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Dr Sowon  Kim Crettex

Dr Sowon Kim Crettex

Qualification

PhD in Management, University of Geneva

Fonction

Professeur Associée

Matières enseignées

Diriger dans un Environnement Multiculturel
Capital Organisationnel et Leadership

Domaine d'expertise

Carrières
Développement de réseau
Équilibre travail-famille
Internationalisation des PME suisses dans les marchés émergents
Leadership féminin
Traits de personnalité

Courte description

Dr. Sowon Kim est Associate Professor à l'Ecole hôtelière de Lausanne et membre fondatrice de l'initiative Women in Leadership (WIL) lancée en 2018. Elle enseigne les domaines du leadership et de la gestion interculturelle aux programmes de bachelor, master et programmes de formation des cadres. Les recherches du Dr Kim portent sur la personnalité, le réseautage, la gestion du travail et de la famille et la diversité du leadership. Elle a publié des articles dans divers journaux tels que le Journal of Vocational Behavior, Personality and Individual Differences, le Journal of Environmental Psychology et Harvard Deusto Business Review. Titulaire d'un doctorat de l'Université de Genève, Dr. Kim a été Visiting Scholar à l’IESE Business School et à l'INSEAD Fontainebleau (toutes deux financées par le Fonds National Suisse de la Recherche Scientifique) et est professeure invitée à l'Université de Genève. Avant d'entrer dans le monde académique, Dr. Kim a acquis une solide expérience professionnelle dans les domaines des biens de consommation, de la haute technologie, de l’audiovisuel et de la bijouterie. Dr. Kim parle quatre langues et a vécu dans huit pays avant de s'installer à Martigny (Suisse) avec sa famille.

Publications dans des revues évaluées par des pairs

Las Heras, M., Rofcanin, Y., Escribano, P., Kim S., & Mayer, M. (Forthcoming). Family-supportive organisational culture, work–family balance satisfaction and government effectiveness: Evidence from four countries. Human Resources Management Journal.

Wolff, H.-G., & Kim, S. (2020). The costs of networking in nonwork domains: a resource-based perspective. Career Development International, 25(5), 501-516. https://doi.org/10.1108/CDI-09-2019-0213

Kim, S., Bianchi G., & Bosch, M.J. (2019). An examination of the impact of macro context on women CEOs in the hospitality industry. In Las Heras, Chinchilla, Grau (Eds.), The New Ideal Worker: Organizations between Work-Life Balance, Women and Leadership. Springer, Charm: Berlin. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-12477-9_14

Rofcanin, Y., de Jong, J., LasHeras, M., & Kim, S. (2018). The moderating role of prosocial motivation on the association between family-supportive supervisor behaviors and employee outcomes. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 107, 153-167. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jvb.2018.04.001

Kim, S., Las Heras, M., & Bosch, M. J. (2017). Work-family enrichment: When love helps. In Las Heras, Chinchilla, & Grau (Eds.), The Work-Family Balance in Light of Globalization and Technology (pp. 202-219). Cambridge Scholars Publishing: UK.

Kim, S., Fernandez, S., & Terrier, L. (2017). Procrastination, personality traits, and academic performance: When active and passive procrastination tell a different story. Personality and Individual Differences, 108, 154-157. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.paid.2016.12.021

Las Heras, M., Kim, S., Escribano, P., & Raes, A. (2016). Well-being and engagement as predicted by fit and misfit of work to family supervisor interruption behaviors and subordinate interruption tolerance. European Accounting and Management Review, 3(1), 93-123. DOI:10.26595/eamr.2014.3.1.5

Kim, S., Las Heras, M., & Escribano, P. (2016). When satisfaction with work-family balance pays. International Business Research, 9(11), 178-188. DOI:10.5539/ibr.v9n11p178

Terrier, L., Kim, S., & Fernandez, S. (2016). Who are the good organizational citizens for the environment? An examination of the predictive validity of personality traits. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 48, 185-190. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jenvp.2016.10.005

Kim, S., Las Heras, M., & Bosch, M. J. (2016). A Matter of Love: Exploring What Enables Work-family Enrichment. International Business Research, 9(8), 24-36. DOI:10.5539/ibr.v9n8p24

Kim, S. (2013). Networking enablers, constraints and dynamics: A qualitative analysis. Career Development International, 18(2), 120-138. https://doi.org/10.1108/CDI-04-2012-0051

Kim, S., & Las Heras, M. (2013). Networking: An effective career strategy. Harvard Deusto Business Review, 220, 76-82.

Lopez-Jurado, M., & Kim, S. (2013). Moral learning and the good life. Revista Española de Pedagogía, 255, 327-341.

Wolff, H.-G., & Kim, S. (2012). The relationship between networking behaviors and the Big Five personality dimensions. Career Development International, 17(1), 43-66. https://doi.org/10.1108/13620431211201328

Las Heras, M., & Kim, S. (2012). The family: A school for business. Harvard Deusto Business Review, 211, 44-49.

Chinchilla, N., Moragas, M., & Kim, S. (2012). Work and family decision-making framework: A motivational perspective. IESE Working Paper 956, 1-19.

Kim, S., & Las Heras, M. (2012). A qualitative exploration of facilitating conditions for work-family enrichment. Academy of Management Proceedings, 2012(1). Briarcliff Manor : New York. https://doi.org/10.5465/AMBPP.2012.15845abstract

Kim, S. (2010). Gender differences in career-related networking behaviors. Cahier de Recherche HEC Genève, no. 6.

Kim, S. (2010). Exploring networking in organizations as a self-managed strategy for career advancement Cahier de Recherche HEC Genève, no. 5.

Kim, S. (2010). Developing career networks: A conceptual framework Cahier de Recherche HEC Genève, no. 3.

Projets de recherche financés

Kim, S., Project: The impact of women in leadership on organizational and individual outcomes in the Swiss hospitality industry, Date: 01.01.2016 to 31.10.2017, External Fundraising: HES-SO.

Récompenses

Highly Commended Award Winner at the Literati Network Awards for Excellence (2013)
Best Applied Paper of the Career Division at the Academy of Management Conference (2012)