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Raghid Al Hajj

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PhD program start date: Winter 2011
Expected graduation date: Fall 2018

Current phase of study: Phase III (Thesis)
Specialization: Management
Research Interests:
 Emotions, stress and performance, ostracism, competition and power, withdrawal behaviors, research methods

 

raghid.alhajj@concordia.ca


Education

  • MBA, Business Administration, Lebanese American University, Beirut, Lebanon, 2010
  • BSc., Chemistry (Minor: Biology), American University in Beirut, Beirut, Lebanon, 2006
  • Teaching Diploma, Education, American University in Beirut, Beirut, Lebanon, 2006

Academic and Teaching Experience

  • Organizational Behaviour and Theory  (COMM 222), Concordia University, JMSB, Summer 2014, Summer 2016, Winter 2016, lecturer
  • Organizational Behaviour (GDBA 503), Concordia University, JMSB, Summer 2015, lecturer
  • Leadership and Motivation (GDBA 595), Concordia University, JMSB, Winter 2015, lecturer
  • Managing People in Organizations (GDBA 533), Concordia University, JMSB, Summer 2017, lecturer

Professional Experience

  • Data Analyst, Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) International, Concordia University, Montréal, 2015 – 2017
  • Lecturer, Concordia University, Montréal, 2014 – 2017
  • Research Assistant, Concordia University, Montréal, 2012 – 2017
  • Teaching Assistant, Concordia University, Montréal, 2011-2017
  • Exam Manager, Ecole Superieure des Affaires, Beirut, Lebanon, 2008 – 2009 

Journal Publications

(† the dagger sign indicates equal authorship)

  • Fesit, J., Al Hajj, R., Vongas, J.G. (Under Second Round Review) Ostracism seen through the lens of power: How ostracizer status and ostracizee external social support influence reactions to workplace exclusion. Frontiers in Psychology.
    (Status: Second round of review)
  • Vongas, J.G., & Al Hajj, R. (2017). The effects of competition and implicit power motive on men's testosterone, emotion recognition, and aggression. Hormones and Behavior.
    (Status: Published)
  • Johns, G., & Al Hajj, R. (2016). Frequency versus time lost measures of absenteeism: Is the voluntariness distinction an urban legend? Journal of Organizational Behavior.
    (Status: Published)
  • Vongas, J. G., & Al Hajj, R. (2015). Competing sexes, power, and testosterone: How winning and losing affect people's empathic responses and what this means for organizations. Applied Psychology: An International Review.
    (Status: Published)
  • Vongas, J.G., &  Al Hajj, R. (2015). Born to empathize: Women leaders on the brink of failure. Frontiers in Psychology.
    (Status: Published)
  • Al Hajj, R., & Dagher, G. (2010). An empirical investigation of the relation between emotional intelligence and job satisfaction in the Lebanese service industry. The Business Review, Cambridge.
    (Status; Published)

