Nicolene Barkhuizen
Nicolene Barkhuizen
Full Professor and Director of The Global Innovative Forefront Talent (GIFT) Research Niche Area
Verified email at nwu.ac.za
TitleCited byYear
Occupational stress of academic staff in South African higher education institutions
N Barkhuizen, S Rothmann
South African Journal of Psychology 38 (2), 321-336, 2008
1352008
Burnout and work engagement of academics in higher education institutions: Effects of dispositional optimism
N Barkhuizen, S Rothmann, FJR Van De Vijver
Stress and Health 30 (4), 322-332, 2014
762014
Work engagement of academic staff in South African higher education institutions
N Barkhuizen, S Rothmann
Management Dynamics: Journal of the Southern African Institute for …, 2006
742006
Psychological capital, a requisite for organisational performance in South Africa
Y Du Plessis, N Barkhuizen
South African Journal of Economic and Management Sciences 15 (1), 16-30, 2012
512012
Managing the academic talent void: Investigating factors in academic turnover and retention in South Africa
M Theron, N Barkhuizen, Y Du Plessis
SA Journal of Industrial Psychology 40 (1), 01-14, 2014
432014
Burnout of academic staff in South African higher education institutions
S Rothmann, N Barkhuizen
South African Journal of Higher Education 22 (2), 439-456, 2008
432008
Burnout of academic staff in a higher education institution
EN Barkhuizen
North-West University, 2004
372004
The relationship between skills training and retention of graduate interns in a South African information, communication and technology company
C Pop, N Barkhuizen
Literacy Information and Computer Education Journal 1 (2), 113-122, 2010
322010
The relationship between barriers to change and the work engagement of employees in a South African property management company
E Bell, N Barkhuizen
SA Journal of Industrial Psychology 37 (1), 01-11, 2011
292011
Model of work-related ill health of academic staff in a South African higher education institution
S Rothmann, N Barkhuizen, MY Tytherleigh
SA Journal of Higher Education 22 (2), 404-422, 2008
28*2008
Talent management, work engagement and service quality orientation of support staff in a higher education institution
N Barkhuizen, P Mogwere, N Schutte
Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences 5 (4), 69, 2014
222014
Career path barriers experienced by women engineers
Y Du Plessis, N Barkhuizen
12th European Academy of Management Conference, Rotterdam, Netherlands …, 2012
152012
Rethinking undergraduate curricula: a Delphi study of the Human Resource Management and Industrial and Organisational Psychology
N Barkhuizen, A Venter
SA Journal of Industrial Psychology 31 (3), 46-53, 2005
152005
Talent management and leadership reciprocity: The case of the South African aviation industry
N Barkhuizen, G Welby-Cooke, N Schutte, K Stanz
Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences 5 (9), 11, 2014
142014
The management side of talent: Causal implications for the retention of Generation Y employees
L Du Plessis, EN Barkhuizen, KJ Stanz, N Schutte
Clute Institute for Academic Research, 2015
132015
Organisational design elements and competencies for optimising the expertise of knowledge workers in a shared services centre
M Ramsey, N Barkhuizen
SA Journal of Human Resource Management 9 (1), 1-15, 2011
132011
Work wellness of academic staff in South African higher education institutions
EN Barkhuizen
North-West University, 2005
132005
How relevant is talent management in South African local government institutions?
N Barkhuizen
Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences 5 (20), 2223, 2014
122014
Knowledge Management and Sharing in Local Government: A Social Identity Theory Perspective.
N Schutte, N Barkhuizen
Electronic Journal of Knowledge Management 13 (2), 2015
102015
Exploring the application of talent management practices in a local government institution
J Mtila, EN Barkhuizen, R Mokgele
30th Pan Pacific Conference, 66-68, 2013
92013
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