Jessica Yustantio

Research Student

School of Management - PhD Candidate, UNSW Business School | Bachelor of Commerce (Hons) UNSW – major in Human Resources Management and Business Law. 4 years, completed in 2013

About Jessica

Research interests:

Leadership, emotions, race

Professional experience:

  • Casual tutor
  • Market Research analyst

Thesis title

Race and leadership identity

Thesis synopsis

In understanding that organizational life operates in a world where people experience their realities based on perceptions and impressions, this dissertation aims to investigate how race influences perceptions of leadership identity and emotional abilities that affects leadership promotion decisions.

Supervisor(s)

Professor Karin Sanders and Associate Professor Nick Wang

Awards, grants and scholarships

  • Sir John Prescott Honours Scholarship (2013)
  • Australian Post—Graduate Award (2016)

Publications and/or conferences

Publication:

  • 2016 High commitment HRM and organizational and occupational turnover intentions: the role of organizational and occupational commitment – with Amna Yousaf and Karin Sanders

Conferences:

  • 2016 Human Resources International Conference Sydney UNSW – presented paper: High commitment HRM and organizational and occupational turnover intentions: the role of organizational and occupational commitment

Courses taught

  • MGMT1001
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