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VEESTRAETEN Marlies 

PhD in Business Economics

Dr. Marlies Veestraeten is Assistant Professor of Organizational Behavior at NEOMA Business School. Marlies studied Educational Sciences and completed her doctoral research in Business Economics. Marlies’s research focuses on the antecedents, boundary conditions, and outcomes of leadership in today’s complex organizational contexts. Core topics in her field of investigation concern inclusive leadership, implicit leadership theories, diversity and inclusion, and team dynamics. Marlies has published her work in scientific outlets such as «Journal of Leadership & Organizational Studies » and « Group & Organization Management ». She has been a visiting researcher at Cornell University and Claremont Graduate University. Marlies coordinates and teaches seminars and courses on organizational behavior, leadership, and team management.

Areas of research

  • Inclusive leadership
  • diversity and inclusion
  • team management

Recent academic contributions

  • LEROY, H., C. BUENGELER, M. VEESTRAETEN, M. SHEMLA, I. J. HOEVER, "Fostering Team Creativity Through Team-Focused Inclusion: The Role of Leader Harvesting the Benefits of Diversity and Cultivating Value-In-Diversity Beliefs", Group and Organization Management, April 2021, pp. 105960112110096
    DOI : 10.1177/10596011211009683
  • VEESTRAETEN, M., S. K.JOHNSON, H.LEROY, T.SY, L.SELS, "Exploring the Bounds of Pygmalion Effects: Congruence of Implicit Followership Theories Drives and Binds Leader Performance Expectations and Follower Work Engagement", Journal of Leadership & Organizational Studies, December 2020, pp. 154805182098042
    DOI : 10.1177/1548051820980428

Academic Journals

  • LEROY, H., C. BUENGELER, M. VEESTRAETEN, M. SHEMLA, I. J. HOEVER, "Fostering Team Creativity Through Team-Focused Inclusion: The Role of Leader Harvesting the Benefits of Diversity and Cultivating Value-In-Diversity Beliefs", Group and Organization Management, April 2021, pp. 105960112110096
    DOI : 10.1177/10596011211009683
  • VEESTRAETEN, M., S. K.JOHNSON, H.LEROY, T.SY, L.SELS, "Exploring the Bounds of Pygmalion Effects: Congruence of Implicit Followership Theories Drives and Binds Leader Performance Expectations and Follower Work Engagement", Journal of Leadership & Organizational Studies, December 2020, pp. 154805182098042
    DOI : 10.1177/1548051820980428
  • VEESTRAETEN, M., E.KYNDT, F.DOCHY, "Investigating Team Learning in a Military Context", Vocations and Learning, November 2014, vol. 7, pp. 75–100
    DOI : DOI
  • DOCHY, F., E.KYNDT, M.BAETEN, S.POTTIER, M.VEESTRAETEN, "The effects of different standard setting methods and the composition of borderline groups: A study within a law curriculum", Studies in Educational Evaluation, December 2009, vol. 35, no. 4, pp. 174-182
    DOI : 10.1016/j.stueduc.2009.12.006

Book chapter

  • VEESTRAETEN, M., H.LEROY, L.SELS, "Talent, Leadership, and Mindsets." in People Make a Difference: How to Get Return on Investment in Talent., L. Sels, & L. Crijns Eds, Lannoo Campus, 2013