F. Doerwald-Leicher, MSc
I am broadly interested in emotional development across the working lifespan, older employees’ resources (emotional competencies), their affective experience and motivation.
In my PhD research I will investigate under which conditions older employees can be particularly effective mentors and can be engaged by obtaining mentoring opportunities to increase individual and organizational productivity.
In a number of studies, I will test a lifespan model of mentoring that highlights a combination of emotional abilities, generativity motivation, and organizational opportunities to mentor as mechanisms linking mentor age to positive outcomes for employees and organizations.
Doerwald, F., Scheibe, S., Van Yperen, N. W. (in press). Role of age in workplace mentoring. In N. A. Pachana (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Geropsychology. New York: Springer.
Doerwald, F. (2014). Does Work Feel Good? Ideal and Experienced Workplace Affect as Drivers of Younger and Older Employees’ Work Motivation (Unpublished master’s thesis). University of Groningen, The Netherlands.
Doerwald, F., Scheibe, S., Zacher, H., Van Yperen, N. W. (2014, November). Mind the gap: Ideal and experienced workplace affect as drivers of younger and older employees’ work engagement. Paper at the Werkgemeenschap van Onderzoekers in de Arbeids- en Organizatiepsychologie (WAOP) conference, Utrecht, The Netherlands.
Doerwald, F., & Scheibe, S. (2012, November). Negative daily work events and occupational well-being: The role of age and emotion regulation strategies. Paper at the Werkgemeenschap van Onderzoekers in de Arbeids- en Organizatiepsychologie (WAOP) conference, Groningen, The Netherlands.
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