Dr Simon Albrecht

STAFF PROFILE

Position

Senior Lecturer

Faculty

Faculty of Health

Department

School of Psychology

Campus

Melbourne Burwood Campus

Contact

Research interests

employee engagement

meaningful work

organisational politics

organisational culture and climate,

leadership and vision

attitudes to change

individual, team and organisational wellbeing and performance

Teaching interests

Unit Chair for:

HPS721 Organisational Development and Change

HPS730 Occupational Health, Stress and Wellbeing

HPY701 Leadership Assessment, Development and Coaching

HPS785 Research Thesis A

HPS792 Research Thesis B

HPS793 Research Thesis C

HPS794 Research Thesis D

Awards


 

Publications

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2015

Challenge demands, hindrance demands, and psychological need satisfaction: their influence on employee engagement and emotional exhaustion

Dr Simon Albrecht

(2015), Vol. 14, pp. 70-79, Journal of personnel psychology, Gottingen, Germany, C1

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Employee engagement, human resource management practices and competitive advantage

Dr Simon Albrecht, Arnold B Bakker, Jamie Gruman, William Macey, Alan Saks

(2015), Vol. 2, pp. 7-35, Journal of organizational effectiveness, Bingley, Eng., C1

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Meaningful work: some key questions for research and practice

Dr Simon Albrecht

(2015), pp. 210-234, Flourishing in life, work and careers : individual wellbeing and career experiences, Cheltenham, Eng., B1

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2014

A climate for engagement : some theory, models, measures, research, and practical applications

Dr Simon Albrecht

(2014), pp. 400-414, Oxford handbook of organizational climate and culture, Oxford, England, B1

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2013

Work engagement and the positive power of meaningful work

Dr Simon Albrecht

(2013), pp. 237-260, Advances in positive organizational psychology, Bingley, England, B1

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2012

The influence of job, team and organizational level resources on employee well-being, engagement, commitment and extra-role performance : test of a model

Dr Simon Albrecht

(2012), Vol. 33, pp. 840-853, International journal of manpower, Bingley, England, C1

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