Career Development International: Volume 10 Issue 5


Table of contents - Special Issue: Selected papers on Careers, Stress and Mental Health

Guest Editors: Shimon L. Dolan, James Campbell Quick

Lending a helping hand: Provision of helping behaviors beyond professional career responsibilities

I.J. Hetty van Emmerik, I.M. Jawahar

The purpose of this study is to investigate if gender and altruism evidence similar relationships with the different types of helping behaviors (e.g. organizational citizenship…


Making sense of mistakes in managerial careers

John Blenkinsopp, Kasia Zdunczyk

The paper provides initial findings on the causes and consequences of problematic mid‐career work‐role transitions – self‐reported career mistakes described by individuals in…


Emotional intelligence as predictor of cultural adjustment for success in global assignments

Racheli Shmueli Gabel, Shimon L. Dolan, Jean Luc Cerdin

The purpose of this paper is to present a new framework for assessing the human resource strategy for international assignment (IA) of managers.


The future of work: careers, stress and well‐being

Cary L. Cooper

The purpose of this article is to assess the future of work, focusing on careers, stress and well‐being.


The experiences of voluntary career change in 30‐somethings and implications for guidance

Amelia Jane Wise, Lynne J. Millward

The purpose of the study was to discover the key psychological issues involved in voluntary career change in 30‐somethings, with implications for career theory and guidance.

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