International Journal of Career Management: Volume 6 Issue 4


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Organizational Commitment and Career Development of Chinese Managers in Hong Kong and Taiwan

Irene Hau‐siu Chow

Describes the attitude of Chinese managers towards their work. Comparespredictors of organizational commitment between Chinese managers in HongKong and Taiwan. Explores…


Success and Failure among Senior Public Administrators – The Key Role of Personality

James S. Lawson

Although the nature of work undertaken by managers of organizations hasbeen widely studied, the influence of personalities of managers,particularly in the public sector, appears…


Successful CEOs in Tough Economic Times

James C. Sarros, Joseph C. Santora

Describes a study of 104 CEOs in Australia′s top 500 companies.Identifies their reasons for success in times of economic downturn.These reasons and attributes contained both…


Effects of Employment Gaps on Satisfactions and Career Prospects of Managerial and Professional Women

Ronald J. Burke, Carol A. McKeen

Describes a study which examined the relationship of employment gaps tomeasures of work outcomes and emotion wellbeing. Data were collectedfrom a diverse sample of 792 managerial…


Journal Writing Assists in Career Changing

Martin Kimeldorf

Suggests journal writing can help integrate and personalize occupationalchange and so provides a journal‐writing exercise to illustrate afocused career exploration exercise…




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1990 – 1995

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