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This article reflects on the self-reported experiences of senior executives who encounter "dark and destructive" personalities among professionals who "suck the life juices"from their organizational group, crippling the group in such a way that all positive spirit is lost. Shying from clinical...
The authors apply a theoretical lens from the field of psychotherapy to understand a previously unexplored aspect of dysfunctional mentoring relationships: theoretical abuse. The authors review existing research on mentoring and theoretical abuse and discuss ways that theoretical abuse can take...
Despite Stock Option Plans' (SOPs) widespread use, evidence regarding their use and their effectiveness is relatively sparse and typically relies on an agency theory perspective that emphasizes the principal's interests in a market context. This study focuses on the agent as an individual who is...
This article describes a cross-cultural exploration of the experiences of two groups of women managers and uses Q-methodology to create career scripts. This approach, based theoretically in a feminist standpoint and strong objectivity, links rich understanding of the subjective expressions of...
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