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Dr. Steve Granger

Assistant Professor, Management



Overview

I received my PhD in Organizational Behaviour and Human Resources from the University of Calgary. The common thread that runs through my research program is the experience of adversity at or while working. This thread connects my primary streams of research within the areas of occupational health psychology and the future of work, where I study individual (e.g., resilience and proactivity), interpersonal (e.g., social support and leadership), and organizational processes (e.g., job design and human resource management practices) that help or hinder individuals’ ability to confront adversity. My work has been published in various outlets, including Journal of Vocational Behavior, Human Relations, Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, Personality and Social Psychology Review, Organizational Dynamics, and Journal of Safety Research. I have also taught courses in organizational behaviour and research methods, and serve as an editorial board member at Human Relations

 

For a full and up-to-date list of my professional qualifications and academic experiences, including research, teaching, and service, please see my curriculum vitae.


Currently Teaching

MANA 420 - Management Research for Decision Making


Research Areas

Occupational health psychology, workplace safety, gig work, and the future of work

An up to date list of publications can be found here

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