press). The power of pictures: Vertical picture angles and power perceptions. Manuscript under review: Erasmus University Rotterdam

2020

Tan FDH, Whipp PR, Gagné M, Van Quaquebeke N (2020). Expert teacher perceptions of two-way feedback interaction. Teaching and Teacher Education, 87 DOI.

2019

Gerpott FH, Van Quaquebeke N, Schlamp S, Voelpel SC (2019). An Identity Perspective on Ethical Leadership to Explain Organizational Citizenship Behavior: the Interplay of Follower Moral Identity and Leader Group Prototypicality. Journal of Business Ethics, 156(4), 1063-1078. Abstract. DOI.
Nübold A, Van Quaquebeke N, Hülsheger UR (2019). Be(com)ing Real: a Multi-source and an Intervention Study on Mindfulness and Authentic Leadership. Journal of Business and Psychology Abstract. DOI.
Salem M, Van Quaquebeke N, Besiou M, Meyer L (2019). Intergroup Leadership: How Leaders can Enhance Performance of Humanitarian Operations. Production and Operations Management, 28(11), 2877-2897. Abstract. DOI.
Van Quaquebeke N, Becker JU, Goretzki N, Barrot C (2019). Perceived Ethical Leadership Affects Customer Purchasing Intentions Beyond Ethical Marketing in Advertising Due to Moral Identity Self-Congruence Concerns. Journal of Business Ethics, 156(2), 357-376. Abstract. DOI.
Tan FDH, Whipp PR, Gagné M, Van Quaquebeke N (2019). Students’ perception of teachers’ two-way feedback interactions that impact learning. Social Psychology of Education, 22(1), 169-187. Abstract. DOI.
Antonakis J, Banks GC, Bastardoz N, Cole MS, Day DV, Eagly AH, Epitropaki O, Foti RR, Gardner WL, Haslam SA, et al (2019). The Leadership Quarterly: State of the journal. Leadership Quarterly, 30(1), 1-9. DOI.
Glaeser D, Van Quaquebeke N (2019). The double-edged sword of financial incentive schemes. In  (Ed) Ethical Economy, 205-219.  Abstract. DOI.

2018

Schuh SC, Van Quaquebeke N, Keck N, Göritz AS, De Cremer D, Xin KR (2018). Does it Take More Than Ideals? How Counter-Ideal Value Congruence Shapes Employees’ Trust in the Organization. Journal of Business Ethics, 149(4), 987-1003. Abstract. DOI.
Moradi S, Van Quaquebeke N, Hunter JA (2018). Flourishing and prosocial behaviors: a multilevel investigation of national corruption level as a moderator. PLoS One, 13(7). Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Salem M, Van Quaquebeke N, Besiou M (2018). How field office leaders drive learning and creativity in humanitarian aid: Exploring the role of boundary-spanning leadership for expatriate and local aid worker collaboration. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 39(5), 594-611. Abstract. DOI.
Reh S, Tröster C, Van Quaquebeke N (2018). Keeping (future) rivals down: Temporal social comparison predicts coworker social undermining via future status threat and envy. J Appl Psychol, 103(4), 399-415. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Van Quaquebeke N, Felps W (2018). Respectful inquiry: a motivational account of leading through asking questions and listening. Academy of Management Review, 43(1), 5-27. Abstract. DOI.
van Gils S, Van Quaquebeke N, Borkowski J, van Knippenberg D (2018). Respectful leadership: Reducing performance challenges posed by leader role incongruence and gender dissimilarity. Hum Relat, 71(12), 1590-1610. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Wenzel R, Van Quaquebeke N (2018). The Double-Edged Sword of Big Data in Organizational and Management Research: a Review of Opportunities and Risks. Organizational Research Methods, 21(3), 548-591. Abstract. DOI.
Keck N, Giessner SR, Van Quaquebeke N, Kruijff E (2018). When do Followers Perceive Their Leaders as Ethical? a Relational Models Perspective of Normatively Appropriate Conduct. Journal of Business Ethics Abstract. DOI.
Tröster C, Van Quaquebeke N, Aquino K (2018). Worse than others but better than before: Integrating social and temporal comparison perspectives to explain executive turnover via pay standing and pay growth. Human Resource Management, 57(2), 471-481. Abstract. DOI.

