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Organizational Behavior & Human Resource Management

Mission Statement

Die Forschungsschwerpunkte der Sektion decken die beiden Themenbereiche Human Resource Management und Organizational Behavior breit und interdisziplinär ab. Dabei sind u.a. folgende Themen relevant: Personalführung/Leadership, Teamwork, neue teambasierte Organisationsformen, das Verhältnis von Hierarchie, Macht, Status und Einfluss, Emotionen in Organisationen, Personaldiagnostik (z.B. Bewerberauswahl, Mitarbeiterbeurteilung), Karrieremanagement und Karriereanpassungen, Bewertung und Förderung von Arbeitsleistung in verschiedenen Kontexten, Persönlichkeit und Intelligenz im Beruf, Scientist-Practitioner-Gap in Personalmanagement und Organizational Behavior.

Ziel der Sektion ist es, die Forschungsgebiete Human Resource Management und Organizational Behavior an der JLU deutlich zu stärken, das nationale und internationale Renommee der JLU in diesen Bereichen zu vergrößern, und damit die Attraktivität der JLU für Nachwuchsforschende in diesen Themengebieten zu erhöhen.

Die Sektion richtet sich an erfahrene Forschende und Nachwuchsforschende aller wissenschaftlichen Disziplinen, die sich mit dem Mensch im organisationalen Kontext und / oder organisationalen Strukturen auseinandersetzen.

 

Sektionsleitung

 

Die OBHRM-Sektion wird von folgenden Personen geleitet: Katja Wehrle, Dr. Sascha Abdel Hadi, Dr. Pascale Stephanie Petri, Dr. Katerina Tsantila.

 

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Aktuelle Veranstaltungen

 

Save the date: Online-Gastvortrag am Freitag, 28.10.2022, 14:00 Uhr bis 15:30 Uhr: "Einführung in die Bayes-Statistik", von Dr. Stephan Poppe (Universität Leipzig).

 

Save the date: Workshop am Montag, 21.11.2022, 10:00 Uhr bis 14:00 Uhr (Ort TBC): "Qualitative interviewing in the field of work and organisational psychology: Benefits, challenges and guidelines for researchers and reviewers" von Dr. Luke Macaulay und Dr. Karen Dunwoodie (Deakin University's Centre for Refugee Employment, Advocacy, Training, and Education - CREATE)

 

The aim of this workshop is to provide a practical guide for work and organisational psychology researchers, especially those more familiar with quantitative methods, to get started with qualitative interview approaches. Karen and Luke will focus on qualitative interviews as they are the most common method adopted in qualitative work and are often combined with other qualitative techniques such as participant observation or quantitative techniques such as surveys or experiments. The workshop will explore the strengths of adopting a qualitative interview design when conducting empirical research in the fields of work and organisational psychology, and the challenges faced in publishing such research. Finally, the workshop provides participants with guidelines for effectively executing, publishing, and evaluating research adopting a qualitative interview design, and highlights exemplary articles in top journals that adopt qualitative interview designs and of course we will allow plenty of time for participant interaction and questions.

 

Pre-reading: Qualitative interviewing in the field of work and organisational psychology: Benefits, challenges and guidelines for researchers and reviewers (wiley.com) <https://iaap-journals.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/epdf/10.1111/apps.12414>

 

Bios: 

Dr Luke Macaulay is a research fellow at Deakin University’s Centre for Refugee Employment, Advocacy, Training, and Education (CREATE). As an interdisciplinary researcher, Luke has worked in a number of areas including higher education, educational leadership, inclusive education, refugee and migration studies, and cultural studies. Luke’s current research explores cultural experiences of becoming an adult, the social/political belonging of refugee background youth, and career re-establishment for those with a refugee background.  

 

Dr Karen Dunwoodie is currently working as the deputy director and research fellow at the Deakin Centre for Refugee Employment, Advocacy, Training and Education (CREATE) at Deakin University. She has worked, volunteered, researched, and advocated in the refugee sector in Australia for the past 12 years and her research interests include progressing the field of refugee resettlement, principally focussing on career development and the impact access to tertiary education and training may have on the lives on refugees and people seeing asylum. Current research projects include investigating career (re)construction for people from refugee and asylum-seeking backgrounds and the role of the mentee-mentor relationship. 

 

Save the date: Gastvortrag am Dienstag, 22.11.2022, 10:00 bis 11:30 Uhr (Ort TBC): "Combining research and practice: Practical interventions in refugee research" von Dr. Luke Macaulay und Dr. Karen Dunwoodie (Deakin University's Centre for Refugee Employment, Advocacy, Training, and Education - CREATE)


Abstract: This presentation will highlight the work done at the Deakin University, the Centre of Refugee Employment, Advocacy, Training and Education (CREATE), to support humanitarian migrants re-establish their careers in Australia and obtain work that is commensurate with their skills and experience. Furthermore, highlighting CREATE’s experience in developing practical interventions to support people from refugee and asylum-seeking backgrounds. In this session, we will explore re-thinking refugee re-settlement, what we do and how we work in collaboration with other institutions, the corporate sector, government, refugee support agencies and the community themselves. We will also demonstrate how we measure our impact and include migrants in the development of materials and programs to ensure their lived experiences are considered in user-centred design. As always, we will allow plenty of time for audience questions and general discussion.

 

Bios: 

Dr Luke Macaulay is a research fellow at Deakin University’s Centre for Refugee Employment, Advocacy, Training, and Education (CREATE). As an interdisciplinary researcher, Luke has worked in a number of areas including higher education, educational leadership, inclusive education, refugee and migration studies, and cultural studies. Luke’s current research explores cultural experiences of becoming an adult, the social/political belonging of refugee background youth, and career re-establishment for those with a refugee background.  

 

Dr Karen Dunwoodie is currently working as the deputy director and research fellow at the Deakin Centre for Refugee Employment, Advocacy, Training and Education (CREATE) at Deakin University. She has worked, volunteered, researched, and advocated in the refugee sector in Australia for the past 12 years and her research interests include progressing the field of refugee resettlement, principally focussing on career development and the impact access to tertiary education and training may have on the lives on refugees and people seeing asylum. Current research projects include investigating career (re)construction for people from refugee and asylum-seeking backgrounds and the role of the mentee-mentor relationship. 

 

Am 26.09.2022 fand der Online-Workshop "Text Mining in R" von Prof. Dr. Nicolas Pröllochs (JLU) statt.

Am 01.07.2022 fand der Gastvortrag "The Latent Adaptation-State-Trait (LAST) Framework" von Prof. Dr. Christian Kandler (Universität Bremen) statt.


 

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