Professor Hartel is a registered organizational psychologist with substantial industry experience. Her consulting activities include performing organisational culture audits, advising on complaint management practices, development of workforce solutions such as diversity management and wellbeing assessment, and leadership profiling and development.
Prof Charmine E. J. Hartel is Management Cluster Leader and Professor of Organizational Behavior and HRM in the UQ Business School at The University of Queensland in Brisbane, Australia. She is a registered organizational psychologist (Australia) and a Fellow of the Australia and New Zealand Academy of Management. She has won numerous awards internationally for her research, including five awards for innovation in organizational practice. In addition, she is the recipient of two university supervision awards, the Jacob E. Hautaluoma Distinguished Alumni Award for "improving organizations at the team, group, company and international levels, and a dedication towards helping individuals and organizations become more effective and well adjusted", and the Janet Chusmir Award from the GDO division of the Academy of Management for service as a mentor and role model for others in the field.
Charmine is passionate about enhancing the relevance and contributions of management education and research to human sustainability. Her roles as Associate Editor of Academy of Management Learning and Education and author of a new HR textbook grounded in a human sustainability paradigm are some of the activities through which she is contributing to the need to advance environmentally, socially and economically responsible management practices. Her pioneering work on the characteristics of positive work environments has identified a number of the drivers of unhealthy and toxic work environments along with the leadership and human resource management practices, organizational policies and strategies to turn such situations around.
Charmine has been awarded nearly $3million in Australian Research Council funding as well as numerous research contracts from the private and public sectors. She has authored or co-authored over 70 refereed journal articles, which have appeared in journals such as the Academy of Management Review, Journal of Applied Psychology, Leadership Quarterly, Journal of Management, and Human Resource Management Review. She is Series Co-Editor for Research on Emotion in Organizations and Associate Editor for Academy of Management Learning and Education.
||Social Sciences: Organizational Theory and Behavior, Social Sciences: Minorities and Disadvantaged, Social Sciences: Immigrants, Social Sciences: Discrimination, Social Sciences: Consumer Behavior, Social Sciences: Applied Psychology, Management and Commerce: Training and Development, Management and Commerce: Human Resources, Social Sciences: Cultural Diversity, Social Sciences: Leadership Development, Management and Commerce: Leadership