EMONET  International Conference on Emotions and Organizational Life
     

Conference Program

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 All conference activities (with the exception of the Conference Dinner) will take place at
INSEAD campus
Boulevard de Constance
F – 77300 Fontainebleau
Conference Coordinator : Marie-Françoise Piquerez
Phone : + 33 1 60 72 43 49
Mobile : + 33 6 82 81 29 02

 

Thursday, July 17

LOCATION
(see campus map)

2.00pm –4:30pm
PhD Student Research Workshop

Please email Donal Crilly at Donal.CRILLY@insead.edu if you would like to participate.View the draft program by clicking here.

Amphi Loudon
East wing

5.00pm – 6.30pm
Registration

Le Cercle

6.30pm – 8.30pm
Conference Reception
Opening cocktails and buffet dinner

Le Cercle

 

 

Friday, July 18

LOCATION
(see campus map)

Session 1: 8:30 am – 9:00 am
Opening Plenary Session
Facilitators:       Neal M. Ashkanasy, University of Queensland
Charmine E. J. Härtel, Monash University
Wilfred J. Zerbe, University of Calgary

Amphi A

Session 2a: 9:00 am – 10:30 am
Emotional Intelligence
Facilitator:  Neal Ashkanasy

Jochen Immanuel Menges, University of St Gallen and Heike Bruch
Organizational Emotional Intelligence and Performance - An Empirical Study
Winner of the Best Paper Award

Laura Guillén Ramo, INSEAD
How can we make sense of emotional and social competencies within organizational settings?

Beverley Kirk, Nicola Schutte, and Don Hine
The Role of Emotional Self Efficacy, Emotional Intelligence and Affect in Workplace Incivility and Workplace Satisfaction

Amphi Dean Berry

Session 2b: 9:00 am – 10:30 am
Emotions and Change
Facilitator:  Ronald H Humphrey, Virginia Commonwealth University

Quy Nguyen Huy, Taco H. Reus, Florida Atlantic University and Yongmei Liu, University of Texas at Arlington
Emotional capability and post-acquisition integration

Christina Kirsch, CTRE Research and Warren Parry,
The Underlying Structure of Emotions during Organizational Change

Roy Kark Smollan, Auckland University of Technology, Jonathan Andrew Matheny, and Janet Grace Sayers
Personality, Affect and Organizational change

Amphi I

10:30 am – 11:00 am
Break and Poster Presentations                                                                    
During each conference break poster presentations can be viewed in the break area. Facilitators will introduce each of the papers individually and poster authors will then be available to allow conference participants to discuss poster presentations.  Authors can be approached at other times as they are available. Papers accepted to the conference were organized into sessions based on their grouping with others of a similar theme. Papers chosen as poster presentations were those that represented unique or singular topics or approaches.

Posters:
Facilitator: Christina Kirsch

Ann Parkinson, Henley Management College and Jill Hender
Making a difference: Emotions and engagement at work

Robert G. Jones, Missouri State University
Once More into the Gap: An Update on the Emotive Perception Model

Greg J. Sears, Carleton University and Camilla M. Holmvall
The Joint Influence of Supervisor and Subordinate Emotional Intelligence on Leader-Member Exchange

Sylvia Young Hee Hur, University of Twente and Celeste PM Wilderom
Leadership Style, Emotional Intelligence and Performance; Evidence and challenges reviewed

Tori Yu-wen Huang, Cass Business School
Intuitive vs. analytic decision making: The role of self-regulatory focus and affective experience in decision making processes

Wilfred Joachim Zerbe, Haskayne School of Business
Grieving Emotions:  Employee Deviance and Organizational Discipline

South wing area

Session 3a: 11:00 am – 12:30 pm
Emotions, Creativity and Learning

Facilitator:  Tui McKeown, Monash University

Charmine E. J. Härtel, Monash University and Deshani B. Ganegoda
Emotions as a Learned Outcome and Learning as an Affective Outcome

Annefloor Heleen Maria Klep, Vrije University Barbara Van Knippenberg, and Henk Van der Flier
The effects of affective sharing for the affective uncertain: Specifying the affect-creativity link

Fabrizio Maimone and Marta Sinclair, Griffith University
Affective climate, organizational creativity and knowledge creation: Case study of an automotive company

Amphi Dean Berry

Session 3b: 11:00 am – 12:30 pm
Emotions and Interpersonal Effectiveness

Facilitator:  Roy Smollan, Auckland University of Technology

Bjoern Michaelis, Heidelberg University Ralf Stegmaier, and Karlheinz Sonntag
How leaders influence the impact of affective commitment to change on innovation implementation behavior in R&D teams

