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Dr Yves Guillaume

Work & Organisational Psychology Group

Yves Guillaume

Dr Yves Guillaume is a Senior Lecturer in Organisational Behaviour and the Research Convenor of the Work and Organisational Psychology Group at Aston Business School. His research revolves around the study of diversity, leadership, innovation, effectiveness and well-being in teams and organisations, which has been published in leading academic journals and funded by the Economic and Social Research Council and industry. Yves works as a practitioner with businesses and organisations in the areas of organisation and leadership development.

Position: Senior Lecturer
Phone:+44(0)121 204 3252
Email: y.r.f.guillaume@aston.ac.uk
Room: SW8017
  • PhD, Management, Aston University

  • MA, Psychology, Ludwig-Maximilians University, Munich, Germany

  • Diploma (M.Sc. and B.Sc equivalent), Professional Learning and Higher Education, Sociology, Psychology, and Business Administration, Eberhard Karl University, Tübingen, Germany

  • Chartered Psychologist

Academic

  • Senior Lecturer, Aston Business School (September 2013 - Present)

  • Lecturer, Aston Business School (October 2008 - August 2013)

  • Assistant Professor, Department of Economic and Organisational Psychology, Ludwig-Maximilians University, Munich, Germany  (November 2007 –September 2008)

  • BHM346: Organisational Behaviour: Theory and Practice (Module Leader) 
  • BHM355: Strategy, Change, and Leadership (Module Leader) 
  • RMCIII: Qualitative & Quantitative Research Design and Analysis (Module Leader) 
  • BH3393: Global Working 
  • BHM348: Employee Relations and Counselling

Detailed information for students about each course can be obtained from the graduate and undergraduate offices and from the Blackboard system.

  • Innovation, Effectiveness, and Employee Well-Being

  • Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion 

  • Leadership and Leadership Development

  • Guillaume, Y., Dawson, J., West, M., & Otaye, L., Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC), ES/M002616/1, Seminar Series on  ‘Equality, diversity, and inclusion at work: Drivers, initiatives, and the future’, £ (GBP) 29,937. (October  2014- October 2016).
  • Guillaume, Y., Scully, J., & Carter, M., Network Rail, ‘Welfare facilities provision’, £ (GBP) 25,278. (October 2015 – April 2016).
  • Guillaume, Y., Legood, A., Crawshaw, J., Lyubovnikova, J., Sacramento, C.,  Dhensa-Kahlon, R., European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology (EAWOP),  “EAWOP Summer School 2016”, £ (GBP) £22,860. (September 2016)
  • Associate Fellow, British Society of Psychology

  • Member, Academy of Management. 
  • Member, American Psychological Association.
  • Chartered Psychologist, British Psychological Society.
  • Member, European Association of Work and Organisational Psychology.
  • Member, Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology.
  • Guillaume, Y. R. F., Dawson, J. F., Otaye, L., Woods, S. A., & West, M. A. (2015). Harnessing demographic differences in organizations: What moderates the effects of workplace diversity? Journal of Organizational Behavior. Advance online publication.

  • Jones, R., Woods, S. A., & Guillaume, Y.R.F. (2015). The effectiveness of workplace coaching: A Meta-analysis of learning and performance outcomes from coaching. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology. Advance online publication.

  • Martin, R., Guillaume, Y. R. F., Thomas, G., Lee, A., & Epitropaki, O. (2014). Leader-member exchange (LMX) and performance: A meta-analytic review. Personnel Psychology. Advance online publication.

  • Guillaume, Y. R. F., van Knippenberg, D., & Brodbeck, F. C. (2014). Nothing succeeds like moderation: A social self-regulation perspective on cultural dissimilarity and performance. Academy of Management Journal. 1284-1308.

  • Guillaume, Y. R. F., Dawson, J. F., Priola, V., Sacramento, C. A., Woods, S. A., Higson, H. E., Budhwar, P. S., & West, M. A.  (2014). Managing diversity in organizations: An integrative model and agenda for future research. European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology. 783-802.

  • Thomas, G., Martin, R., Epitropaki, O., Guillaume, Y. R. F., & Lee, A. (2013). Social cognition in leader-follower relationships: Applying insights from relationship science to understanding relationship-based approaches to leadership. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 34, S63-S81.

  • Guillaume, Y. R. F., Dawson, J. F., Woods, S. A., Sacramento, C. A., & West, M. A. (2013). Getting diversity at work to work: What we know and what we still don’t know. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 86, 123-141.

  • Guillaume, Y. R. F., Brodbeck, F. C., & Riketta, M. (2012). Surface- and deep-level dissimilarity effects on social integration and individual effectiveness related outcomes in work groups: A meta-analytic integration. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 85, 80-115.

  • Brodbeck, F.C., Guillaume, Y. R. F., & Lee, N. (2011). Ethnic diversity as a multilevel construct:  The combined effects of dissimilarity, group diversity, and societal status on learning performance in work groups. Journal of Cross Cultural Psychology, 42, 1198-1218.

  • Van Dick, R., van Knippenberg, D., Hägele, S., Guillaume, Y. R. F., & Brodbeck, F. C. (2008). Group diversity and group identification: The moderating role of diversity beliefs. Human Relations, 61, 1463-1492.

Editorial Work

  • Guillaume, Y. R. F., Dawson, J. F., Woods, S. A., Sacramento, C. A., & West, M. A. (2013). Special issue: Getting diversity at work to work. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 86, 123-282.
  • Editorial board member and guest editor of Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology.
  • Editorial review board member, British Journal of Management. 
  • Editorial board member, Organizational Psychology Review. 

 

Administrative Roles and Responsibilities

  • Research Convenor, WOP. (January 2014 - Present)
  • Course Director, BSC HRM, School. (August 2011 - December 2013)
  • Aston University Programme Review Committee member, University (2008-2010). 

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