Management; Team decision-making; Team dynamics; Emotions; Self-regulation.
Guihyun Park is a Senior Lecturer of Management. Her research interests include how people react to team members’ ideas and contributions, how a team of individuals develops its own dynamics, and how intergroup relations and dynamics co-evolve over time. In examining these often highly complex phenomena, Guihyun adopts process-oriented, multilevel theoretical perspectives in which team dynamics are understood as emergent and reciprocal processes that originate from the interactions of constituent team members and, in turn, crystallise into team processes and outcomes. By gaining a deeper understanding of team dynamics, Guihyun ultimately seeks to discover ways to better manage the aspects and processes of teams so that teams and their members will be able to not only work more effectively, but experience personal and collective growth. Guihyun’s work has been published in leading journals such as Academy of Management Discoveries, American Psychologist, Journal of Applied Psychology, Journal of Management, and Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes.