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EDUCATION

Year

Degree

Institution

1991

B.A./B.Sc.

In Biology and Psychology, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem (with distinction, magna cum laude).

 

1994

 

Acceptance to “Direct Ph.D.” track (for excellent students).

1995

M.A.

Majoring in Social and Organizational Psychology, Department of Psychology, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem (with distinction, magna cum laude).

 

2001

Ph.D.

Department of Psychology, Organizational Psychology, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

 

2000/1

Postdoctoral studies

Visiting Scholar, The Institute for Research on Women and Gender and The Business School, The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor Michigan, USA.

 

2007

 

Visiting Scholar, The Business School and the Department of Psychology, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia.

 

2010

 

Visiting Scholar, NYU and Yale University, USA.

 

 

THESIS:

Gender Differences in Transformational Leadership, Followers’ Identifications, and Effects on Followers’ Perceptions (supervisor: Prof. Boas Shamir).

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS/AFFILIATIONS

 

Year

Appointment

 

 

1996-2000

Teaching Fellow, School of Business Administration, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel

 

 

1998-2000

Teaching Fellow, Graduate School of Public Policy and Public Administration, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel

 

 

2000-2001

Visiting Scholar, Department of Psychology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, USA

 

 

2002-2007

Lecturer, Department of Psychology and Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Bar-Ilan University, Israel

 

 

2004-to date

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer, Teaching Fellow, Gender in  the Field, The Graduate Program for Women Studies, Bar-Ilan University, Israel

 

 

2007-to date

Senior Lecturer, Department of Psychology, Bar-Ilan University, Israel

 

2014-to date

 

Affiliate Scholar, Center for Gender in Organizations (CGO), Simmons School of Management, Boston.

 

2015- to date

 

Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, Bar-Ilan University, Israel

 

2007-to date

 

Senior Lecturer, Department of Psychology, Bar-Ilan University, Israel.

 

2004-to date

 

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer, Teaching Fellow, Gender in the Field, The Graduate Program for Women Studies, Bar-Ilan University, Israel.

 

 

 

 

2014-to date

 

Affiliate Scholar, Center for Gender in Organizations (CGO),

Simmons School of Management, Boston.

 

2015- to date

 

Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, Bar-Ilan University, Israel

   

 

PROFESSIONAL FUNCTIONS: (Memberships/Editorial Activities)

 

2003 – to date

 

Ad hoc Reviewer:

1. Academic Journals:

 

Academy of Management Review; Academy of Management Journal; Applied Psychology: An International Review; British Journal of Social Psychology; Career Development International; European Journal of Social Psychology; European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology; Equality, Diversity and Inclusion: An International Journal; Gender Work and Organization; Group & Organization Management; Human Relations; International Journal of Manpower; Journal of Applied and Basic Social Psychology; Journal of Individual Differences; Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology; Journal of Organizational Behavior; Megamot: Journal of Behavioral Studies; Organizational Science; Society and Welfare; The Leadership Quarterly; Sex Roles, IP:AR

 

2. Research foundation and other functions:

 

Israel Science Foundation (ISF)

Bi-National Israeli-American Science Foundation (BSF)

Institute for Advanced Studies (IAS), Hebrew University

German Israeli Fund (GIF)

Israel Foundation Trustees (IFT)

The Research Grants Council, Hong Kong (RGC)

University of Queensland, Australia (PhD review)

University of Lausanne, Switzerland (Faculty selection Committee)

Open University (Review of courses and teaching books)

 

Academy of management, 2014, Committee member, for awarding

    winner of the ‘OB Division’s Best Paper Dissertation based

    Award’.  

 

Academy of management, 2014, Member of liaison committee, for

    awarding the ‘Network of Leadership Scholars Eminent

     Leadership Life Achievement Scholar Award’.

 

Academy of management, 2015, Head of liaison committee, for

    awarding the ‘Network of Leadership Scholars Eminent

     Leadership Life Achievement Scholar Award’.

 

 

2006 - to date

Editorial Board - Leadership Quarterly (A) (IF – 3.094; ranked #11 of 80 in Applied Psychology; ranked 41 of 194 in Management).

2007 – to date

Consulting Editor International Journal of Management Reviews (IF – 5.578; ranked 8 of 121 in Business; ranked 10 of 194 in Management).

2007 – 2010

Editorial Board Academy of Management Journal (A+) (IF – 7.417; Ranked #3 of 121 in Business; Ranked #5 out of 194 in Management).

2014--

Editorial Board Academy of Management Review (A+) (IF -9.408; Ranked 2nd of 194 in Management; ranked 1st of 121 in Business). 2017 - Invited for a second 3-year term.

 

2017 - to date

Associate Editor - Leadership Quarterly (A) (IF – 3.094; ranked #11 of 80 in Applied Psychology; ranked #41 of 194 in Management).

2017--

Editorial Board Academy of Management Discoveries

 

2017--

Editorial Board Frontiers in Psychology (IF- 2.321; ranked #33 of 129 in Multidisciplinary Psychology)  

Academic Roles:

 

2006- 2010

 

 

 

Founder and first director, Graduate studies special track,

'Gender in the field: Translating feminist theory into social

  • . The Interdisciplinary Graduate Program for Gender and

Women Studies, Bar-Ilan University. Head of the practice field

training and course in the program.

 

2006--

Head of the Gender in the Field Practice Course for Academia  Community.

 

2007- 2010

Head, Social Organizational Group, The Department of Psychology, Bar-Ilan University.

 

2009-2011

Head of Committee for PhD Research Conference, The Department of Psychology, Bar-Ilan University.

2010-2012

Member of Ethics Committee, The Department of Psychology, Bar-Ilan University.

2011-2013

Head of Ethics Committee, The Department of Psychology, Bar-Ilan University.

2011- 2013

Member of the Committee for Ph.D. Research Conference, The Department of Psychology, Bar-Ilan University.

2014—2016

Head of Committee for the Psychology Department Conferences, The Department of Psychology, Bar-Ilan University.

2016—2017

Member of Committee for the Psychology Department PhD Students, The Department of Psychology, Bar-Ilan University.

 

2017-to date

Head of Advances Studies (Graduate and Ph.D. Studies) Committee, The Department of Psychology, Bar-Ilan University.

 

SUPERVISION OF GRADUATE STUDENTS

 

M.A. Students:

In the past:

1. Ronie Shilo (2003) Mirror Mirror on the Wall, Who is the Best Mentor of them All? Effects of Gender on Mentoring Functions and Outcomes of Mentoring Relationships (Psychology Department)

2. Eti Cafri (2004) The Relationships between Managers' Self-Concepts, Transformational Leadership and Employees' Identifications (Sociology Department).

3. Iris Cohen (2005), Prevention or Promotion: The Effect of Regulatory Focus and Personal Values on the Motivation to Lead and on Leadership Style (Sociology Department).

4. Robin Berman (2005). In the Eyes of the Beholder: Attributions of Costs and Benefits in Gender Homogeneous and Diversified Mentoring Relationships in Situations of Protיgי Success and Failure (Psychology Department).

5. Adva Oren (2005). Promotion and prevention: The self-regulatory focus as a mediator in the relationship between leaders and followers (Psychology Department). Received a Prize from the Wolf Foundation.

6. Efrat Marcus (2006). Zoom in Zoom out: The Effect of Leadership Distance on Identification and Empowerment (Psychology Department).

7. Hanny Noiyman (2006). The integration of strategies for women's promotion within the establishment: The case of consultants for women's' status in local municipalities (Gender studies). (Supervised with Dr. Orna Sasson-Levi).

8. Sharon Daneil (2007). Empathic service: The influence of leadership style and emotional skills on the employees' empathic display toward customers (Sociology Department).

9. Lital Veksler-Saadon (2007). The Leaders' grass is greener: Envy of followers toward their leaders (Sociology Department)

10. Orit Antaki (2007) The influence of followers' chronic prevention-promotion orientation on the relationship between leaders and followers (Psychology Department).

11. Leah Rabinovits (2008) Protégé attachment style as an influencing factor in mentoring relationship outcomes (Psychology Department).

12. Galia Shiloch (2009) Women re-newing management: From feminist theory to feminist practices among women managers in Israel (Gender Studies). Received a Prize from the Fanya Gottesfeld-Heller Center of the Study of Women in Judaism.

13. Einav Gindi (2009). Co-workers support as effecting employees emotional labor and customer service (Psychology Department).

14. Ayelet Sanderovitz (2010, approved proposal). Managers' emotional authenticity and its effects on employees emotional labor (Psychology Department).

15. Shifra Abarbanel (2010). Promotion and prevention orientations: Regulatory focus as amediator between leadership style and organizational outcomes

16. Dana Findler (2010). Attachment, Self Regulatory Focus and Leadership.

17. Einat Esform (2011). LMX, Prevention-Promotion Congruency and Organizational Outcomes.

18. Liron Vinder (2011). The Relationship between Leader-Follower Intimacy and OCB.

19. Tal Sterling (2012). Risk taking and readiness toward change as mediators of the relationship between play and creativity (Psychology Department).

20. Anat Kaplun (2012). Leadership and Learning: the Influence of Individual Learning Strategies on Creativity, Initiative and Leadership in Leadership Development Process (Psychology Department).

21. Roni Gorsky (2012). Learning to Lead: learning orientation and leadership self-efficacy as effecting the relationship between direct and indirect experience and developing leadership skills (Psychology Department).

22. Harriet Solomon (2014). Voice, Silence and Leadership of Older Women in the Kibbutz (Gender Studies Program). 

23. Naama Greevald (2014). Claiming and Granting Leadership Processes (Department of Psychology).

24. Smadar Shaul (2015). A Women, A Leader: The conflict and its consequences. (Department of Psychology, Haifa University, With Gil Luria).

25. Alex Fradkin (2015). Playing in the Organizational Yard: Vitality and Perspective Taking Mediating Role-Play and Creativity. (Department of Psychology).

26. Osnat Fried (2015). The role of imprinting in leader judgment. (Department of Psychology, with Yair Berson).  

27. Yarden Mik (2016). Forming a questionnaire intended to measure recovery-supportive leadership, and testing its validity. (Department of Psychology). 

28. Hila Bar-Hayim (2016). The effect of doing distance and gender on the evaluation of Leaders. (Department of Psychology).   

29. Mayyan Snir (2016). Gender and leadership distance. (Department of Psychology).      

30. Roni Ben-Meir (2016). Distant leadership and the glass cliff. (Department of Psychology).            

31. Nitzan Sharabi (2016). Distant leadership and the glass cliff. (Department of Psychology).                                                 

Being supervised today:

1. Tamir Rubin (2015, Submitted Thesis). Development of a measurement scale for LRR – Leaders' Responsibility for Recovery (Department of Psychology).  

2. Lotem Kuplis (2015, Submitted thesis). The Role of Imprinting and in Leadership Judgment and the Moderating Effect of Interpersonal Dependency. (Department of Psychology, with Yair Berson).

3. Gil Klempret (2016, Proposal stages). Distance and leadership.

4. Eliana Alfrovitz (2016, Preparation of proposal). Backlash and leadership.

5. Hila Pinto (2017, Preparation of proposal). Loneliness and leadership.

6. Hila Netzer (2017, Preparation of proposal). Loneliness and leadership.

 

Ph.D Students:

In the past:

1. Hana Medler Liraz (2008) Leadership and Emotions: The influence of the manager's leadership style and emotional skills on the emotional experience of the subordinates and customers  (Supervised with Prof. Micha Popper; Department of Sociology). Received a Prize from the Wolf Foundation and a grant from the Israel Foundation Trustees Research Grant for PhD students (Ford foundation, 2005).

2. Yona Miller (2007). Ethical perceptions and practices of women managers. (Supervised with Prof. Noam Zohar; Gender Studies). Chosen for the University Presidents' Grant.

3. Amir Nehari (2010). Leadership and Intimacy: Intimacy in the leader-follower relations as a mediator to the effects of leadership on followers' growth, thriving and organizational outcomes. (Psychology Department). (Supervised with Dr. Avi Carmeli). Chosen for the University Presidents' Grant.

4.  Liron Inbar (2010). Gender Stereotypes and Evaluation of Influencing Agents:

 The Social Role Model versus The Structural Model. (Department of Psychology). Chosen for the University Presidents' Grant.

5.  Marianna Delegach (2012). (Department of Psychology). Chosen for the University Presidents' Grant.

6. Varda Wisel (2013) One Size Fits All: Assessment Centers for Managers as a Suit Sewed for Men (Gender Studies Program).

7. Moran Anisman- Razin (2014). Close and Distant Leadership. (Department of Psychology). Chosen for the University President's Grant.

8. Tal Mishaan (2015). Play as a Facilitator of Creativity. (Supervised with Ella Miron Spektor) Chosen for the University President's Grant.

Being supervised today:

1. Hagit Shacher (2015, Approved proposal). Leadership. gender and identity: Women social change leaders in Israel – between the personal and the political (Gender Studies Program).

2. Nurit Yakabovitz (2017, Proposal Submitted). Sisterhood and competition among women in Feminist Organizations Leadership (Gender Studies Program).

3. Carmil (2017, Proposal Submitted).Identity transformation of team members of ill employees.    (With Dana Yagil, Haifa University).

פירסומים

 

LIST OF PUBLICATIONS

Elron, E. & Kark R. (2000). Women as Expatriate Managers. In: M. Mendenhall & G. Oddou (Eds.), Readings and Cases in International Human Resource Management, Third edition, p. 144-154. New York: South Western College Publishing. (2006, Fourth edition published).

Kark, R., & Shamir, B. (2002). The dual effect of transformational leadership: priming relational and collective selves and further effects on followers. In B. J. Avolio & F. J. Yammarino (Eds.), Transformational and Charismatic Leadership: The Road Ahead, Vol. 2, pp. 67-91. Amsterdam: JAI: An Imprint of Elsevier Science.

Kark, R. & Shamir, B. (2002). "The Influence of Transformational Leadership on Followers’ Relational Versus Collective Self-Concept. Academy of Management Best Papers Proceedings (selected for publication as a best paper in the Organizational Behavior Division). (pp. 1-15).

Kark, R. (2003). London, M. (2002). Leadership Development: Paths to self-insight and professional growth. New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Publishers. An invited book review by Contemporary Psychology: The APA Review of Books.

Kark, R., Shamir, B. & Chen, G. (2003). The Two Faces of Transformational Leadership:       Dependence and Empowerment". Journal of Applied Psychology, 88 (2), 243-255.

Kark, R. & Manor, R. (2002). Unveiling the Gendered Nature of Organizational Citizenship Behavior. Ithaca, NY: The Career Institute, Cornell University, (pp. 1-35).

Eyal, O. & Kark, R. (2004). How do transformational leaders transform organizations? A study of the relationship between leadership and entrepreneurship. Leadership and Policy in Schools, 3(3), 209-233.                                                            

Medler-Liraz, H. & Kark, R. (2004). Leadership and emotions: The influence of transformational leadership on followers' emotional intelligence. Human resources, Special refereed issue on Emotions in Organizations, 203, 30-37 (In Hebrew).

