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Zhe Ni Wang

Zheni Wang 768

Date of entry: 2011 Fall
Expected graduation date: 2017 Winter

Current phase of study: Phase III (Thesis)
Specialization:
Management
Status: Full-time student

Research Interests: Motivation, leadership, effectiveness of HRM practices, cross-cultural comparison

 

zheni.wang@concordia.ca

 


Education

  • MSc, Business Administration, Concordia University, Montreal, 2011
  • BA, Psychology, Concordia University, Montreal, 2008
  • BA, Chinese Language & Literature, Shenzhen University, Shenzhen, P. R. China, 1996

 


Academic and teaching experience

  • Introduction to OB Theories (COMM 222), Concordia University, Summer 2014, 2015, lecturer
  • Introduction to HRM (MANA 362), Concordia University, Summer 2016, lecturer

Work experience

  • Senior Consultant, Towers Perrin (Towers Watson), Shenzhen, P. R. China, 2001 – 2003
  • Senior Consultant, Arthur Andersen, Shenzhen, P. R. China, 2001
  • Senior Auditor, Arthur Andersen, Shenzhen, P. R. China, 1996 – 2000

Journal publications

  • Donia, D. L. M., Raja, R., Panaccio, A. & Wang, Z. (2016). Servant leadership and employee outcomes:  The moderating role of subordinates' motives. European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology
  • Gagne, M., & Wang, Z. (2015). The multidimensional work motivation scale: Validation evidence in seven languages and nine countries. European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology
  • Wang, Z. & Gagne, M. (2012). Chinese Canadian cross-cultural investigation of transformational leadership, autonomous motivation, and collectivistic value. Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies

Conference publications

  • Wang, Z., Raja, R., Landry, & Panaccio, A. (2015). Servant Leadership and self-determined motivation: Looking at basic psychological need satisfaction as a mediating mechanism and employees value as boundary, European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology, 17th European Congress of Work and Organizational Psychology, Olso, Norway
  • Landry, Roberts, Wang, Z., & Panaccio, A. (2015). Employee commitment to the supervisor and to the organization: Does congruence matter? The European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology, 17th European Congress of Work and Organizational Psychology, Olso, Norway
  • Robinson & Wang, Z. (2015). Motivational mechanism of transformational leadership and servant leadership, The 8th Annual Meeting for the Society for the Study of Motivation (SSM), New York City, New York
  • Howard, Gagne, M., Morin, Wang, Z., & Forest (2015). Using bifactor exploratory structural equation modelling to account for imperfect measurement items and hierarchically ordered constructs, Australian Psychology Society, 11th Industrial and Organizational Psychology Conference, Melbourne, Australia
  • Gagne, M., Morin, Schabram, Wang, Z. Chemolli, & Briand (2015). A cross-lagged multi-level analysis of the relationship between leadership styles and motivational orientations at work, European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology, 17th European Congress of Work and Organizational Psychology, Olso, Norway
  • Robinson, M., Brutus, S., Panaccio, A., Berkshire, & Wang, Z. (2014). Nothing in life is free: Leadership and its impact on performance, Vancouver, BC
  • Gagne, M., Morin, Schabram, Wang, Z., Chemolli, & Briand. (2013). A positive psychology approach to organizational psychology: Some illustrations based on different motivational theories. Australian Psychology Society, 10th Industrial and Organizational Psychology Conference, Perth, Australia
  • Wang, Z. & Gagne, M. (2013). Mapping the rhythm of daily motivation: A qualitative inquiry, Canadian Psychological Association, 74th Annual Convention, Quebec City, QC
  • Wang, Z., & Gagne, M. (2013). Mapping the moment-to-moment motivation and well-being at work: A mixed method and multi-level investigation, 5th International Conference on Self-Determination Theory, Rochester, NY

Working papers

  • A Cross-Lagged analysis of the relationships between leadership style and work motivation at the group and individual levels in crisis and non-crisis organizations. Gagne, M., Morin, Schabram, Wang, Z. Chemolli, & Briand
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