Veroniek De Schamphelaere

Profile

Veroniek De Schamphelaere is Manager at the HRM Centre and Lecturer at Vlerick Business School. She holds a university degree in Applied Economic Sciences (Ghent University). She is also a certified advisor 'Investors in People' and currently counsels several companies in their 'Investors in People' development process helping them obtain this strategic HRM label.

 

Expert in
Human Resource Management
Employee performance
Learning, Training & Development
Employee Engagement
Strategic HRM
Team Management
Professional Management Skills
(Career) Self-Management

Publications

Articles in refereed journals with impact

  • Moenaert R.K. Robben H.S.J. Antioco M. De Schamphelaere V. Roks E.  2010. Strategic innovation decisions: what you foresee is not what you get. Journal of Product Innovation Management, 27(6): 840-855.

Articles in other (un)refereed journals

  • De Schamphelaere V.  2010. De vele kleuren van succes: wat willen executives bereiken in het leven?. HR Magazine, 16(169): 64-66.

  • De Schamphelaere V.  2009. Wie zijn de goede bazen in slechte tijden?. HR Magazine, 15(160): 63-65.

  • De Schamphelaere V.  2008. Hoe de besten onder de besten steeds beter worden. HR Magazine, (Juli)

  • De Schamphelaere V.  2006. Leider, focus je boodschap. HR Magazine, (19/09/2006): 65-69.

  • De Schamphelaere V.  2005. Zeven manieren om geen kostbare managementtijd te verspillen. HR Magazine, (Feb): 59-62.

Conference Presentations

  • De Schamphelaere V. Buyens D.  2003. The role of career-self-management in determining employees' perceptions and evaluations of their psychological contract and their esteemed value of career activities offered by the organization. Paper presented at 11th European Congress on Work and Organisational Psychology, May 14-17, Lisboa, Portugal.

Research reports

Vlerick working papers

  • De Schamphelaere V. De Vos A. Buyens D.  2004. The role of career-self-management in determining employees' perceptions and evaluations of their psychological contract and their esteemed value of career activities offered by the organization. 2004/11 (31p.).