Phyllis Tharenou focuses on Social psychology, Applied psychology, Labour economics, Management and Human capital. Her research in Social psychology intersects with topics in Occupational mobility and Social environment. Phyllis Tharenou combines subjects such as Personnel promotion, Self-esteem and Role perception with her study of Applied psychology.
Her Labour economics research includes themes of Social mobility, Economy and Career management. Her Management research includes elements of Glass ceiling, Public relations and Blame. Her Human capital research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Senior management, Social capital and Social status.
Her primary scientific interests are in Social psychology, Public relations, Management, Management research and Expatriate. Her Social psychology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Applied psychology and Human capital. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Representation and Human resource management.
The Human resource management study combines topics in areas such as Human resources, Organizational effectiveness, Workforce and International business. She undertakes multidisciplinary studies into Management and Host country in her work. Her Management science study combines topics in areas such as Action research and Data collection.
Her primary areas of investigation include Public relations, Expatriate, Social psychology, Global mobility and Repatriation. Her Public relations study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Career portfolio, Pedagogy, Career development, Added value and Human resource management. Her work carried out in the field of Human resource management brings together such families of science as Public sector and Resource.
Her research ties Gender history and Social psychology together. Throughout her Global mobility studies, Phyllis Tharenou incorporates elements of other sciences such as Workforce, Economy, Sense of agency, Occupational mobility and Parenthood Status. Many of her Repatriation research pursuits overlap with Host country and International business.
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How do you Make it to the Top? An Examination of Influences on Women's and Men's Managerial Advancement
Phyllis Tharenou;Shane Latimer;Denise Conroy.
Academy of Management Journal (1994)
Management Research Methods
Phyllis Tharenou;Ross Donohue;Brian Cooper.
A review and critique of research on training and organizational-level outcomes.
Phyllis Tharenou;Alan M. Saks;Celia Moore.
Human Resource Management Review (2007)
Women Board Directors: Characteristics of the Few
Zena Burgess;Phyllis Tharenou.
Journal of Business Ethics (2002)
THE RELATIONSHIP OF TRAINING MOTIVATION TO PARTICIPATION IN TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT.
Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology (2001)
Going Up? Do Traits and Informal Social Processes Predict Advancing in Management?
Academy of Management Journal (2001)
Will I Stay or Will I Go? Explaining Repatriation by Self-Initiated Expatriates
Phyllis Tharenou;Natatsha Caulfield.
Academy of Management Journal (2010)
Employee self-esteem: A review of the literature
Journal of Vocational Behavior (1979)
Women’s Career Advancement The Relative Contribution of Human and Social Capital
Isabel Metz;Phyllis Tharenou.
Group & Organization Management (2001)
Explanations of Managerial Career Advancement
Australian Psychologist (1997)
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