Kark, R. (2004). The Transformational Leader: Who is (s)he? A Feminist Perspective. Journal of Organization Change Management. Special issue on Transformational Leadership Research: Issues and Implications, 17(2), 160-176.

Shamir, B. & Kark, R. (2004). A Simple Graphic Scale for the Measurement of Organizational Identification. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology. 77, 115-123.

Kark, R. (2005). Unveiling the Gendered Nature of Organizational Theory. In L. Lucas (Ed.), Unpacking Globalization: Markets, Gender and Work, p. 260-286. Kampala: Fountain Press; in associations with University of Michigan Press & Oxford University Press.

 

Kark, R. & Manor, R. (2005). Organizational Citizenship Behavior: What’s Gender Got to Do With It? Organization: The interdisciplinary journal of organization, theory and society, 12 (6): 889-917.

Kark, R., Shamir, B. & Chen, G. (2005). The two faces of transformational leadership: Dependence and empowerment. In, J. L., Pierce & J. W. Newstorm (Eds.), Leaders and the Leadership Process, p. 424-435. New-York: McGrow-Hill, (Reprinted from the JAP 2003 paper).

 

Keshet, S., Kark, R., Pomerantz-Zorin, L. Schwarzwald, J., & Koslowsky, M. (2006). Gender, Status and the Use of Power Strategies, European Journal of Social Psychology, 36, 105-117.

Kark, R. (2007). In L. E. Lucas (Ed.), Linda E. 2007. Unpacking Globalization: Markets, Gender and Work. Re-thinking Organizational Theory from a Feminist Perspective. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, p. 313-338. (A revised version of the above chapter).

Kark, R. (2007). Women in The Land of Milk, Honey and High-Technology: The Israeli Case. In R. Burke & M. Mattis, (Eds.). Women and Minorities in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics: Opening the Pipeline, p. 101-127. UK: Edward Elgar.

Kark, R. & Medler-Liraz, H. (2007) Leading with a smile: The influence of managers' leadership behavior on the emotional experience of employees and customers. In C. Härtel , J, Zebe & N. Ashkenazy (Eds.), Research on Emotions in Organizations Series: Functionality, Intentionality and Morality, Volume 3, p. 177-198. Oxford, UK: Elsevier JAI.

Kark, R. & Shilo, R. (2007). 'Mirror, mirror on the wall who is the best mentor of them all'? Mentoring in the Israeli Academia. Megamot, 4, 707-735.  (In Hebrew).

Kark, R. & Van-Dijk ( 2007). Motivation to lead, Motivation to follow: The Role of the Self-Regulatory Focus in Leadership Processes. Academy of Management Review, 32, 500-528.

Lapidot, Y., Kark, R. & Shamir, B. (2007). The Impact of Situational Vulnerability on the Development and Erosion of Subordinate's’ Trust in a Formal Leader. The Leadership Quarterly, 18, 16-34. (Center for Creative Leadership Award Finalists for the best article published in the Leadership Quarterly for the 2007 calendar year).

Kark, R. & Carmeli, A. (2009). Alive and Creating: The Mediating Role of Vitality and Aliveness in the Relationship between Interpersonal Work Climate and Creative Work Involvement. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 30, 785-804.

Kark, R. & Van-Dijk (2009). Birds of a Feather Flock Together: The Relationship between Leader  Follower Self Regulation Congruency. In G. B. Graen and J. A. Graen (Eds.) Knowledge Driven Corporation: A Discontinuous ModelLMX Leadership: The Series. Pp. 181-209. Volume VI.  Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing Inc.

Kark, R. & Eagly, A. H. (2010). Gender and leadership: Negotiating the labyrinth. In J. C. & D. R. McCreary (Eds.), Handbook of Gender Research in Psychology (pp. 443-468). New York, NY: Springer Science and Business. Invited Handbook chapter.

Kark, R.  (2011). Games managers play: The role of play in leadership development training. Special issue on Leadership Development. The Academy of Management Learning and Education, 10 ( 3),  507 - 527.

Kark, R. (2011). Workplace intimacy in leader-follower relationships. In K. Cameron & G, Spreitzer (Eds.), Oxford Handbook of Positive Organizational Scholarship, 32: 423-438. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Invited Handbook chapter.

Kark, R. & Manor, R. (2011) Women Mangers in Israel. In L. M. Davidson & R. Bruke (Eds.), Women in Management Worldwide: Progress and Prospects. Surrey, U.K.: Gower Publishing Ltd.

Kark R. & Manor, R. (2011). Organizational Citizenship Behavior: Gendering The 'Good Soldier Syndrome' in The Israeli Context. Megamot (In Hebrew).

Yaffe, T. & Kark, R. (2011). Leading By Example: The Case of Leader OCB. Journal of Applied Psychology, 96(4), 806-826.

Anisman Razin, M., & Kark, R. (2012). The Apple does not fall far from the tree: Steve Jobs's leadership as simultaneously distant and close. In: M.C. Bligh, & R. Riggio. (Eds.), When Near is Far and Far is Near: Exploring Distance in Leader-Follower relationship. Wiley-Blackwell.

Medler-Liraz, H. & Kark, R. (2012). It Takes Three to Tango: Leadership and hostility in the service encounter Leadership as Influencing Employees and Customers Emotional Experience. The Leadership Quarterly, 23, 81–93.

Miller, Y., Kark, R & Zohar, N. (2012). Managerial ethics from a gendered perception: The ethics of women and men managers in feminine and masculine organizational contexts. Megamot, 2, 273-308. (In Hebrew).

Kark, R. Manor, R. Shamir, B. (2012). Does valuing androgyny and femininity lead to a female advantage? The relationship between gender-role, transformational leadership and identification. The Leadership Quarterly, 23, 620–640.

Kark, R., & Shamir, B. (2013). Empirical evidence supporting "The Dual Level Effects of Transformational Leadership”. In B. J. Avolio & F. J. Yammarino (Eds.), Transformational and Charismatic Leadership: The Road Ahead, 2: 67-91. Amsterdam: JAI: Elsevier Science.

Walfisch, T., Van Dijk, D. & Kark, R. (2013). Do you really expect me to apologize? The impact of status and gender on the effectiveness of apology at work. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 43, 1446-1458.

Ronit Kark, (2014) ""It was an extremely long path": An insider view into Arab women’s leadership", Gender in Management: An International Journal, Vol. 29 Iss: 5

Lin, B*., Kark, R. & Mainemelis, C. (2016). Leaders' Responses to Creative Deviance: Differential Effects on Subsequent Creative Deviance and Creative Performance. Leadership Quarterly. 27, 537-556.

Kark, R., Preseer, R. & Zion-Waldoks, T. (2016). From politics of dilemmas to politics of paradoxes: Feminism, pedagogy and women’s leadership for social change. special issue on ‘Women’s leadership development programs: Lessons learned and new frontiers’. Journal of Management Education, 40(3), 293-320.

Epitropaki, O. Kark, R., Mainemelis, C., & Lord, R. (2017). Leadership and Followership Identity Processes: A Multi-Level Review. Leadership Quarterly, Yearly Review 2017. 28(1), 104-129.

Eilam-Shamir, G., Kark, R., & Popper, M. (2017). Boas Shamir: The person, his impact and legacy. Leadership Quarterly, 28(4), 563-577. (IF- 3.094; ranked #11 of 80 in Applied Psychology; #41 of 194 in Management).

