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When low job self-efficacy does not hinder career success: An interactionist perspective

05/16/19: 4th Interdisciplinary perspectives on leadership symposium, Durham University Business School, Corfu, Greece

Leadership and the dark triad: How self-uncertainty helps malevolent leaders rise to the top

08/10/18: 78th Annual meeting of the Academy of Management (2018), Academy of Management, Chicago, IL, USA

When age does not harm innovative behavior and career outcomes

08/10/18: 78th Annual meeting of the Academy of Management (2018), Academy of Management, Chicago, IL, USA

Who wants to lead in times of uncertainty? Self-uncertainty, the dark triad of personality and the motivation to lead

06/21/18: Potsdam Leadership Symposium 2018, University of Potsdam, Potsdam, Germany
06/18/18: Research Seminar, Copenhagen Business School, Frederiksberg, Denmark

Psychopathic personality and leadership: How uncertainty can explain why psychopaths rise to the top.

06/26/17: ESMT OB Conference, ESMT Berlin, Berlin, Germany

Leadership and the dark triad: How uncertainty explains why dark employees rise to the top

06/02/17: New Directions in Leadership Research Conference (NDLR), INSEAD, Fontainebleau, France

Psychopathic personality and leadership: How uncertainty can explain why psychopaths rise to the top

05/05/17: 2nd Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Leadership Symposium, Durham University Business School, UK, Mykonos, Greece

Consequences of authenticity at work

08/09/16: Academy of Management Annual Meeting, AoM, Anaheim, CA, USA

The competence-confidence gender gap: Being competent is not (always) enough for women to appear confident.

08/09/16: Academy of Management Annual Meeting, AoM, Anaheim, CA, USA

Understanding visionary leadership perceptions: the role of the leader’s identity, regulatory focus, and self-interested leadership.

08/09/16: Academy of Management Annual Meeting, AoM, Anaheim, CA, USA

The competence-confidence gender gap: Being competent is not (always) enough for women to appear confident

06/14/16: Research Seminar, EMLYON Business School, Écully, France
06/05/16: Research Seminar, ESADE Business School, Barcelona, Spain

The competence-confidence gender gap: Being competent is not (always) enough for woman to appear confident.

05/05/16: 1st Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Leadership Symposium, ALBA Graduate Business School, Greece & Aston University, UK, Rhodes, Greece

Authenticity at the workplace

06/05/15: UvA Research Symposium, Amsterdam Business School, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Leadership as motivated behavior: Regulatory focus, motivation to lead, and leadership style.

08/05/14: Academy of Management Annual Meeting, AoM, Philadelphia, PA, USA

The bright and dark side of a leader identity: A relational perspective.

08/05/14: Academy of Management Annual Meeting, AoM, Philadelphia, PA, USA

Leadership as motivated behavior: Regulatory focus, motivation to lead, and leadership style

06/06/14: 14th Annual Conference of the European Academy of Management, EURAM, Valencia, Spain

Do opposites hurt? Self-assessed charismatic leadership and contextual performance evaluations

08/09/13: Academy of Management Annual Meeting, AoM, Orlando, FL, USA

Is leadership a part of me? An identity approach to understanding the motivation to lead

08/09/13: Academy of Management Annual Meeting, AoM, Orlando, FL, USA

Identity challenges of women leaders: Antecedents and consequences of identity interference

08/07/12: Academy of Management Annual Meeting, AoM, Boston, MA, USA

Executive development programs as transitional space: Observations from the classroom

07/05/12: European Group for Organizational Studies conference, EGOS, Helsinki, Finland
08/12/11: Academy of Management Conference, AoM, San Antonio, TX, USA

When opposites hurt: Similarity in leadership in supervisor-subordinate dyads as a predictor of contextual performance evaluations

04/13/12: Research Seminar, Instituto de Empresa, Madrid, Spain
02/20/12: Research Seminar, ESADE Business School, Barcelona, Spain

Motivation to lead: An internal boundary for career development?

07/07/11: European Group for Organizational Studies Colloquium, EGOS, Gothenburg, Sweden

Wanting to be a leader: Understanding the antecedents to the motivation to lead

08/06/10: Academy of Management Conference, AoM, Montreal, Canada

Seasons of a leader's development: Beyond a one-size-fits-all approach to leadership development

08/07/09: Academy of Management Conference, AoM, Chicago, IL, USA

How can we make sense of emotional and social competencies within organizational settings?

07/17/08: 6th International Conference on Emotions and Worklife, EMONET VI, Fontainebleau, France

Are you aware of the weaknesses of using the five points scale response modality? The case of emotional and social competency inventory

09/19/07: The first international congress on emotional intelligence, Facultad de psicología, Universidad de Malaga, Malaga, Spain

Emotional intelligence: An integrated approach

09/19/07: The First International Congress on Emotional Intelligence, Universidad de Malaga, Malaga, Spain
06/27/04: 4th Conference on Emotions and Organizational Life, Birkbeck College, University of London, London, UK

Measuring social participation across nations: Analysis of the quality of the European social survey for measuring values

06/25/07: European Survey Research Association Conference, ESRA, Prague, Czech Republic

Construct and discriminant validity of an EI measurement tool

07/02/06: 2nd Conference of the European Association of Methodology 2006, EAM, Budapest, Hungary

Emotional intelligence: A study in Spanish organizational setting

12/08/05: 4th International Conference of the Iberoamerican Academy of Management, IAM, Lisbon, Portugal

Generating a new learning environment in management education: A comparison between a Spanish and a US MBA experience

07/18/05: European Survey Research Association Conference, ESRA, Barcelona, Spain