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Boermans, S.M. (author), Kamphuis, W. (author), Delahaij, R. (author), van den Berg, C. (author), Euwema, M.C. (author)
This article prospectively explores the effects of collective team work engagement and organizational constraints during military deployment on individual-level psychological outcomes afterwards. Participants were 971 Dutch peacekeepers within 93 teams who were deployed between the end of 2008 and beginning of 2010, for an average of 4 months,...
article 2014
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Boermans, S.M. (author), Kamphuis, W. (author), Delahaij, R. (author), Korteling, J.E. (author), Euwema, M. (author)
Using a cross-sectional design, this study explored operational demands during the International Security Assistance Force for Afghanistan (2009-2010) across distinct military units. A total of 1,413 Dutch soldiers, nested within four types of units (i.e., combat, combat support, service support, and command support units) filled out a 23-item...
article 2013
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Boermans, S. (author), Delahaij, R. (author), Kamphuis, W. (author), Korteling, H. (author), Euwema, M. (author)
Trust in leadership is essential in high-risk work-environments such as the military. Without a willingness to be vulnerable to the leader’s directives, soldiers may lose their focus and become less prepared to respond to operational demands. The present research examined how trust in different hierarchical leaders affects soldiers’ morale,...
conference paper 2012
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Boermans, S.M. (author), Kamphuis, W. (author), Delahaij, R. (author), Korteling, J.E. (author), Euwema, M. (author)
Military deployment is inherently demanding and military organizations have to prepare their personnel for a broad range of operational demands. So far, it remains unclear how perceptions of operational demands differ between distinct military units. Using a cross-sectional design, this study explored operational demands during the International...
public lecture 2012
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