Johnson, R. E., Lin, S. H. J*., Kark, R., Van Dijk, D., King, D. D*., & Esformes, E*. (2017). Consequences of regulatory fit for leader–follower relationship quality and commitment. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology.

Delegach, M*., Kark, R., Katz-Navon, T., & Van Dijk, D. (2017). A focus on commitment: the roles of transformational and transactional leadership and self-regulatory focus in fostering organizational and safety commitment. European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, 1-17. 

Anisman-Razin. M*., Kark, R, & Saguy, T. (In press). Putting gender on the table: Understanding reactions to women who discuss gender inequality. Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 

Kark, R., Van Dijk, D. & Vashdi, D. (In press). Motivated or de-Motivated to be creative: The role of self-regulatory focus in transformational and transactional leadership processes. Applied Psychology: An International Review.

Braun, S., Kark, R. & Wisse, B. (Accepted). Editors. Special issue Frontiers in Psychology: Fifty Shades of Grey: Exploring the Dark Sides of Leadership and Followership, Research Topic in Frontiers in Psychology, Organizational Psychology. (IF-2.321; Ranked #33 of 129 in Multidisciplinary Psychology).

Other Publications:

Kark, R. & Levi, I. (2006). Games Managers Play: When Managers Learn to Play and Children Learn to Manage, Human Resources, 217, 20-28 (In Hebrew).

Kark, R. (2009). Leadership from a Gendered Perspective. The Voice of Education (Hed Hachinoch). (In Hebrew).

Kark R., & Van Dijk, D. (2011). The role of prevention and promotion systems in leadership processes. Mirrors of leadership, 4, 101-127 (In Hebrew).

Medler-Liraz H, & Kark, R. (2012). A matter of emotions: On managers, employees and hostility in service interactions, Excellence in service. 3, 4-6 (In Hebrew).

Medler-Liraz H*, & Kark, R. (2012). A matter of emotions: On managers, employees and hostility in service interactions, Excellence in Service.3, 4-6 (In Hebrew).

Miller, Y*., Kark, R. & Zohar, N. (2013). Voice of justice/ voice of care - In a different voice or in one voice: Managerial ethical judgment from a gendered perspective. Human Resources, 36-40 (In Hebrew)

Jaljuli M. & Kark, R. (2014).  A Training Manual: Participation and Political Leadership OF women and Young Adults in the Arab Society in Israel. Abraham Funk for Arab Jewish Co-existence, Neve-Ilan, Israel (In Hebrew and Arabic).

SELECTED PAPERS PRESENTED AT SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCES

1. Kark, R. (January, 1996). Gender Differences in Referent Power, Identification and Organizational

Outcomes.  Presented at the Annual Meeting of Leadership Researchers in Collaboration with at the Center for Leadership Studies, State University of NY, Binghamton. Center for Qualitative Leadership, Zichron Yaakov, Israel.

2. Kark, R. (July, 1996). Gender, Leadership and Identification Processes. Presented at the Center for Leadership Studies, State University of  NY, Binghamton, NY, USA.

3. Kark, R. (June, 1996) Participant in a workshop Transformational and transactional leadership: Using the full range theory of leadership in leadership development processes. Prof. Bruce Avolio (Presenter/facilitator), The School for Leadership Development, I.D.F. Netanya, Israel.

4. Kark, R. (February, 1997). Women as Charismatic Leaders. Presented at the Leadership Conference in The School for Leadership, I.D.F., Beit-Goldmintz, Israel.

5. Kark, R. (March, 1997). The Glass Ceiling: Analysis of the Phenomenon and its Effects on Various Organizational Levels. Presented at a conference on the Glass Ceiling in the Public Sector, organized by The American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC Israel), Division for Development of Human Resources. Jerusalem.

6. Kark, R., Dvir T. & Lapidot Y. (June, 1997). Organizing committee and Introductory lecture on Followership, at a conference on 'Followership'. Annual Meeting of Leadership Research Center for Qualitative Leadership, Zichron-Yaakov, Israel.

7. Kark, R. (June, 1998) Participant in a workshop, The Organization and its Leaders: A Psychoanalytic Perspective, Prof. M. F.R. Kets de Vries (Presenter/facilitator). The International Society for Psychoanalytic Study of Organizations Jerusalem.

8. Kark, R. (August, 1998). Participant at The Academy of Management Doctoral Consortium andpre-conference workshops of the Gender and Diversity in Organizations Division, San Diego, USA.

9. Kark, R. & Shamir, B. (August, 1998). Gender Differences in Transformational Leadership and Follower`s Identification Processes. Presented at the 24th International Congress of Applied Psychology (IAAP), San-Francisco, USA.

10. Kark, R. (June, 1999). Gendering Identification Processes: The Deconstruction of Boundaries between the Private and Public Sphere. Presented at the 7th International Interdisciplinary Congress on Women – Women’s Worlds 99, Tromso, Norway.

11. Kark, R. (March, 2000). Followers’ and Leaders’ Attachment: What can be learned from narratives on Personal Identifications. Invited presentation at the Study Group for Narratives, Institute for research on Women and Gender, University of Michigan, USA.

12. Elron, E. & Kark, R. (September, 2000). The sky is the limit? A look at women’s career motivations and aspirations. Presented at the 8th Biennial Conference of the International Society for Justice Research (ISJR), Rishon LeZion, Israel.

13. Kark, R. (September, 2000). The Feminization of Management: A study of Leadership, Identification and Gender. Organizational Behavior Faculty and Doctoral Students Seminar, School of Business Administration, University of Michigan, USA.

14. Kark, R. (October, 2000). Invited participant in a Panel on Micro Perspectives: Theories of identity and individuals in organizations. Interdisciplinary Committee on Organizational Studies (ICOS) Seminar Series, University of Michigan, USA.

15. Kark, R. (November, 2000). Ties that Bind Transformational Leaders and Their Followers: The Relationships between Different Transformational Leadership Behaviors and Personal and Social Identification. The International Leadership Association Second Annual Meeting, Toronto, Canada.

16. Kark, R.  (November, 2000). An Organization-Based Attempt to Shatter the Glass Ceiling.Feminist Utopias: An International Feminist Conference. Toronto, Canada.

17. Kark, R. & Shamir, B. (April, 2001). The Acceptance of Femininity: Sex, Gender, Identification and Leadership. Social Industrial Organizational Psychology (SIOP) Conference, San Diego, USA. 

18. Kark, R. (June, 2001). Invited participant. Working with Our Differences: Chasms, Bridges, Alliances? A Center for Gender in Organizations Conference/Workshop, SIMMONS Graduate School of Management, Boston.

19. Kark, R. & Shamir, B. (June, 2001). The Relationships between Transformational Leadership and Followers’ Identification, Dependence And Empowerment: A Field Study. Invited paper for theBernard M. Bass Leadership Conference, Center for Leadership Studies, School ofManagement, SUNY Binghamton, U.S.A.

20. Kark, R.  (February, 2002). Women as Mentors, Women as Protégé. Invited speaker for “Women Teaching, Women Learning: Women as role-models and mentors”. A Conference of the Ministry of Science, Culture and Sports. Bar-Ilan University, Israel.

21. Kark, R. & Manor, R. (July, 2002). Unveiling the Gendered Nature of Organizational Citizenship Behavior. 8th International Interdisciplinary Congress on Women - Women’s Worlds 2002, Kampala, Uganda.

22. Kark, R. (August, 2002). Invited participant, International Women’s Studies Summer Institute:Theories and Practices of Difference and Commonality, University of Maryland, College Park, USA.

