Peer reviewed book chapters

  • Felfe, J., & Wombacher, J. (2016). Commitment in Europe. In J. Meyer (ed.), Handbook of employee commitment (pp. 376-390). Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Elprana, G., Stiehl, S., Gatzka, M., & Felfe, J. (2012). Gender differences in Motivation to Lead. A Germany-wide Interview Study. In C. Quaiser-Pohl & M. Endepohls-Ulpe (Hrsg.), Women’s Choices in Europe – Influence of Gender on Education, Occupational Career and Family Development (S. 135-150). Münster: Waxmann.
  • Felfe, J. (2008). The impact of supervisor commitment on OCB and turnover intention in different in China and Germany. In H. Helfrich-Hölter, A.V. Dakhin, E. Hölter & I.V. Arzhenovskiy (Eds.), Cultural impact on human interaction: Clash or challenge? (pp. 269 – 286). Göttingen: Hogrefe.
  • Felfe, J., & Heinitz, K. (2008). The impact of followers’ and leaders’ personality and perceived similarity on followers’ perceptions of transformational leadership and leader acceptance. In J. Deller (Ed.), Personality and Work (pp. 197 – 217). München, Mering: Rainer Hampp Verlag.
  • Schyns, B., & Felfe, J. (2008). Challenges of Implicit Leadership Theories for Management. In C. Wankel (Ed.), Handbook of 21st Century Management (pp. 301 – 310). Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications.
  • Wundke, N., & Felfe, J. (2008). Occupational health program evaluation: Combinations of individual and organisational interventions and the role of process quality. In K. Heinitz (Ed.), Psychology in Organizations – Issues from an applied area (pp. 83 – 114). Frankfurt/M.: Peter Lang.
  • Felfe, J. (2005). Personality and Romance of Leadership. In B. Schyns & J. R. Meindl (Ed.), Implicit Leadership Theories: Essays and Explorations (p. 199 – 225). A Volume in the Leadership Horizons Series, Information Age Publishing: Greenwich, CT, USA.
  • Felfe, J., & Goihl, K. (2002). Transformational Leadership and Commitment. In J. Felfe (Ed.), Organizational Development and Leadership (p. 87 – 121). Frankfurt/Main: Verlag Peter Lang.
  • Felfe, J., & Wolfradt, U. (2002). Values and Job Features as Antecedents for Occupational Stress, Work Motivation and Job Satisfaction. In J. Felfe (Ed.), Organizational Development and Leadership (p. 177 – 190). Frankfurt/Main: Verlag Peter Lang.

Letzte Änderung: 17. June 2021