Event title:

FBLP PGR Research Culture and Community Seminar No 1 T1

Event details

Event details

Date:
Friday, 21st October 2022
Time:
11:00 - 12:30
Location:
Nidd SR 1+2 with Mezz, Online (You will receive the URL to join this webinar via the email you register with)
Campus:
Hull Campus
Categories:
  FBLP - PGR Research Culture and Community Seminar Series  

Event description

Event description

Outline of the seminar 

1. Welcome and Introductions - (5 mins)

 

2. PGR-led Discussion - (5-20 mins)

PGRs, please take this opportunity to raise any topic at all. 

 

3. ‘PGR Presents 1: Aruni Samarakoon, 3rd Year PhD Candidate from the School of Politics and International Studiesin FBLP -  (15 mins plus Q&A 15 mins)

Abstract:

Aruni will share the details from her recent PhD data collection experience for the benefit of PGRs who still have this stage of their research degree to complete.  

 

4. ‘PGR Presents 2: 'The moderating role of core self-evaluations in the relationship between abusive managers and employees' well-being.'

with Mohamed Hamoda, 3rd Year PhD Candidate in Marketing Management and Business Strategy in FBLP -  (15 mins plus Q&A 15 mins)

Abstract:

Most leadership researchers are looking for positive ways and tools to lead people. Scholars investigate concepts like transformational, ethical, authentic, instructional, and distributed leadership, focusing on improving organisations' outcomes. However, there is a shortage of illustrating the dark side of leadership and how it may harm the employees' well-being. Therefore, this study sheds new light on how emotional exhaustion may mediate the relationship between abusive managers and employees' well-being. The present research also aims to contribute to the leadership literature by introducing core self-evaluation as a moderating variable that copes with the negative consequences of abusive managers on employees' well-being.

 

5. 'Any other business’

 

To view the full PGR Research Culture and Community Programme click here for more details

If you have any general questions about the seminar programme, please contact Jackie McAndrew at the Doctoral College in the first instance on jackie.mcandrew@hull.ac.uk

 

 

Registration

Registration

Registration is required. There are 24 in-person seats available. There are 45 online seats available.