Joel T. Nadler and Meghan R. Lowery, Southern Illinois University
Emotional expression, gender, personality, and workplace appropriate behaviors

Judith Volmer, University of Erlangen
The negotiation opponent's discrete emotion: The role of anger, happiness, sadness, and surprise

Amphi I

12:30 pm – 1:30 pm
Lunch

INSEAD restaurant
(self service)

Session 4a: 1:30 pm – 3:00 pm
Mood and Affect at Work

Facilitator:  Judith Volmer, University of Erlangen

Remus Ilies, Nikolaos Dimotakis, and David Watson
On the independence of Positive and Negative Affect: Evidence from mood at work

Habibe Tugba Erol, Middle East Technical University and Hayriye Canan Sumer
Individual differences in affective reactions to work events: Potential moderating effects of core-evaluations within the Affective Events Theory framework

Stefanie K. Johnson, Colorado State University and Camille S. Johnson
The secret life of mood: Causes and consequences of unconscious affect at work

Amphi Dean Berry

Session 4b: 1:30 pm – 3:00 pm
Symposium: Cross-cultural research in emotion at work

Chairs:  Andrea Fischbach, Trier University and Charmine Härtel, Monash University

Andrea Fischbach, Trier University
Cross-National Cross-Cultural Research of Emotions at Work: A Review and Some Recommendations

Charmine E.J. Härtel, Monash University  & Xiaoyu Liu, Monash University, Renmin University of China
National Culture Influences On Workgroup Emotional Climate And Its Effect On Workgroup Effectiveness

Veronique Tran, ESCP-EAP
Emotions in Cross-Cultural/Cross Functional Teams: The Power of the Common Goal

Paul J Hanges, Xiafang Chen, C. Ashley Fulmer, Peter W. Dorfman, Jon P. Howell and Mary Sully DeLuque
Leadership, Emotional Intelligence, and Intelligence: A Cross-Cultural Exploration

Petri Laukka, Hillary Anger Elfenbein, Wanda Chiu, Jean Althoff, Thomas Rockstuhl, Nutankumar Thingujam and Alfred Zengeya
What The Voice Reveals:  An Investigation Of Vocal Expressions Of Emotion In Five Cultures

Amphi I

3:00 pm – 3:30 pm
Break and Poster Presentations

Posters:
Facilitator: Ethel Brundin, Jönköping International Business School

Kerri Anne Crowne, Widener University Arvind V. Phatak, and Uday Salunkhe
Does culture influence intelligence? A study of the influence of cultural context

Benedicte Gendron, University Montpellier III
Why Emotional Capital is a Crucial Capital in Organizations and Human Resources Management?

Charmine E. J. Härtel, Monash University, Rebekah Russell-Bennett, Queensland University of Technology, Shannon L. Lloyd, and Kay Russell
Heart vs Mind: What Function Do Emotional and Cognitive Loyalty Serve?

Pacevicius Jonas, Siauliai University
Assessment of emotionality by the method of chronological registration of emotions

Tui McKeown, Monash University
Building Positive Responses to Bullying: Establishing the Framework

Gérard Näring, Open University and Ilja Yntema
The Distressed Personality and Emotional Labor: A Pathway to Emotional Exhaustion?

Arie Shirom, Tel Aviv University and Ofira Shraga
On the Directionality of Vigor-Job Satisfaction Relationships: A Longitudinal Study

South wing area

Session 5a: 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm
Emotions in Groups
Facilitator:  Neal Ashkanasy

Xiaoyu liu, James Jianmin Sun, and Charmine E.J. Härtel
Development of the WECS:  A Multidimensional Measure of Workgroup Emotional Climate
Winner of the Best Doctoral Paper Award

Jacqueline Tanghe, Barbara van Knippenberg, and Henk van der Flier
Emotional Convergence: The Role of Prototypicality and Identification

Frank Walter,University of Groningen and Bernd Vogel, University of St. Gallen
A theoretical exploration of mixed group mood: The construct and its performance consequences

Amphi Dean Berry

Session 5b: 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm
Symposium:  Through the Looking-Glass of Emotional Labor: Alternative Lenses and Perspectives

Chair: Céleste M. Brotheridge, ESG-UQÀM

Ronald H. Humphrey, Virginia Commonwealth University:
"Through the Looking Glass: Multiple Reflections on Emotional Labor."

