|Degree/info:||PhD Candidate, M.Sc. Work & Organizational Psychology|
|University||Dublin City University Business School|
|Faculty and department||HRM & OB|
|About||I studied Psychology (B.Sc., University of Groningen) and Work & Organizational Psychology (M.Sc., Maastricht University) in the Netherlands before I moved to Ireland to pursue my PhD in Organizational Psychology in the department of HRM & OB at DCU Business School.
I gained professional experience in HRM at Zalando AG and market research experience at YouGov Deutschland AG in Germany. Furthermore, I am an active member in the DCU Business Consulting Society, working with Irish start-ups.
I seek international exchanges and research collaborations.
|Fields of interests /||PhD topic: Leadership, gender, implicit motives (motivation)
Other interests: Talent management, psychological contracts, CEO effects
Passionate about I/O psychology!
|Proposition of common research in GETM3||As I am a junior researcher (third year PhD), I am seeking GETM3 collaborations in which I take the role of co-author / second author. I would love to gain project management experience from other researchers and learn how to conduct international research collaborations. I am passionate about org. psychology and would bring knowledge on leadership, gender, motivation and other org. psychology-related topics to the table. I am educated in statistics and research methods in social sciences and can use (among others) SPSS, Excel, Qualtrics and Surveymonkey.|
Manuscripts under review (Total: 1)
Apers, C., Lang, J. W. B., De Lange, B., & Brueckner, J. (under review). Turning crisis into opportunity: CEOs’ implicit motives predict firm performance in recovery years. Strategic Management Journal, Journal Impact Factor: 3.38; ABS4*
Manuscripts in preparation (Total: 2)
Brueckner, J., Lang, J. W. B., & Bosak J. (work in progress). Speak power – be male, speak affiliation be female: An assessment of gender differences in CEOs’ implicit motives.
Brueckner, J., Lang, J. W. B., & Bosak J. (work in progress). Implicit motives in the upper echelons: An application of role congruity theory to CEO leadership.
Unpublished Manuscript (Total: 1)
Brueckner, J. (2011). The (Mis)Use of the Anchoring and Adjustment Heuristic as a Social Influence Technique. Research Practicum; Author’s edition. Groningen, The Netherlands. (1.1, equivalent to first class honors)
Practitioner Reports (Total: 2)
Brueckner, J. (2016). I ain’t no Queen Bee… Am I? News article published at DCU Leadership & Talent Institute and LinkedIn.
Brueckner, J. (2016). Getting Started with Evidence-Based Management. News article published at DCU Leadership & Talent Institute and LinkedIn
Theses (Total: 2)
Brueckner, J. (2015). The Effects of CEOs Implicit Motives on Leadership Success in Times of Financial Crisis. Master Thesis; Author’s edition. Maastricht, The Netherlands. (1.1, equivalent to first class honors)
Brueckner, J. (2012). Intrinsic Motivation and Procrastination as Consequences of Achievement Goal Pursuit: Is there a Moderating Effect of Achievement Emotions? Bachelor Thesis; Author’s edition. Groningen, The Netherlands. (1.1, equivalent to first class honors)