Research Seminar Series: Prof. Karin Sanders

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Speaker: Prof. Karin Sanders, UNSW Business School, The University of New South Wales
Title: Hybrid Work Leadership: Work in Progress
Date: Thu, 16th Feb 2023 
Time: 12pm – 2pm
Venue: Allan Barton Forum, Level 2, CBE Building 26C

Assoc. Prof. Nick Wang is the host of this visit



The COVID-19 pandemic has further challenged traditional work arrangements. Researchers worldwide are studying hybrid work arrangements concerning the various needs and preferences of working in organizations from both employees and managers. This pandemic initiated psychological research on how managers can cope with this change while taken into account employees’ understanding of the unpredictable and new situation and their preferences for when and where to work after the Covid-19 pandemic. In this seminar I present the development of a research center (research lab) and the first results of three related studies.  



Karin Sanders (PhD) is a professor HRM and Organisational Psychology, and Senior Deputy Dean (Research & Enterprise) at UNSW. Her research activities focus on the antecedent and consequences of employees' understanding and attribution of HRM on employee outcomes such as informal learning activities. Her work has been published in journals such as Human Resource Management, Human Resource Management Journal, Journal of Vocational Behavior, Academy of Management Learning & Education, Organization Studies, and Organization Science. Karin is an Associate Editor of HRMR and Senior Editor for the special issues (SIs) of the International Journal of HRM. Currently, she is working on a SI special issue on Collective Reactions to Organizational Change (JOB, together with  Schwarz, Bouckenooghe & Nguyen). Recently, she co-founded Hybrid Work Leadership as an applied and translational research lab at UNSW. She was on the Executive Board of the HR division of the AOM between 2013 and 2019. 

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Allan Barton Forum, Level 2, CBE Building 26C