23. Kark, R. & Shamir, B.  (August, 2002). The Influence of Transformational Leadership on Followers’ Relational Versus Collective Self-Concept.*Chosen as ‘Best Paper’ for the Organizational Behavior Division. Academy of Management Conference, Denver, U.S.A.

24. Kark, R. & Manor, R. (June, 2003). Re-reading and Re-thinking of Organizational Citizenship Behavior from a Gendered Perspective. Gender, Work and Organization. Presented at the 3rd International Interdisciplinary Conference. Keele University, England.

25. Keshet, S., Kark, R. & Pomerantz, L. (June, 2003). Gender, Power, and the use of Influence  Strategies. Gender, Work and Organization. Presented at the 3rd International Interdisciplinary Conference. Keele University, England.

26. Kark, R.  (June, 2003). The Transformational Leader: Who is (S)he? Applying Feminist Approaches to the Study of Gender and Transformational Leadership. Panel on Changing the Face(s) of Leadership. Invited participant. Educating for the Future: Crossing Borders, Building Coalitions in Graduate Women’s Studies Around the World, University of Maryland, College Park, USA.

27. Kark, R. & Manor, R. (August, 2003). Organizational Citizenship Behavior: What’s Gender Got To Do With It?. A paper presented at the AOM Annual Meeting, Seattle, U.S.A.

28. Medler-Liraz, H. & Kark, R. (June, 2005). Gender, Leadership and Emotions: A conceptual model of leaders’ influence on the emotional experience of employees. Gender and Emotion Stream – 4th International Interdisciplinary Conference / Gender, Work and Organization. Keele University, Staffordshire, England.

29. Medler-Liraz, H. & Kark, R. (June, 2005). Leader’s Emotional Skills as a Source of Influence on the Emotional Experience of Employees and Customers: A Conceptual Model. Re-Thinking Leadership Conference. Lancaster University, Lancaster, England.             

30. Kark, R. (July, 2005). Invited participant in a workshop on Management: Is the Feminization of Management a Female Advantage? Women’s Worlds 2005, The 9th International Interdisciplinary Congress on Women. Seoul, Korea.

31. Kark, R. & Van Dijk, D. (August , 2005). Motivation to Lead, Motivation to Follow: The Role of Self Regulatory Focus in Leadership Processes. A paper presented at the AOM Annual Meeting, Honolulu.

32. Kark, R. (August, 2005). Feminist Perspectives and Leadership Research. A paper presented at the AOM Annual Meeting, Honolulu.

33. Kark, R. & Van Dijk, D. (November, 2005). Motivation and Leadership: The Role of Self Regulatory Focus in Leadership Processes. Presented at the International Leadership Association (ILA) Conference, Amsterdam, Holland.

34. Kark, R. (July, 2006) The Feminization of Management. Presented at the International Association of Applied Psychology, Athens, Greece.          

35. Kark, R. (August, 2006). Emotions and Leadership: A review of the field. A Professional Development Workshop on Leadership and Emotions, The Academy of Management Conference, Atlanta, USA.

36. Kark, R. & Medler-Liraz, H. (August, 2006). Leading with a smile: The influence of managers’ leadership behavior and emotional skills on the emotional experience of employees Emotions in Organizations. A paper resented at the 5th International Conference on Emotions in Organizational Life (EMONT), Atlanta, USA.

37. Waismel-Manor, R., & Kark, R. (February, 2007). Organizational citizenship behavior: Gendering the 'good soldier syndrome' in the Israeli context. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Israeli Sociological Society, Haifa University, Haifa, Israel.

38. Medler-Liraz, H. & Kark, R. (August, 2007). It takes three to tango: Leadership and hostility in the service encounter. A paper presented at the AOM Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, USA.

39. Kark, R. (September, 2007). The effect of leadership on followers' and customers' emotions in the service encounter. Invited Seminar at the Queensland University of Technology School of Management, Australia

40. Kark, R. & Van Dijk D. (October, 2007). Invited speaker. Motivation to lead, motivation to follow: The role of self regulatory focus in leadership processes – Theory and findings. Seminar of The Department of Psychology, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia.

41. Van Dijk, D. & Kark, R. (January, 2008). Invited speaker. Self Regulatory Focus in Leadership and Feedback Processes. Seminar of the Organizational Behavior Faculty, Leon Recanati graduate School of Business Administration, Tel Aviv University.

42. Kark, R. & Van Dijk D. (May, 2008). Invited speaker. Leadership and self and its intersection with gender and race. Roundtable on Race and Leadership: Conversations at the Intersection.   Leadership for a Changing World, Research Center for Leadership in Action NYU Wagner School of Public Service, NY, U.S.A.

43. Kark, R. (May, 2008) Invited speaker, Promotion versus prevention: The effect of leadership on followers' self regulatory focus and outcomes. New Directions in Leadership Research conference, Fuqua/Coach K Center of Leadership & Ethics, Duke University.

44. Kark, R. (May, 2008). Invited speaker. Race and Leadership: Conversations at the Intersection Leadership for a Changing World. Research Center for Leadership in Action NYU Wagner School of Public Service

45. Kark, R.  & Shiloch, G. (July, 2008). Now You See it Now You Don't: Feminism Disappeared in A Case Study of the Organizing of 'Women Renewing Management'. European Group for Organizational Studies (EGOS), Amsterdam.

46. Kark, R.  & Shiloch, G. (July, 2008). Now You See it Now You Don't: Feminism Disappeared in A Case Study of the Organizing of 'Women Renewing Management'. Women's Worlds, Madrid, Spain.

47. Kark, R. & Nehari A. (August, 2008). Leadership, intimacy and thriving: Professional intimacy in leader-follower relations as a mediator of the effects of leadership on followers' thriving and performance. A paper presented at the AOM Annual Meeting, Anaheim, California, USA.

48. Van Dijk D. & Kark, R. (August, 2008). Motivation to lead: The relationship between self regulatory focus and leadership style. A paper presented at the Academy of Management (AOM) Annual Meeting. Anaheim, California, USA

49. Kark, R. (October, 2009). It Takes Three to Tango: Leadership and hostility in the service encounter Leadership as Influencing Employees and Customers Emotional Experience. Invited Speaker, The Business School, University College, Dublin, Ireland.

50. Kark, R.  & Carmeli, A. (July, 2009). Alive and Creating: The Mediating Role of Vitality in the Relationship between Psychological Safety and Creative Work Involvement. European Group for Organizational Studies (EGOS), Barcelona, Spain.

51. Kark, R. & Yaffe, T. (August, 2009). Leading by Example: The Case of Manager OCB. A paper presented at the AOM Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois.

52. Kark, R.  (August, 2009). Invited Discussant. Examining The Motivation to Lead and the Motivation to Follow. A paper presented at the AOM Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois.

53. Teeni M., Van Dijk D., & Kark R. (August, 2009). The Effect of Leadership Style and Regulatory Focus on Followers' Emotions. Examining The Motivation to Lead and the Motivation to Follow. A paper presented at the AOM Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois.

54. Kark, R. (February, 2010). Conference Management and Organizer Authority and Recognition at Social and Economic Crossroads. Ofek and the Tavistock Center,.Ramot, Israel.

55. Kark, R., & Shiloch, G. (May, 2010). The Disappearance Of A Feminist Narrative: A Case Study Of The Organizing Of 'Women Renewing Management'. 10th The European Academy of Management (EURAM), Rome, Italy.

56. Miller, Y., Kark, R. & Zohar, N. (August, 2010). Managerial Ethics from a Gender Perspective. Apaper presented at the AOM Annual Meeting, Montreal, Canada.

