Non-Profit and Volunteering

De Clerck, T., Haerens, L.Devos, G.Willem, A. (2023) A self-determination theory perspective on how autonomy-supportive and chaotic leadership relate to volunteers’ need-based experiences and turnover intentions: A variable-centered and person-centered approach. Nonprofit Management and Leadership, Advance online publication

De Clerck, T., Haerens, L.Van Dyck, D.Devos, G. (2023) Professionalizing all-volunteer nonprofit organizations: An intervention study based on the competing values framework and self-determination theory. , Journal of Organizational Change Management , Advance online publication doi: 10.1108/JOCM-01-2023-0028

De Clerck, T.Willem, A.De Cocker, K.Haerens, L. (2022) Toward a refined insight into the importance of volunteers’ motivations for need-based experiences, job satisfaction, work effort, and turnover intentions in nonprofit sports clubs: A person-centered approach. Voluntas, Advance online publication

Alamer, A.Al Sultan, H. (2022) The role of basic psychological needs on volunteering and national responsibility during the COVID-19 pandemic: Results from the context of Saudi Arabia. Frontiers in Education, 7 ,944048

DeVoe, S. E.Pfeffer, J. (2010) The stingy hour: How accounting for time affects volunteering. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 36 ,470-483

Millette, V., Gagné, M. (2008) Designing volunteers’ tasks to maximize motivation, satisfaction and performance: The impact of job characteristics on volunteer engagement. Motivation and Emotion, 32 ,11-22

Lucidi, F.Zelli, A.Violani, C. (2008) Motives and determinants of volunteering in older adults: An integrated model. The International Journal of Aging and Human Development, 67(4) ,305-236

Baard, P. P. (2002) In E. L. Deci & R. M. Ryan (Eds.), Intrinsic need satisfaction in organizations: A motivational basis of success in for-profit and not-for-profit settings. Rochester, NY: University of Rochester Press ,255-275

Baard, P. P. (1994) A motivational model for consulting with not-for-profit organizations: A study of church growth and participation. Consulting Psychology Journal: Practice and Research, 46 ,19-31