Conference Publications

  • Fesit, J., Al Hajj, R., Vongas, J.G. (2017).The effects of group physical attractiveness on helping behaviors following workplace ostracism. 77th Annual meeting of the Academy of Management, Atlanta, Georgia.
  • Al Hajj, R., & Chikhouni, A. (2017).Teach a Man to Fish and You Feed Him for a Lifetime” The Influence of FDIs on Entrepreneurship in Developing Nations." Academy of International Business, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
  • Vongas, J.G., & Al Hajj, R. (2017).The effects of testosterone and implicit power on men’s emotion recognition and aggression following status contests. The 10th International Critical Management Conference, Liverpool, United Kingdom.
  • Al Hajj, R., & Vongas (2016). Implicit Motives Driving Explicit Leadership Outcomes. 7th Annual Graduate Research Exposition, JMSB, Montréal, Canada.
  • Al Hajj, R. & Vongas, J.G. (2016). How experiencing a radical change affects, 76th Annual meeting of the Academy of Management, Anaheim, USA.
  • Vongas, J.G., & Al Hajj, R. (2016). Male rivalry seen through a biopsychosocial lens, 18th International Conference on Applied Psychology, Tokyo, Japan.
    (Winner of Best Presentation Award)
  • Fesit, J., Al Hajj, R., & Vongas, J.G. (2015). When ostracism cannot be ignored: the role of ostracizer status and ostracizee’s social support, 75th Annual meeting of the Academy of Management, Canada.
  • Vongas, J.G., & Al Hajj, R. (2015). Power matters: Competition, testosterone, and men's empathic accuracy and aggression, 75th Annual meeting of the Academy of Management, Vancouver, Canada.
  • Fesit, J., Al Hajj, R., Vongas, J.G. (2015). When ostracism cannot be ignored: the role of ostracizer status and ostracizee’s social support. 75th Annual meeting of the Academy of Management, Vancouver, Canada.
  • Vongas, J.G., & Al Hajj, R. (2015). A biopsychosocial model of male competition: How implicit power motivation predicts rivals' testosterone, empathic accuracy, and aggression, Annual Meeting of the Society for the Study of Motivation, New York, USA.
  • Al Hajj, R., & Vongas, J.G. (2015). Curb your contempt: leadership moderates the effect of competition on contemptuous emotions and behaviors, 43rd Annual Administrative Sciences Association of Canada Conference, Halifax, Canada.
  • Vongas, J.G., Al Hajj, R. (2015). Implicit power motivation: The missing link between rivals' testosterone, aggression, and empathy.  International Convention of Psychological Science, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  • Vongas, J.G., & Al Hajj, R. (2014). Competition, power, and testosterone: Winning, losing, and men’s empathic accuracy and aggression. 6th Annual Graduate Research Exposition, JMSB, Montréal, Canada.
  • Al Hajj, R., & Vongas, J.G. (2014). Radical change seen through a ‘micro’ lens: Usual suspects, unusual OB context. 74th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Philadelphia, USA.
  • Vongas, J.G., & Al Hajj, R. (2014). Why empathy matters in organizational behavior, 28th International Congress of Applied Psychology, Paris, France.
  • Lamertz, K., Ship, S., Al Hajj, R., & Wassmer, U. (2014). Drawing boundaries around multipartner alliances (MPA): Institutional spectatorship and the evolution of MPA related collaboration within the global airline industry. 42nd Annual Administrative Sciences Association of Canada Conference, Muskoka, Canada.
    (Published in Conference Proceedings)
  • Al Hajj, R., & Chikhouni, A. (2014).The effect of multinational enterprises on local entrepreneurship: A model moderated by regulative institutional environment. 42nd Annual Administrative Sciences Association of Canada Conference, Muskoka, Canada.
  • Vongas, J.G., & Al Hajj, R. (2014). Born to empathize? Women leaders on the brink of failure 42nd Annual Administrative Sciences Association of Canada Conference, Muskoka, Canada.
  • Vongas, J.G., Schattke, K., Al Hajj, R., Aldon, P., & Oppenheimer, R. (2014). Negotiating with punch: The effect of power motive congruence on buyers’ flow experience and negotiation success. 7th Annual Meeting of the Society for the Study of Motivation, San Francisco, USA.
  • Johns, G., & Al Hajj, R. (2014). Time lost versus frequency measures of absenteeism: Does one really reflect health and the other work attitudes? 11th Conference of The European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology, London, United Kingdom.
  • Al Hajj, R., & Johns, G.  (2013). Optimizing the predictive power of burnout: A meta-analytic structural equation modeling approach. 41st Annual Administrative Sciences Association of Canada Conference, Calgary, Canada.
    (Winner of Best Paper Award)
  • Al Hajj, R., & Vongas, J.G. (2013). I’ve failed, now what? Guilt and shame differentially affect persistence following goal failure, 41st Annual Administrative Sciences Association of Canada Conference, Calgary, Canada.
  • Al Hajj, R. (2012).  Too intelligent for your own good! An investigation of the role of emotional intelligence in escalation of commitment. 4th Annual Graduate Research Exposition, JMSB, Montréal, Canada.

Working Papers

  • Radical change seen through a micro lens: usual suspects, unusual OB context. Al Hajj, R., & Vongas, J.G.
  • Optimizing the predictive power of burnout: A meta-analytic structural equation modeling approach. Al Hajj, R., & Johns, G.
  • No work is motivating if the climate lacks warmth: Autonomy support of coworkers and managers in elderly care. Al Hajj, R., Jungert, T., & Vongas, J.G.
  • The effect of multinational enterprises on local entrepreneurship: A model moderated by regulative institutional environment. Al Hajj, R., & Chikhouni, A.
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