Catherine Jordan, Geoffrey Soutar, Sandra Kiffin-Petersen, University of Western Australia.
Are There Different ‘Types’ Of Emotional Laborers?

Robert G. Jones, Thomas Kane, Missouri State University; Jared Russo, Accenture, Inc.; Phillip Walmsley, U.S. Office of Personnel Management.
What You See Is What You Feel: Leader Emotional Labor Is In the Eye Of The Beholder

Robert G. Jones, Missouri State University, Michele Visio, Kyle Wilberding, Missouri State University, Heather King, U.S. Cellular.
Leader Emotive Awareness, Emotional Labor, Burnout And Work-Family Conflict 

Céleste M. Brotheridge, UQÀM, Canada;  Jacqueline L. Power, University of Windsor, Canada; Silvia Inés Monserrat & Luisa Mayoral, Universidad Nacional del Centro, Argentina; Catherine Jordan, University Of Western Australia, Australia; Deborah M. Zinni, Brock University, Canada; Jaime A. Ruiz-Gutiérrez, Universidad de los Andes, Colombia; Panagiotis Polycroniou, University of Patras, Greece; Wai-ming Mak, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong; Zoltán Buzády, Central European University Business School, Hungary; Romina Mathew, ICFAI Business School, IIMT, India; Antonio Garzon Vico, University College, Ireland; Sergio M. Madero, Tecnológico de Monterrey, Mexico; Anthony Ugochukwu Obiajulu Nnedumm, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Nigeria; Daria Golebiowska-Tataj, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland; Aichia Chuang, National Taiwan University, Taiwan; John Blenkinsopp, University of Teesside, U.K.; Nikos Bozionelos, University of Durham, U.K.; Christine A. Sprigg, Carolyn Axtell, & David Holman, University of Sheffield, U.K.; Miguel R. Olivas-Lujan, Clarion U. of Pennsylvania, U.S.A.; Dawn Fischer, Texas Tech University, U.S.A.; Bahaudin G. Mujtaba, Nova Southeastern University, U.S.A.

Does one’s culture influence how emotional labor is performed with customers, coworkers, and supervisors?

Moira Mikolajczak, Université catholique de Louvain, Véronique Tran, ESCP-EAP, Céleste M. Brotheridge, ESG-UQÀM.
From Emotional Labour to Emotion Regulation: Enlarging the Perspective on Emotion Management in the Workplace

Discussant: Véronique Tran, ESCP-EAP

Amphi I

Bus transfer to Samois sur Seine: 6.30 pm
Bus will pick up participants at the Mercure hotel and then at the Ibis hotel

Conference Dinner: 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Maison de Champgosier in Samois sur Seine

 

 

 

 

Saturday, July 19

LOCATION
(see campus map)

Session 6a: 8:30 am – 10:00 am
Emotions and Entrepreneurship
Facilitator: Paul Harvey, University of New Hampshire

David Goss, University of Surrey
Putting emotion at the heart of agency

Ethel Brundin, Jönköping International Business School Veronica Gustafsson, Holger Patzelt, and Dean Shepherd
Escalation of commitment in investment decisions: The role of emotions under uncertainty

Marina Biniari, Cass Business School
Corporate envy and emotional dynamics in the internal selection process of corporate venturing initiatives

Amphi Dean Berry

Session 6b: 8:30 am – 10:00 am
Emotional Labor and its Effects

Facilitator: Ann Parkinson, Henley Management College

Carmen Binnewies, University of Konstanz Nadja Metzler, Annika Scholl, and Sabine Sonnentag
Teaching with a Smile. A Diary Study on Emotion Regulation and Its Short-Term Outcomes at Work and at Home.

Sandra Kiffin-Petersen, University of Western Australia Catherine Jordan, and Geoffrey Soutar
The mediating role of surface and deep acting in the relationship between the big five, emotional exhaustion and citizenship behaviors

Janis Kay Hinson, Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital
When two worlds collide: Social work, trauma and the complex hospital organisation

 

Amphi I

10:00 am – 10:30 am
Break

South wing area

Session 7: 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
Research Incubator and Closing Plenary

Moderators:
Neal M. Ashkanasy, University of Queensland
Charmine E. J. Härtel, Monash University
Wilfred J. Zerbe, University of Calgary

Discussion of participant research ideas and projects
Report outs by tables
Full Group discussion
Plenary and Summary

Amphi A