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Qian Jing

来源:作者:2019-09-26

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QIAN Jing  Ph.D., Associate Professor
Native Place: Shanxi
Department of Human Resource Management
Business School, Beijing Normal University
Beijing 100875, China
Fax: 010-58801867
Email: jingqian@bnu.edu.cn
Education
2012 Ph.D. in Management, Australian National University
2008 Master in Management(1st Class Honours), Australian National University
2007 Bachelor in Management, University of Melbourne
Work Experience
2015.8- Business School, Beijing Normal University, Associate Professor
2015.8-2015.10 University of Alberta, Visiting Scholar
2012.10-2015.8 Business School, Beijing Normal University, Assistant Professor
Research Interests
Hierarchical interpersonal relationships (leader-follower; mentor-protégé; parent-child)
Positive psychology in organizations (feedback seeking, creativity, emotion regulation, mental health)
Emotion regulation/ dysregulation
Courses Taught
Psychological Assessment (Undergraduate)
Management (Undergraduate)
Organizational Behavior (Undergraduate)
Positive Psychology and Organizational Behavior (Master by research)
Human Resource Management (MBA)
Professional Societies/Activities
Ad Hoc Reviewer for Journal of Management and Organization
Ad Hoc Reviewer for International Journal of Human Resource Management
Ad Hoc Reviewer for Academy of Management Conference
Ad Hoc Reviewer for Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management Conference
Member of the Academy of Management
Member of the Australia and New Zealand Academy of Management
Member of the International Association for Chinese Management Research
Member of China Human Resource Development Association
Research Projects
  • Early Career Researcher Grant by Business School, Beijing Normal University, “Mentoring and employee job-related stress: an interactive perspective”, 2012-2014.
  • National Natural Science Foundation of China, “Authentic leadership and feedback seeking”, 2013-2015.
Honors and Awards
  • 2008-2011: University Research International Scholarship awarded by the Australian National University, Canberra, Australia.
  • 2008-2011: University Research International Scholarship awarded by the Australian National University, Canberra, Australia.
  • 2008-2011: University Research International Scholarship awarded by the Australian National University, Canberra, Australia.
  • 2014 Jing Shi Ying Cai awarded by Beijing Normal University
Publications
• Main Journal Articles
  • Yang, F., Qian, J., Tang, L., & Zhang, L. H. In press (online). No longer take a tree for the forest: A cross-level learning-related perspective on individual innovative behavior.? Journal of Management and Organization (SSCI).
  • Han, Z. R., Qian, J., Gao, M. Y., & Dong J. H. 2015. Emotion socialization mechanisms linking Chinese fathers’, mothers’, and children’s emotion Regulation: A moderated mediation model. Journal of Child and Family Studies (SSCI), 24: 12, 3570-3579.
  • Qian, J., Wang, H. W., Han, R. Z, Wang, J., & Wang, H. 2015. Mental health risks among nurses under abusive supervision: the moderating roles of job role ambiguity and patients' lack of reciprocity. International Journal of Mental Health Systems (SSCI), 9: 22, 1-6.
  • Qian, J., Lin, X. S., Han, Z. R., Tian, B. W., Chen., Z. X., & Wang, H. W. 2015. The impact of future time orientation on employees’ feedback-seeking behavior from supervisors and co-workers: The mediating role of psychological ownership. Journal of Management and Organization (SSCI), 21(3), 336-349. [Listed as one of the most-read papers in 2015.]
  • Qian, J., Han, Z. R., Wang, H. W., Li, X. Y., & Wang, Q. Y. 2014. Power distance and mentor-protégé relationship quality as moderators of the relationship between informal mentoring and burnout: evidence from China. International Journal of Mental Health Systems (SSCI), 8: 51, 1-8.
  • Qian, J., Lin, X. S., Han, Z. R., Chen, Z. X., & Hays, J. 2014. What matters in the relationship between mentoring and job-related stress? The moderating effects of protégés’traditionality and trust in mentor. Journal of Management and Organization (SSCI), 20(5), 608-623. ISSN: 1833-3672
  • Wang, X. M., Cai, L., Qian, J. &Peng, J. X. 2014. Social support moderates stress effects on depression. International Journal of Mental Health Systems (SSCI), 8: 41, 1-5. ISSN: 1752-4458
  • Qian, J., Lin, X. S., & Chen, Z. X. 2012. Authentic Leadership and Feedback-Seeking Behavior: An examination of the cultural context of mediating processes in China. Journal of Management and Organization (SSCI), 18(3), 286-299.
  • Li, X. Y., Mao J. Y., & Qian, J. 2010. Control in outsourced ISD projects based on psychological contract: a multiple case study. Nankai Business Review International, 1, 373-394.
• Conference Papers/Presentations
  • Lin, X. S.,Qian, J., & Chen, Z. X.2014. Why will leaders choose transformational leadership to lead followers: an investigation from followers' perspective. International Association for Chinese Management Research Conference, Beijing, China, 18-22 June.
  • Qian, J., Lin, X. S., Chen, Z. X., Yuanyuan Yang, & Bowen Tian. 2014. What matters in the relationship between mentoring and job-related stress? The moderating effects of protégés’ traditionality and trust in mentor. International Association for Chinese Management Research Conference, Beijing, China, 18-22 June.
  • Qian, J., Lin, X. S., & Han, Z. R. 2013. The role of future time orientation in promoting employees' feedback-seeking behavior. Academy of Management Conference, Lake Buena Vista (Orlando), Florida, USA, 9-13 August.
  • Lin, X. S., & Qian, J. 2013. Followers' influences on the emergence of transformational leadership: a dual-level study. Academy of Management Conference, Lake Buena Vista (Orlando), Florida, USA, 9-13 August.
  • Lin, X. S., Qian, J., Li, M. & Chen, Z. X. 2011. How Does Growth Need Strength Influence Employee Outcomes? Roles of Hope, Leadership, and Culture. Academy of Management Conference, San Antonio, Texas, USA, 12-16 August.
  • Qian, J., Lin, X. S., & Chen, Z. X. 2010. Authentic Leadership and Feedback-Seeking Behavior: An examination of the cultural context of mediating processes in China. Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management Conference, Adelaide, Australia, 7-10 December.
  • Qian, J., Lin, X. S., & Chen, Z. X. 2010. The Influencing Mechanisms of Authentic Leadership on Feedback Seeking: A Cognitive/Emotive Model. Academy of Management Conference, Montreal, Canada, 6-10 August.
  • Lin, X. S., Qian, J., Li, M., & Chen, Z. X. 2010. Hopeful Followers Achieve More: The Role of Hope in Relationships between Transformational Leadership and Follower Outcomes. International Association for Chinese Management Research Conference, Shanghai, China, 16-20 June.
  • Qian, J., Hays, J., Chen, Z. X., & Lin, X. S. 2009. Mentoring and Employee Job-induced Stress: An Examination of the Cultural Context on Mentoring Effects in China. Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management Conference, Melbourne, Australia, 2-4 December.
• Accepted Paper
  • Qian, J., Yang, F., Han, Z. R., Wang, H. W. Accepted. The presence of a feedback-seeking role model in promoting employee feedback seeking: A moderated mediation model. International Journal of Human Resource Management (SSCI).
  • Qian, J., Han, Z. R., Guo, Z. C., Yang, F., Wang H. W. & Wang, Q. Y. Accepted. The relation of feedback-seeking motives and emotion regulation strategies to front-line managers’ feedback source profiles: A person-centered approach. Journal of Management and Organization (SSCI).

 

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