2017

Jelinek L, Van Quaquebeke N, Moritz S (2017). Cognitive and Metacognitive Mechanisms of Change in Metacognitive Training for Depression. Sci Rep, 7(1). Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Mölders C, Van Quaquebeke N, Paladino MP (2017). Consequences of Politicians’ Disrespectful Communication Depend on Social Judgment Dimensions and Voters’ Moral Identity. Political Psychology, 38(1), 119-135. Abstract. DOI.
Gläser D, van Gils S, van Quaquebeke N (2017). Pay-for-performance and interpersonal deviance: Competitiveness as the match that lights the fire. Journal of Personnel Psychology, 16(2), 77-90. Abstract. DOI.
Mölders C, Van Quaquebeke N (2017). Some like it hot: How voters’ attitude towards disrespect in politics affects their judgments of candidates. Journal of Social and Political Psychology, 5(1), 58-81. Abstract. DOI.
Reh S, Van Quaquebeke N, Giessner SR (2017). The aura of charisma: a review on the embodiment perspective as signaling. Leadership Quarterly, 28(4), 486-507. Abstract. DOI.
van Gils S, Hogg MA, Van Quaquebeke N, van Knippenberg D (2017). When Organizational Identification Elicits Moral Decision-Making: a Matter of the Right Climate. Journal of Business Ethics, 142(1), 155-168. Abstract. DOI.
Mölders C, Van Quaquebeke N (2017). When and how politicians' disrespect affects voters' trust in the political system: the roles of social judgments and category prototypicality. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 47(9), 515-527. Abstract. DOI.

2016

Van Quaquebeke N (2016). Corrigendum: Paranoia as an Antecedent and Consequence of Getting Ahead in Organizations: Time-Lagged Effects Between Paranoid Cognitions, Self-Monitoring, and Changes in Span of Control. Front Psychol, 7 Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Schuh SC, Van Quaquebeke N, Göritz AS, Xin KR, De Cremer D, van Dick R (2016). Mixed feelings, mixed blessing? How ambivalence in organizational identification relates to employees’ regulatory focus and citizenship behaviors. Human Relations, 69(12), 2224-2249. Abstract. DOI.
Van Quaquebeke N (2016). Paranoia as an Antecedent and Consequence of Getting Ahead in Organizations: Time-Lagged Effects Between Paranoid Cognitions, Self-Monitoring, and Changes in Span of Control. Front Psychol, 7 Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Decker C, Van Quaquebeke N (2016). Respektvolle Führung fördern und entwickeln. In  (Ed) Handbuch Mitarbeiterführung, Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 27-40. DOI.
Hernandez Bark AS, van Dick R, Van Quaquebeke N (2016). Wird Führung weiblicher? Warum Krisen nach anderer Führung verlangen. In  (Ed) Struktur und Kultur einer Leadership-Organisation, Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden, 89-104. DOI.

2015

van Gils S, Van Quaquebeke N, van Knippenberg D, van Dijke M, De Cremer D (2015). Ethical leadership and follower organizational deviance: the moderating role of follower moral attentiveness. Leadership Quarterly, 26(2), 190-203. Abstract. DOI.
Giessner SR, Van Quaquebeke N, van Gils S, van Knippenberg D, Kollée JAJM (2015). In the moral eye of the beholder: the interactive effects of leader and follower moral identity on perceptions of ethical leadership and LMX quality. Front Psychol, 6 Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Mertz C, Eckloff T, Johannsen J, Van Quaquebeke N (2015). Respected Students Equal Better Students: Investigating the Links between Respect and Performance in Schools. Journal of Educational and Developmental Psychology, 5(1). DOI.
van Quaquebeke N, Eckloff T (2015). Respectful Leadership Scale. DOI.
Decker C, Van Quaquebeke N (2015). Respektvolle Führung fördern und entwickeln. In  (Ed) Handbuch Mitarbeiterführung: Wirtschaftspsychologisches Praxiswissen für Fach- und Führungskräfte, Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1-15. DOI.
Moritz S, Göritz AS, Gallinat J, Schafschetzy M, Van Quaquebeke N, Peters MJV, Andreou C (2015). Subjective competence breeds overconfidence in errors in psychosis. A hubris account of paranoia. J Behav Ther Exp Psychiatry, 48, 118-124. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Van Quaquebeke N, Graf MM (2015). Wann wird man als gute Führungskraft gesehen?., Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden. DOI.
van Dijke M, De Cremer D, Brebels L, Van Quaquebeke N (2015). Willing and Able: Action-State Orientation and the Relation Between Procedural Justice and Employee Cooperation. Journal of Management, 41(7), 1982-2003. Abstract. DOI.

