Positions

Publications

Academic Article

Year Title
2007 What makes good teams work better: research-based strategies that distinguish top-performing cross-functional drug development teamsOrganization Development Journal.  25:P179-P179. 2007
2005 Scholarship That WorksAcademy of Management Journal.  48:952-955. 2005
2004 How to lead a self-managing teamIEEE Engineering Management Review.  32:21-28. 2004
2004 How to lead a self-managing teamMIT Sloan Management Review Sloan Management Review.  45:65-65. 2004
2003 MANAGING FROM THE BOUNDARY: THE EFFECTIVE LEADERSHIP OF SELF-MANAGING WORK TEAMS.Academy of Management Journal.  46:435-457. 2003
2002 Emotional intelligence as the basis of leadership emergence in self-managing teamsLeadership Quarterly.  13:505-522. 2002
2002 The content of effective teamwork mental models in self-managing teams: Ownership, learning and heedful interrelatingHuman Relations.  55:283-314. 2002
2002 Adaptation to Self-Managing Work TeamsSmall Group Research.  33:3-31. 2002
2001 Building the emotional intelligence of groupsHarvard Business Review.  79:80-91. 2001
2001 Emotionale Intelligenz bei TeamsHarvard Business Manager.  23:9-23. 2001
2000 Learning versus Performance in Short-Term Project TeamsSmall Group Research.  31:328-353. 2000
1999 Effects and timing of developmental peer appraisals in self-managing work groups.Journal of Applied Psychology.  84:58-74. 1999
1996 Envy and SchadenfreudePersonality and Social Psychology Bulletin.  22:158-168. 1996
1994 Gender and leadership style: Transformational and transactional leadership in the Roman Catholic ChurchLeadership Quarterly.  5:99-119. 1994

Book

Year Title
2013 Linking emotional intelligence and performance at work: Current research evidence with individuals and groups 2013

Chapter

Year Title
2018 Emotion and team performance: Team coaching mindsets and practices for team intervention. 2018
2017 Using Emotional Intelligence to Build High Performing Teams: Self-awareness, self-control, social awareness and relationship management 2017
2012 Applying emotional intelligence in project working.  78-96. 2012
2008 Group-level emotional intelligence.  441-454. 2008
2007 The effect of confronting members who break norms on team effectiveness.  229-260. 2007
2006 THE IMPACT OF EMERGENT LEADER'S EMOTIONALLY COMPETENT BEHAVIOR ON TEAM TRUST, COMMUNICATION, ENGAGEMENT, AND EFFECTIVENESSResearch on Emotion in Organizations. 25-55. 2006
2006 The link between group emotional competence and group effectiveness.  223-242. 2006
2005 LEADERSHIP AND SELF-MANAGING TEAMS.  197-197. 2005
2001 Group emotional intelligence and its influence on group effectiveness.  132-155. 2001
1999 The antecedents of team competence: Toward a fine-grained model of self-managing team effectiveness.  201-231. 1999

Conference Proceeding

Year Title
2017 Team emotional intelligence: Linking team social and emotional environment to team effectiveness 2017
2014 "Catching" Team Emotional Competence 2014
2013 Team processes that matter most to work team performance: A Comprehensive Study 2013
2011 The influence of team leader competencies on teh emergence of emotionally competent team norms 2011
2009 Group Emotional Competence and the effectiveness of cross-functional pharmaceutical project teams 2009
2007 A review and integration of the literature on emotional inteligence in the workplace 2007
2007 Emotional intelligence and performance at workDokuz Eylül Üniversity International Emotional Intelligence and Communication Symposium. 7-9. 2007
2006 Team-level emotional competence in cross-functional product development teams 2006
2006 Emotional intelligence and team performance: Findings and future issues. 2006
2005 Effective boundary management activities in cross-functional decision-making teams. 2005
2005 Group emotiona competence and its link to group performance 2005
2003 A socioemotional theory of workgroup effectiveness 2003
2003 Emotionally competent group norms and group effectiveness 2003
2003 EMOTIONALLY COMPETENT NORMS AND WORK GROUP EFFECTIVENENESS 2003
1999 THE LINK BETWEEN EMOTIONS AND TEAM EFFECTIVENESS: HOW TEAMS ENGAGE MEMBERS AND BUILD EFFECTIVE TASK PROCESSES.Academy of Management Proceedings. L1-L6. 1999
Antecedents of effective team collaboration: The pivotal role of socio-emotional needs
Effective Leadership of Self-Managing Teams: Behaviors and Cognitions that Matter Most and the Contextual Issues that Support Them
TEAM—LEVEL COMPETENCIES IN SELF—MANAGING TEAMS: BEHAVIORS, NORMS AND PROCESSES THAT MAKE A DIFFERENCE
Team Culture: Context that affects behavior, interactions, and mindfulness in teams.
Team emotional intelligence: Linking team social and emotional environment to team effectiveness

Teaching Activities

  • Managing Self & Leading Others Taught course 2018
  • Managing Self & Leading Others Taught course 2018
  • Behavior in Organizations Taught course 2018
  • Behavior in Organizations Taught course 2018
  • Organizational Behavior Taught course 2017
  • Organizational Behavior Taught course 2017
  • Organizational Behavior Taught course 2016
  • Organizational Behavior Taught course 2016
  • Leadership Assessmnt & Develp Taught course 2016
  • Leadership Assessmnt & Develp Taught course 2016
  • Organizational Behavior Taught course 2015
  • Organizational Behavior Taught course 2015
  • Behavior in Organizations Taught course 2015
  • Organizational Behavior Taught course 2014
  • Organizational Behavior Taught course 2014
  • Behavior in Organizations Taught course 2014
  • Behavior in Organizations Taught course 2014
  • Education And Training

  • B.A. Psychology, Indiana University - Bloomington
  • M.A. Organizational Psychology, Columbia University in the City of New York
  • Ph.D. Social Psychology, Boston University
  • Full Name

  • Vanessa Druskat