Associate Professor Peter Standen
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- Managing change;
- Leadership skills; and
- Research Methods.
Peter has a diverse background in applied and theoretical research in psychology and management. Since completing a PhD in Psychology in 1990, he has taught Management, Research Methods, Organisational Behaviour, and Leadership in the School of Management.
- B.A. (Hons) UWA; and
- Ph.D. (Psychol.), UWA.
- Leadership and leadership development;
- Psychological well-being at work including work-life balance;
- Humanistic psychology;
- eWork, Telework and virtual work;
- Electronic outsourcing of business services; and
- The perception of time in workplaces.
Current research area
- Authentic leadership: a humanistic perspective;
- Workplace bullying; and
- Leadership development as personal transformation.
Recent research grants
- 2006 P. Standen & M. Omari, M. Emotional Contagion and Leadership Capability, $5,000. ECU Faculty Of Business and Law Strategic Research Grants;
- 2003: P. Gurstein, U. Huws, R Buchanan, L. Johnson, P. Standen, J. Flecker, R Bandi & S Siengtha "Canadian EMERGENCE: A Study of Employment Relocation in the Global Economy", $C253,000, Canadian Social Science and Humanities Research Council.
- Daniels, K., Lamond, D. & Standen, P.(eds) (2000). Managing Telework: Perspectives from Human Resource Management and Work Psychology. London: Thomson International.
- Standen, P. (2007). Time competition In home-based telework: A theoretical framework. In T. van der Lippe & P. Peters Time Competition: Disturbed Balances and New Options in Work and Care. Edward Elgar.
- Lamond, D.A., Daniels, K. & Standen, P. (2004). Managing Virtual Workers and Virtual Organisations. In D. Holman, T.D. Wall, C.W. Clegg, P.R. Sparrow & F. Howard (Eds), The Essentials of the New Workplace: A Guide to the Human Impact of Modern Working Practices, 2nd Edition. Chichester: Wiley.
Refereed journal articles
- Standen, P. & Omari, M. (2009). Psychological warfare: The destructive cycle of reciprocal workplace bullying. New Zealand Journal of Human Resource Management, 9(1), 4-13.
- Omari, M. & Standen, P. (2007). The modernised Public Sector: Implications for negative workplace interactions and bullying. Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business & Government, 13(1), 1- 14.
- Standen, P. (2007). Catching a butterfly: Mapping eWork in Europe and Australia. Work Organisation, Labour and Globalisation, 1(2), 52-75.
- Daniels, K., Lamond, D., & Standen, P. (2001) Teleworking: Frameworks for Organizational Research. Journal of Management Studies, 238(8) 1151-1186.
- Standen, P., Daniels, K. & Lamond, D. (1999). The home as a workplace: Work-family interaction and psychological well-being in telework. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 4(4), 1-15.
- Paull, M., Standen, P. & Omari, M. (2009). Making Sense of ‘Bullying’ Behaviour: Individual Perspectives on Critical Incidents. Proceedings of the British Academy of Management Annual Conference, Brighton, September.
- Standen, P., Omari, M. & Paull, M. (2009). Organisations and Bullying: The Role of Attributions. Proceedings of the European Academy of Management Annual Conference, Liverpool, May.
- Standen, P. & Omari, M. (2008). Bullying in the Public Sector: An Empirical Investigation. Proceedings of the European Academy of Management Annual Conference, Paris, May.
- Standen, P. & Omari, M. (2008). Psychological warfare at work: The destructive cycle of workplace bullying. Proceedings of the Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management Annual Conference, Sydney, December.
- Yang, J.T. & Standen, P. (2005). Knowledge Sharing for Facilitating Organisational Learning and Organisational Effectiveness.Proceedings of the Third Asia-Pacific CHRIE Conference. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: Taylor's College, May 26-28;
- Yang, J.T. & Standen, P. (2005). Accelerating Knowledge Sharing: Facilitator, Mentor Roles and Collaboration. Proceedings of the Third Asia-Pacific CHRIE Conference. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: Taylor's College, May 26-28.