57. Kark, R. (January, 2011). Invited Workshop Speaker At the 5th bi-annual conference on Positive Organizational Scholarship (POS). Ann Arbor, Michigan.

58. Van Dijk, D., & Kark, R. (April, 2011). Leadership Style Effect on Employees' Performance: Regulatory Focus as a Mediator. A paper presented at the 9th International Academy of Management and Business (IAMB) Conference in Orlando, Florida.  *Overall Best Paper Award from the "International Academy of Management and Business (IAMB). 

59. Kark, R. &  Medler-Liraz (August, 2011). Emotional labor versus emotional authenticity: The influence of leaders' on followers' emotional display. A paper presented at the AOM Annual Meeting. San Antonio, Texas, USA

60. Kark, R. (June, 2011). Games managers play: Play as a form of leadership development. A paper presented at the 9th Eastern Academy of Management International (EAM-I). Bangalore, India.

61. Kark, R., & Van Dijk, D. (October, 2011). Birds of a feather flock together: The Relationship between Leader-Follower Self Regulation Congruency, LMX, and Organizational Commitment. Presented at the 4th Annual EuroMed Academy of Business Conference in Crete, Greece.               

62. Kark, R., Katz-Navon, T., & Delegach, M. (December, 2011). Leadership safety: The relationship between leadership style, self regulatory focus, and safety outcomes. Presented at the Israel Organizational Behavior Conference (IOBC), The Leon Recanati Graduate School of Business Administration, Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel.

63. Kark, R., Miron-Spektor, E., Gorsky R., & Kaplun, A. (December, 2011). The Effect of Learning Orientation and Behaviors on Individual Creativity. Presented at the Israel Organizational Behavior Conference (IOBC), The Leon Recanati Graduate School of Business Administration,Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel.

64. Kark, R., & Van Dijk, D. (May, 2012). When Me, Myself and I Meet the Leader: The Effect of Leadership on the Interplay between the Chronic and the Situational SRF. Presented at the conference of Personality in Israel (a joint research conference of the Institute for Advanced Studies and the Israel Science Foundation). Jerusalem, Israel. 

65. Kark ,R.,  Miron-Spektor, E., Gorsky R., & Kaplun, A. (July, 2012). Two roads diverge in a yellow wood: The effect of exploration and exploitation on creativity and leadership development.  A paper presented at the 28th European Group for Organizational Studies (EGOS). Helsinki, Finland.

66. Kark, R., & Anishman-Razin, M. (August, 2012). Doing distance: Leaders’ crafting of psychological distance as a mean to transmit meanings. A paper presented at the AOM Annual Meeting. Boston, Massachusetts, USA.   

67. Kopelman, S., Narayanan, J., Reb, J., Mor, S., Kark, R., & Gutman, G., (July, 2012). Mindfulness in Negotiations: Integrating Theory and Insights for Practice. A paper presented 25th Annual International Association of Conflict Management Conference. Cape Town, South Africa.

68. Kark, R., Van Dijk, D., & Esformes, E. (August, 2012). Leader-follower Regulatory fit: The Relationship between Self Regulation Congruency, LMX, and Organizational Commitment. A paper presented at the AOM Annual Meeting. Boston, Massachusetts, USA

69. Kark, R. (August, 2012). What do we know about Creative Leadership. A paper presented at the AOM Annual Meeting. Boston, Massachusetts, USA

70. Mayo, M. & Kark, R. (August, 2012). Identity from a Distance: Telework, Leader-Organizational Identifications and Work-Family Conflict. A paper presented at the AOM Annual Meeting. Boston, Massachusetts, USA

71. Wiesel, V. & Kark, R. (May 2013). The assessment center gender paradox: How a ‘tailor made’ manager suit fits female candidates. A paper presented at the 16th European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology (EAWOP). Münster, Germany.

72. Kark, R. (May 2013). Invited Keynote Speaker at the Women in Leadership: Business and Academia conference, TUS School of Management, Munich, Germany.

73. Anisman-Razin, M. & Kark, R. (June 2013). Managers Enacting Distance: Exploring Goals, Behaviors and Outcomes of Managerial Distance. A paper presented at EAM-I Bi-Annual Meeting. Seville, Spain.

74. Kark, R. (June 2013). Breaking with the crisis: Innovation, creativity and a playful mindset. Invited Key Note Speaker Session at the 13th European Academy of Management (EURAM). Annual Meeting. Istanbul, Turkey.

75. Anishman-Razin, M. & Kark, R. (August 2013). ‘What you see from here, you do not see from there’: Leaders enactment of distance and closeness and its’ effect on followers. A paperpresented at the AOM Annual Meeting. Orlando, Florida, USA. Symposium Organizers.

76. Lin, B., Kark, R. & Mainemelis, C. (August 2013). Leaders' Responses to Creative Deviance: Differential Effects on Subsequent Creative Deviance and Creative Performance. AOM Annual Meeting. Boston, Massachusetts, USA

77. Mayo, M. & Kark, R. (August 2013). The Psychological Construction of Leadership Identity: A Life-Story Approach. A paper presented at the AOM Annual Meeting. Orlando, Florida, USA

78. Kark, R., (August 2013). Invited speaker. Roundtable on Brief Comments on Journal Impact. Organizational Behavior Doctoral Consortium at the AOM Annual Meeting. Orlando, Florida, USA

79. Van Dijk, D., Kark, R. & Fishman, E. (February, 2014). The effect of leadership style on team creativity: The mediating role of collective regulatory focus. Israel Organizational Behavior Conference IOCB. Tel Aviv, Israel.

 *A member of the Organizing committee for the conference.

80. Kark, R. (February, 2014). Member of Organizing Committee. Israel Organizational Behavior Conference IOCB, Tel Aviv, Israel.

81. Wiesel, V. & Kark, R. (February, 2014) Assessment Center's Paradox: Manager Suit, Made for Male Candidates, Fits Female Candidates. Israel Organizational Behavior Conference IOCB. Tel Aviv, Israel.

82. Kark, R, & Anisman-Razin, M.* (February, 2014). Leaders’ doing distance. Invited Speaker, Department of             Management, The Chinese University of Hong Kong. Hong Kong.

83. Kark, R. & Anisman-Razin, M.* (May, 2014). Zoom in Zoom out: Exploring Goals, Behaviors and Outcomes of Managerial Distance and Closeness. Invited Speaker for The Simmons Special Speakers Series. Center for Gender in Organizations (CGO), Simmons School of Management, Boston.

84. Kark, R, (May, 2014). Crossing Boarders and Boundaries: Building International Research Networks. Invited workshop with PhD students. Management and Organization Department, Boston College, Boston.

85. Kark, R. (June, 2014). Leader-Follower Distance: An Identity Perspective. Invited Speaker. Organizational Psychology Seminar Series, The Department of Psychology, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia.

86. Kark, R. (April, 2015). Invited Participant, Logics in tension: Bridging the individual and collective dimensions of leadership. NYU Leadership Initiative. 2nd Collective Leadership Research Worshop, NYU Wagner School of Social Policy, New York City.

87. Kark, R, Mainemalis, B, & Epitropaki O, (May, 2015). ‘Follow the Leader(?)’: Creative Leadership at Play in Multiple Contexts. 10th Organization Studies Workshop on Organizational creativity, Play and Entrepreneurship, Crete, Greece.

88. Kark, R. Karazi-Presler, T. & Tubi, S. (July, 2015).  Left, right, left, right, forward march: Leadership paradoxes in times of transition in the military context. In Subtrack:  Paradoxes and Unreason: Provoking Greater Examination into Organizational Life. Athens, Greece.