2014

Moritz S, Van Quaquebeke N (2014). Are you sure? Delusion conviction moderates the behavioural and emotional consequences of paranoid ideas. Cogn Neuropsychiatry, 19(2), 164-180. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Van Quaquebeke N, Graf MM (2014). Ausblick. In  (Ed) essentials, Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden, 19-19. DOI.
Van Quaquebeke N, Graf MM (2014). Beschreibung des Führungsansatzes. In  (Ed) essentials, Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden, 5-9. DOI.
Van Quaquebeke N, Graf MM (2014). Einleitung. In  (Ed) essentials, Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden, 1-2. DOI.
Schuh SC, Hernandez Bark AS, Van Quaquebeke N, Hossiep R, Frieg P, Van Dick R (2014). Gender Differences in Leadership Role Occupancy: the Mediating Role of Power Motivation. Journal of Business Ethics, 120(3), 363-379. Abstract. DOI.
Decker C, Van Quaquebeke N (2014). Getting Respect from a Boss you Respect: How Different Types of Respect Interact to Explain Subordinates’ Job Satisfaction as Mediated by Self-Determination. Journal of Business Ethics, 131(3), 543-556. Abstract. DOI.
Van Quaquebeke N, Graf MM, Kerschreiter R, Schuh SC, van Dick R (2014). Ideal values and counter-ideal values as two distinct forces: Exploring a gap in organizational value research. International Journal of Management Reviews, 16(2), 211-225. Abstract. DOI.
Moritz S, Göritz AS, Van Quaquebeke N, Andreou C, Jungclaussen D, Peters MJV (2014). Knowledge corruption for visual perception in individuals high on paranoia. Psychiatry Res, 215(3), 700-705. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Van Quaquebeke N, Graf MM (2014). Kognitionspsychologischer Hintergrund des Führungsansatzes. In  (Ed) essentials, Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden, 3-4. DOI.
Van Quaquebeke N, Graf MM (2014). Relevanz für die Praxis. In  (Ed) essentials, Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden, 11-18. DOI.
Zenker S, Gollan T, Van Quaquebeke N (2014). Using polynomial regression analysis and response surface methodology to make a stronger case for value congruence in place marketing. Psychology and Marketing, 31(3), 184-202. Abstract. DOI.
Van Quaquebeke N, Graf MM, Eckloff T (2014). What do leaders have to live up to? Contrasting the effects of central tendency versus ideal-based leader prototypes in leader categorization processes. LEADERSHIP, 10(2), 191-217. Author URL. DOI.

2013

Moritz S, Van Quaquebeke N, Lincoln TM, Köther U, Andreou C (2013). Can we trust the internet to measure psychotic symptoms?. Schizophr Res Treatment, 2013 Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
van Quaquebeke N, Eckloff T (2013). Why follow? the interplay of leader categorization, identification, and feeling respected. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, 16(1), 68-86. Abstract. DOI.

2012

Graf MM, Van Quaquebeke N (2012). Führung aus Sicht der Geführten verstehen: Denn wem nicht gefolgt wird, der führt nicht. In  (Ed) Die Zukunft der Führung, Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 291-306. DOI.
Moritz S, Van Quaquebeke N, Hauschildt M, Jelinek L, Gönner S (2012). Good news for allegedly bad studies. Assessment of psychometric properties may help to elucidate deception in online studies on OCD. Journal of Obsessive-Compulsive and Related Disorders, 1(4), 331-335. Abstract. DOI.
Kovjanic S, Schuh SC, Jonas K, Van Quaquebeke N, Van Dick R (2012). How do transformational leaders foster positive employee outcomes? a self-determination-based analysis of employees' needs as mediating links. JOURNAL OF ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR, 33(8), 1031-1052. Author URL. DOI.
Moritz S, Van Quaquebeke N, Lincoln TM (2012). Jumping to conclusions is associated with paranoia but not general suspiciousness: a comparison of two versions of the probabilistic reasoning paradigm. Schizophr Res Treatment, 2012 Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
van Quaquebeke N, van Knippenberg D, Brodbeck FC (2012). Perceived Similarity with Leader Scale. DOI.
van Quaquebeke N, van Knippenberg D, Brodbeck FC (2012). Respect for Leaders Scale. DOI.
Van Quaquebeke N, Van Knippenberg D (2012). Second-Generation Leader Categorization Research: How Subordinates' Self- and Typical Leader Perceptions Moderate Leader Categorization Effects. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 42(6), 1293-1319. Abstract. DOI.
Graf MM, Schuh SC, van Dick R, van Quaquebeke N (2012). The Relationship Between Leaders' Group-Oriented Values and Follower Identification with and Endorsement of Leaders: the Moderating Role of Leaders' Group Membership. Journal of Business Ethics, 106(3), 301-311. Abstract. DOI.
van Dijke M, De Cremer D, Mayer DM, Van Quaquebeke N (2012). When does procedural fairness promote organizational citizenship behavior? Integrating empowering leadership types in relational justice models. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 117(2), 235-248. Abstract. DOI.

