Prof. Dr. Niels van Quaquebeke

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Prof. Dr. Niels van Quaquebeke 46Prof. Dr. Niels Van Quaquebeke Professor for Leadership and Organizational Behavior at the Kühne Logistics University.

In 2012, he was also appointed a Fellow for Leadership and Organization by Bucerius Law School. Previously, he was head of the interdisciplinary research group RespectResearchGroup for ten years and four years Professor at the Erasmus Center for Leadership Studies of the Rotterdam School of Management. As a scholarship holder of the Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes Prof. Dr. Niels Van Quaquebeke studied psychology and neurology and earned his doctorate on "Leadership and Respect". He worked for three years in the New Media and later in strategic business consulting.

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Success & Management (HR magazine)

Women's quota for role models: what companies and the media can do

With the help of an implicit association test, we wanted to find out whether subjects, after presenting pictures of well-known female executives, associate women with leadership as quickly as men. Read more

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Success & Management (HR magazine)

Women's quota for role models: Can science change prejudice against women?

Apparently, many people think first of all about men. We wanted to find out whether a so-called incongruent stimulation can counteract this discriminatory implicit association pattern by submitting pictures of female and, as a comparison, of male leaders. Read more

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Success & Management (HR magazine)

Women's quota for role models: Why do we often think of men as managers?

One reason why there are still so few women in top management in Germany is that it is difficult for many people to categorize women as managers and react accordingly. But what can we do about it? Read more