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Dr Phatcharasiri Ratcharak

Research Fellow

Patcharasiri Ratcharak


  • Organisational Behaviour, 
  • Individual Differences, e.g. Personality and Identity, 
  • Emotion and Emotional Regulation, 
  • Leadership, 
  • Human Resource Management


Whiteknights Campus

Phatcharasiri Ratcharak (Angie) has years of experience in quantitative research in the areas of organisational behaviour and work psychology as well as teaching experience in human resource management and leadership.


  • PhD in Management (Leadership, Organisations, and Behaviour) Henley Business School (2020)
  • MSc in Organisational Behaviour, Aston Business School (2015)
  • MBA in Human Resource Management (2012)

Awards & Achievements

  • PhD Researcher of the Year Award for the prosperity and resilience research theme of the University of Reading.
  • Best paper awards awarded at British Academy of Management and the WMS Management Research Conference

Research themes

  • Leadership

  • Personality, identity and individual differences
  • Emotion and emotion management
  • Organisational behaviour with implications in human resource management


  • Human resource consultancy and human resource practice in international companies
  • Undergraduate and postgraduate teaching experience
  • Organiser of the Paper Development Group, Henley Centre for Leadership
  • Research assistance and project management

Reference: RATCHARAK, P. , Vogel, B. and Spyridonidis, D. (2018) Effects of emotional labor on leadership identity construction among healthcare hybrid managers. In: Academy of Management Proceedings. doi:
Reference: RATCHARAK, P. , Spyridonidis, D. and Vogel, B. (2018) Emotional dynamics at the relational level of self: the case of healthcare hybrid professionals. In: Ashkanasy, N. M., Härtel, C. E. J. and Zerbe, W. J. (eds.) Research on Emotion in Organizations. Emerald, pp. 71-94. ISBN 9781787548459 doi:
Reference: Ratcharak, P. (2012) Personality factors influencing job characteristics and achievement motivation in generation Y: case study of workers in government sectors and private sectors of Thailand. WMS Journal of Management, 1 (1). pp. 29-45.