2011

van Quaquebeke N, van Knippenberg D, Eckloff T (2011). Individual differences in the leader categorization to openness to influence relationship: the role of followers' self-perception and social comparison orientation. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, 14(5), 605-622. Abstract. DOI.
Van Quaquebeke N, Van Knippenberg D, Brodbeck FC (2011). More than meets the eye: the role of subordinates' self-perceptions in leader categorization processes. Leadership Quarterly, 22(2), 367-382. Abstract. DOI.
Graf MM, van Quaquebeke N, van Dick R (2011). Two Independent Value Orientations: Ideal and Counter-Ideal Leader Values and Their Impact on Followers' Respect for and Identification with Their Leaders. Journal of Business Ethics, 104(2), 185-195. Abstract. DOI.

2010

Van Quaquebeke N, Schmerling A (2010). Cognitive equal opportunities: How the mere presentation of renowned female and male leaders affects our implicit thinking on leadership. Zeitschrift fur Arbeits- und Organisationspsychologie, 54(3), 91-104. Abstract. DOI.
van Quaquebeke N, Eckloff T (2010). Defining respectful leadership: What it is, how it can be measured, and another glimpse at what it is related to. Journal of Business Ethics, 91(3), 343-358. Abstract. DOI.
van Quaquebeke N, Giessner SR (2010). How embodied cognitions affect judgments: height-related attribution bias in football foul calls. J Sport Exerc Psychol, 32(1), 3-22. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
van Gils S, van Quaquebeke N, van Knippenberg D (2010). The X-factor: on the relevance of implicit leadership and followership theories for leader-member exchange agreement. European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, 19(3), 333-363. Abstract. DOI.
van Quaquebeke N, Kerschreiter R, Buxton AE, van Dick R (2010). Two lighthouses to navigate: Effects of ideal and counter-ideal values on follower identification and satisfaction with their leaders. Journal of Business Ethics, 93(2), 293-305. Abstract. DOI.
Giessner S, van Quaquebeke N (2010). Using a Relational Models Perspective to Understand Normatively Appropriate Conduct in Ethical Leadership. Journal of Business Ethics, 95(SUPPL. 1), 43-55. Abstract. DOI.

2009

van Quaquebeke N, Zenker S, Eckloff T (2009). Find out how much it means to me! the importance of interpersonal respect in work values compared to perceived organizational practices. Journal of Business Ethics, 89(3), 423-431. Abstract. DOI.

2008

Eckloff T, Van Quaquebeke N (2008). "I follow you if you are a good leader in my eyes, because then I can identify with you." How subordinates' openness towards influence is mediated by identification processes. Zeitschrift fur Arbeits- und Organisationspsychologie, 52(4), 169-181. Abstract. DOI.
Van Quaquebeke N, Brodbeck FC (2008). Development and first validation of two scales to measure leader categorization in German-speaking countries. Zeitschrift fur Arbeits- und Organisationspsychologie, 52(2), 70-80. Abstract. DOI.
Eckloff T, van Quaquebeke N, Witte EH (2008). Respektvolle Führung und ihre Bedeutung für die Gestaltung von Veränderungen in Organisationen. In  (Ed) Veränderungen in Organisationen, VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften, 249-278. DOI.

2007

Van Quaquebeke N, Henrich DC, Eckloff T (2007). "It's not tolerance I'm asking for, it's respect!" a conceptual framework to differentiate between tolerance, acceptance and (two types of) respect. Gruppendynamik und Organisationsberatung, 38(2), 185-200. Abstract. DOI.
Witte EH, van Quaquebeke N (2007). Communcation and cooperation in team and large enterprises. GRUPPENDYNAMIK UND ORGANISATIONSBERATUNG, 38(2), 183-183. Author URL.
Witte EH, Van Quaquebeke N (2007). Gruppendynamik und Organisationsberatung: Editorial. Gruppendynamik und Organisationsberatung, 38(2). DOI.

Awards and Honours

  • Recipient of multiple scholarships by Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes (German National Academic Foundation)
  • Best Paper Award, Journal of Personnel Psychology. (for: Gläser, D., van Gils, S, Van Quaquebeke, N. (2017): Pay-for-performance and interpersonal deviance: Competitiveness as the match that lights the fire, Journal of Personnel Psychology, 16, 77-90.)
  • Biennial Most Innovative Scientific Article Award by German Psychological Society (DGPs) IO chapter (AOW). (for: Van Quaquebeke, N. & Felps, W. (2018). Respectful inquiry: A motivational account of leading through asking question and listening. Academy of Management Review, 43, 5-27.)
  • German Government Award “Deutschland – Land der Ideen“ (for founding and leading the RespectResearchGroup)

External positions

  • Senior Associate Editor for The Leadership Quarterly (LQ)
  • Editorial Board Member of Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes (OBHDP) and the Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology (JOOP).