Tina Davidson

Job Title : Postdoctoral Researcher

Management Domain
Human Resource Management
People Management & Leadership

Expert in
Creativity
Motivation
Cross-Cultural Research
Organizational Citizenship Behavior

Profile

Tina Davidson obtained a master degree in Sinology from KU Leuven (Minor in Economics) and a master degree in General Management at Vlerick Business School. She is PhD candidate in Human Resources and Organisational Behaviour at the Area People & Organisation of Vlerick Business School and has been a visiting scholar at Peking University (Beijing, China). She has conducted research on various topics such as feedback, creativity and team work.

Her present research interests lie within the domains of cross-cultural management and organisational citizenship behaviour or "extra-role behaviour". In her PhD research, which is funded by the Intercollegiate Centre for Management Science (ICM), she focuses on the emergence of organisational citizenship behaviour in the global context. More specifically, she examines what it means to ‘go the extra mile’ in differing national contexts, which individual and contextual determinants can foster this behaviour, and how this behaviour can influence organisational success.

At the 2013 AOM meeting (Orlando, USA), she received the Best Reviewer Award in recognition of exemplary service to the Organisational Behavior (OB) Division.

 

Publications

Articles in other (un)refereed journals

  • Bellens K. Delcour F. Davidson T. De Stobbeleir K.  2012. Een positief leerklimaat in organisaties. Over.Werk, (1): 94-104.

  • Davidson T.  2011. Prestatiegerichte mensen en hun angsten. De paradox van uitmuntendheid. HR Magazine, 17(183): 56-58.

  • Davidson T.  2010. Maak informele netwerken strijdvaardiger. HR Magazine, 16: 73-75.

Book Chapters

  • Buyens D. Davidson T.  2010. De HR Scorecard als contextspecifiek en lerend procesinstrument. In: Andriessen M. Bossuyt T. De Witte H. Geert F. Proost K. Schreurs B. HRM: werken aan evenwicht Uitgeverij De Boeck.

Conference Presentations

  • Davidson T.  2015. Singapore's challenge in global competitiveness. Presentation at the Belgium-Luxembourg Business Group in Singapore. Paper presented at Belgium-Luxembourg Business Group in Singapore, October 8-8, Singapore, China.

  • Davidson T. Van Dyne L. Lin B.  2015. Too attached to speak? It depends: how supervisor-subordinate guanxi and perceived powerlessness influence upward constructive voice. Paper presented at 30th Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, April 23-25, Philadelphia, United States.

  • Davidson T. Van Dyne L.  2015. Guanxi: Examining its Implications across Conceptualizations, Cultures, levels and outcomes. Paper presented at 30th Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, April 23-25, Philadelphia, United States.

  • Davidson T. Jamieson B. Johnson R.  2014. What goes down also goes up: a trickle-up model of follower and leader identity. Paper presented at Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, August 1-5, Philadelphia, United States.

  • Davidson T. Van Dyne L.  2014. Obliged to speak: an accountability model of upward constructive voice in face cultures. Paper presented at Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, August 1-5, Philadelphia, United States.

  • Davidson T. Bilian L. Buyens D.  2013. On the trade-off between task performance and OCB: How supervisors may maintain the social fabric. Paper presented at 73rd Academy of management (AOM) Meeting, August 9-13, Orlando, United States.

  • Davidson T. De Stobbeleir K.  2011. Linking perceptions of the feedback environment to creativity at work: a moderated mediation study. Paper presented at European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology, May 25-28, Maastricht, the Netherlands.

  • Davidson T. Bellens K. De Stobbeleir K.  2011. Linking supervisor coaching behavior to follower state goal orientation: A moderated mediation study. Paper presented at 16th Annual Conference of the Education, Learning, Styles & Individual differences Network, June 29-July 1, Antwerp, Belgium.

  • Davidson T. Bellens K. De Stobbeleir K.  2011. Linking supervisor coaching behavior to follower state goal orientation: A moderated mediation study. Paper presented at 15th European Congress on Work and Organizational Psychology (EAWOP), May 25-28, Maastricht, the Netherlands.

  • Davidson T. De Stobbeleir K.  2011. Shaping environments conducive to creativity: The role of feedback, autonomy , and self-concordance. Paper presented at 71st Academy of Management annual conference, August 12-16, San Antonio, Texas, United States.

  • Remue J. Davidson T. De Stobbeleir K.  2011. The impact of perceived organizational support for learning on state learning orientation: exploring the mediating role of job characteristics and self-confidence in learning. Paper presented at European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology, May 25-28, Maastricht, the Netherlands.

Conference Proceedings

  • Davidson T. De Baets S. Dewettinck K.  2012. Group goal setting in age-diverse teams: Investigating the role of goal clarity and reflexivity. 

  • Davidson T. De Stobbeleir K.  2011. Shaping environments conducive to creativity: The role of feedback, autonomy , and self-concordance. (pp. 1-6). San Antonia, Texas:

Doctoral dissertation

  • Davidson T.  2016. Speaking up when silence is golden: a study of antecedents and consequences of voice behavior in Chinese cultural contexts. Ghent University (Promotor: Buyens D.).

Research reports

Vlerick working papers

  • Davidson T. Dewettinck K. De Baets S.  2012. Group goal setting in age-diverse teams: investigating the role of goal clarity and reflexivity. Vlerick Working Paper Series 2012/06 (38p.).

  • Davidson T. De Stobbeleir K.  2011. The power of the feedback environment in stimulating creative performance: the role of task autonomy and self-concordance. Vlerick Working Paper Series 2011/09