89. Kark, R. (2015, July), Invited Keynote, Leadership between Intimacy and Charisma. ESMT OB-Mini Conference, European School of Management and Technology, Berlin, Germany.

90. Kark, R. (2015, August). Playful leaders: walking the rope between Creative Deviance and Conformity. Academy of Management (AOM) Annual Meeting, Vancouver, Canada.

91.  Kark, R., (August 2015). Invited speaker. Roundtable on Where and How to Publish.       Organizational Behavior Doctoral Consortium at the AOM Annual Meeting. Vancouver, Canada.

USA.

92. Kark, R. (September, 2015). Invited Speaker. Playful leaders. University of Queensland School of Management. Brisbane, Australia.

93. Kark, R. (September, 2015). Invited Speaker. There is Still Hope for the Non-Charimatic Leaders. University of Western Australia, Perth, Australia.

94. Kark, R. (September, 2015). Invited Speaker. Intimacy in leader-Follower Relationship. Practitioner-Academics Conference. University of Queensland School of Psychology, Brisbane, Australia.

95. Kark, R, (November, 2015). Member of Organizing Committee. Leadership Now: A conference to Honor Boas Shamir. The Hebrew University of Jerusalem., Israel. Israel Organizational Behavior Conference IOBC, Tel Aviv, Israel.

96. Kark, R. (January, 2016). Member of Organizing Committee. Israel Organizational Behavior Conference IOBC, Tel Aviv, Israel. Heading the Doctoral Consortium and the session to Honor Boas Shamir.

97. Katz-Navon, T., Kark, R., & Delgatch, M. (January, 2016). The Curvilinear Relationship Between Leadership and Safety: The Moderating Role of Group Safety Commitment. Israeli Organizational Behavior Conference 2016 (IOBC). Tel Aviv, Israel.

98. Anisman-Razin, M. & Kark, R. (January, 2016). ‘Doing’ Distance as Identity Work: An Inductive Examination of Managers’ Enactment of Psychological Distance. Israeli Organizational Behavior Conference (IOBC). Tel Aviv, Israel.

99. Kark, R., Vashdi, D., & Vinder, L. (January 2016). There is Still Hope for the Non-Charismatic: The Role of Leader-Follower Intimacy in Employee’s Performance. Israeli Organizational Behavior Conference (IOBC). Tel Aviv, Israel.

100. Miron-Spektor, E., Kark, R., & Mishaan, T. (January 2016). Playing In-Hide-Out of the Box: The Role of Setting in the Relationship Between Play and Creativity. Israeli Organizational Behavior Conference (IOBC). Tel Aviv, Israel.

101. Kark, R. & Vashdi, D. (April, 2016). Intimacy instead of Charisma? What is happening to the public leader? 20th International Research Society on Public Management Conference 2016. Hong Kong.

102. Epitropaki, O. Kark, R., & Mainemelis, B.(July, 2016). Organizers and opening Keynote. Professional Development Workshop on Creative Leadership, EGOS, Napoli, Italy.

103. Waismel-Manor, R. & Kark, R. (June, 2016). Work redesign Paradoxes: A Case Study of Military Redesigning Work Intervention. Work and Family Researchers Network Conference (WFRN). Washington, D.C.

104. Katz-Navon, T., Kark, R., & Delgatch, M. (July, 2016) What team commitment has to do with keeping safety: The Curvilinear relationship between transformational and transactional leadership and work accidents. 31st International Congress of Psychology 2016 (ICP2016). Yokohama, Japan.

105. Epitropaki, O., Kark, R. Mainemelis, C. & Lord, R.G. (Accepted; December 2016). Leadership, followership and identity: A multilevel review. Identities at Work: Self-Concept in Organizational Settings. Society of Organizational Psychology (SIOP 2017).

106. Van Dijk, D., Kark, R. (DecemberM 2016). Leadership and Innovation: New Theoretical and Empirical Developments. Identities at Work: Self-Concept in Organizational Settings. Society of Organizational Psychology (SIOP 2017).

107. Anisman-Razin, M., Kark, R., & Ashforth, B.E. (May. 2017). Leaders' Threatened Identities: The Role of Enacted Distance as A Coping Strategy. Paper presented at the 2nd Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Leadership Symposium. May 5, 2017; Mykonos, Greece.

108. Hagut Shachar-/// Paper presented at the 2nd Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Leadership Symposium. May 5, 2017; Mykonos, Greece.

109. Nikk Paper presented at the 2nd Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Leadership Symposium. May 5, 2017; Mykonos, Greece.

110. Anisman-Razin, M., Kark, R., & Ashforth, B.E. (2017, August). 'Doing Distance': The Role of Managers’ Enactment of Distance in Leader-Follower Relationships. Paper presented at the 77th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management. August 8, 2017; Atlanta, GA, USA.

REPORTS AND PUBLICATIONS FOR THE PUBLIC

1.      Kark, R. & Bloom, D. (1998). A Unique attempt to break the Glass-Ceiling in Organizations. Status: The Magazine for Managerial Thought, 89, 29-34, Published in collaboration with the Tel-Aviv University Business School. (In Hebrew).

2.      Kark, R. (1999). Diversity as an organizational advantage: How to break the glass ceiling, Human Resources, 133, 5-15. (In Hebrew).

3.      Kark, R. (2000). On women and men as leaders and the differences between them. Status: The Magazine for Managerial Thought, Published in collaboration with the Tel-Aviv University Business School, 110, 26-32. (In Hebrew).

4.      Kark, R. (2003). S(he) is the leader? Gender, management and leadership through the lens of  feminist theories. Status: The Magazine for Managerial Thought, , Published in collaboration with the Tel-Aviv University Business School Vol. 143, p. 28-33. (In Hebrew).

5.      Kark, R. (2004). Leadership or Seduction? Feminist perspectives of management, leadership and gender. Authority, Leadership and Gender: Conflict and/or Dialogue. Sigmund Freud Center, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

6.      Kark, R. & Levi, I. (2006). Games Managers Play: When Managers Learn to Play and Children Learn to Manage, Human Resources, 217, 20-28 (In Hebrew).

7.      Kark, R. (2009). Leadership from a Gendered Perspective. Hed Hachinoch (The Voice of Education). (In Hebrew).

8.     Kark R., & Van Dijk, D. (2011). The role of prevention and promotion systems in leadership processes. Mirrors of leadership, 4, 101-127 (Hebrew). 

קורסים

COURSES TAUGHT/TEACHING EXPERIENCE 

Undergraduate Level: Organizations as Systems of Diversity, Introduction to Organizational Behavior, Learning to Lead Seminar, Emotions and Relational Practices in Organizations, Gender and Leadership Seminar.

Graduate level (MA & PhD): Management of Human Resource and Organizational Behavior, Leadership and Followership in Organizations, Gender and Leadership Seminar, Gendering Organizational Theory, From Feminist Theory to Feminist Practice and Activism, Practice Course in Organizational Psychology, Group Processes and Group Dynamics, The Theory and Practice of the Psychological Interview.

תחומי מחקר

מנחה מ.א. ודוקטורט

  • מנהיגות ומונהגות בארגונים

  • זהויות והזדהויות באירגונים

  • מיגדר באירגונים

  • מנהיגות של נשים

  • יחסים חיוביים באירגונים

    יחסי חונכות וחניכה

MAIN RESEARCH INTERESTS

1. Leadership

2. Organizational Identity and identification

3. Gender in Organizations

4. Positive connections and relationships in organizations

הישג מחקרי

ברכות על פרסום מאמרה בכתב העת החשוב ביותר בתחום ה- management הנה ה reference:
Mainemelis, C., Kark, R., & Epitropaki, O. (2015). Creative leadership: A multi-context conceptualization. The Academy of Management Annals, 9(1), 393-482

 

קרנות מחקר

AWARDS/GRANT/HONORS

 

Year

                                                                                                   

1989

Rector’s list and Dean’s list for academic excellence, Faculty of Social Sciences, Hebrew University of Jerusalem. 

 

1990

Dean’s list for academic excellence, Faculty of Social Sciences, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

1994

The Israel Association of University Women Award for research achievements.

 

1994-1996

Doctoral Fellowship, The Department of Psychology, The Hebrew University.

1995

Shaine Center for Research in Social Sciences research grant.

                   

1997/1995

Levi Eshkol Institute for Economic, Social and Political Research Fund research grant (received twice).

                                                                     

1996-1997

Israel Foundation Trustees Research Grant (Ford Foundation).

                             

1997-1998

Israel Foundation Trustees Grant for Dissertation Writing (Ford Foundation).

    

1998/1996

Rosita and Esteban Herczeg Program on Sex Differences in Society Research Award, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem (received twice).

                                                                                                          

1998/1996

American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC Israel), Division for Development of Human Resources research grant for promotion of research on Women in leadership positions in Israeli society (received twice).

                                                                                         

1998

The Hebrew University Doctoral Student Grant for presentation in international Scientific meetings and workshops.

 

1999

Friends of the Hebrew University in Norway Travel Award for participation in the Women’s Worlds, 1999 International Conference in Tromso, Norway.

 

1999

The British Chevening Scholarship for postdoctoral studies, The British Council, Israel. (I declined this grant).

                                        

2000/1999

Distinguished Teaching Award, School of Business Administration, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem Society (received twice).

 

2000/1999

Distinguished Teaching Award, Graduate School of Public Policy and Administration, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem received twice).)

 

2000

L’Oreal-Rekanati Prize for Leading Research on Women in Management in Israel, Tel-Aviv University School of Business (received for my doctoral dissertation study).

                                                                        

2000-2001

Lady Davis Grant for Postdoctoral Studies Abroad.   

              

2001

The Center for Gender in Organizations Travel Award, for invited participation in a CGO Workshop, SIMMONS Graduate School of Management, Boston.

 

2002

Women’s Worlds 2002 Travel Award, for participation in the Women’s Worlds 2002 International Interdisciplinary Congress on Women in Kampala, Uganda.

 

2002

Honorary Grant for participation in the International Women’s Studies Summer Institute, University of Maryland, College Park, USA.

 

2003

Travel Grant for participation in Educating for the Future: Crossing Borders, Building Coalitions in Graduate Women’s Studies Around The World Conference, Towson, Maryland, USA.

 

2003

Distinguished Teaching Nomination, Bar Ilan University.

 

2004/2005

Israel Foundation Trustees Research Grant for Young Academics (Ford Foundation).

 

2004

Dafna Izraeli Grant for the Study of Gender, Bar-Ilan University.

 

2004

Travel Grant for participation in Women's Studies Consortium Workshop, Summer 2004, University of Maryland, Maryland, USA.

 

2005

Ford Foundation Travel Fund for participation in the Women Worlds 2005 Conference in Seoul, Korea.

 

2005

Best Paper Prize (runner-up) at the International Leadership Association (ILA) Conference, Amsterdam, Holland. (Awarded for the paper 'Motivation and Leadership: The Role of Self Regulatory Focus in Leadership Processes).

 

2005-2007

Israel Science Foundation (ISF) Research Grant, Leadership and Emotions (2 year grant).

                                                                                  

2006-2007

Halpern Center (for the study of Jewish self-perception)

Research group 'The Consciousness of Leadership', Bar-Ilan University..              

 

2007-2010

Israel Science Foundation (ISF) Research Grant, Leadership, Motivation and Self Regulatory Focus Theory (3 year grant).

                                                                                  

2008

Vaatat Grant for the development of the Feminist Practice and Social Activism Course.

 

2008-2009

Chosen as an invited member of the Young Forum of Sciences and Humanities (for excellent young researchers) of the Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities.

 

2008

Finalists for the LQ best article. Center for Creative Leadership Award Finalists for the best article published in the Leadership Quarterly for the 2007 calendar year.

 

2009

The Dafna Izraeli Fund, Israel New Fund. A fund for the organizing of the conference – From Practice to Theory and Back to Practice: Connections Between Academia and the Field, Theory and Activism.

 

2010

The Dafna Izraeli Fund, New Israel Fund. A fund for the organizing of the conference – From Practice to Theory and Back to Practice: Gaps Between Academia and the Field, Theory and Activism.

 

2011

Best Overall Paper Award for the 9th IAMB (International Academy of Management and Business) conference, Florida, USA.

 

2012

Scholarly Contributions to Educational Practice Advancing Women in Leadership Award (GDO Division, Academy of Management, Boston.

 

2012

Israel Science Foundation (ISF), Leadership for Safety and Self  Regulation, proposal was graded - very good (without funding).

 

 

2012-2013

Malag Grant for the Community-Academia Courses, for the development and the expenses of the Feminist Practice and Social Activism Course I developed and taught.

 

12,000$

2013

German Israeli Foundation (GIF), Leaders' Responsibility for Employees' Recovery, proposal was graded - very good (without funding).  

 

 

2014-2015

Malag Grant for the Community-Academia Courses, for the development and the expenses of the Feminist Practice and Social Activism Course I developed and taught.

 

12,000$

2014-2015

University of Queensland Competitive Research Travel Award for Research Collaborations (Brisbane, Australia).

 

6000$

2014-2016

Ministry of Science, Grant for Social arrangements for Women’s Equality (The money was granted to Moran Anisman- Razin, my former PhD student; at a postdoc in IDC for a collaborative research; Amisman-Razin, Kark & Shagi).

65,000$

 

 

2014

GIF (Submitted).

 

 

2014

Ministry of Sciences (Submitted).

 

 

2015

Bar Ilan Research Authority Grant

7000$

2015-2017

Leaders'' Responsibility for Employee Recovery from Work, Society for Human Resource, SHRM, USA (With Sabinne Sonnetag, Mannheim University, Germany).

 

100,000$

 

2015-2017

Gender Affairs Advisor for the IDF chief-of-staff, redesigning work, a field study for Work-Life Balance (With Ronit Manor, Nethania Collage).

 

20,000$

 

2015-2016

Research Grant for Girls in Mathematics, Physics and Computers, Trump Foundation (With the Henrietta Szold Institute).

31,000$

 

2016-2017

Research Grant for Men Supporting Gender Equity in Organizations, Center for Gender in Organizations (CGO), Simmons College, Boston, MA.

23,000$

 

2016

Prize - Iconic Leaders in Social Enterprise, ALL Ladies League - Women Economic Forum, Delhi, India.

 

2016

Rector Prize for Outstanding Research Achievements among the Research Faculty of the University, Bar-Ilan University, Bar-Ilan University

 

 

2016

Academy of Management Annals Best 2015 Published Article Award (Honorable Mention), for paper on creative Leadership, Academy of Management Conference, Anaheim, CA.

 (A+) (ISI/SCOPUS_7) (IF – 9.741, ranked #1 of 192 in Management).

 

 

2017-2018

Mandel Institute for Social Leadership Research Award, Women Leaders for Social Change: Between the Personal and the Political, the Center for the Study of NGOs, Beer Sheva University, Israel (With Hagit Sachar-Fadida, PhD student and Michal Frenkel, Hebrew University).

 

2500$