Phatcharasiri Ratcharak

PHD Student

Phatcharasiri Ratcharak

Phatcharasiri Ratcharak

Academic Area(s): Leadership, Organisations & Behaviour
Supervisor(s): Professor Bernd Vogel
Research Topic(s): Emotional Labour Processes in Leadership Identity Construction
p.ratcharak@pgr.reading.ac.uk

Areas of Interest

Human resource management, Organisational behaviour, Emotion management, Individual differences, Healthcare contexts, Leadership, Identity

Qualifications

MSc in Organisational Behaviour, Aston Business School, UK

MBA (Human Resource Management), Thammasat University, Thailand

Responsibilities

Organiser of Paper Development Group – The Henley Centre for Leadership and The John Madejski Centre for Reputation

Invigilator (Whiteknights campus)

Research Assistant

Publications

Ratcharak, Phatcharasiri, 2015, Personality Factors Influencing Work Engagement through Self-determination Theory among Millennials: Cross-cultural Comparison between the UK and Thailand (Master’s dissertation), Aston Business School, University of Aston, Birmingham, UK.

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), 29-45.

Ratcharak, Phatcharasiri, 2012, Personality Factors Influencing Job Characteristics and Achievement Motivation in Generation Y: Case Study of Workers in Government Sectors and Private Sectors of Thailand (Master’s thesis), Faculty of Commerce and Accountancy, Thammasat University, Bangkok.

Conference Papers

Ratcharak, P., Vogel, B., and Spyridonidis, D. (2018). Feared or Desired Provisional Selves: Mixed Effects of Emotional Labor on Manager Well-being in Leader Identity Granting Processes. The Eleventh International Conference on Emotions and Worklife (“Emonet XI”), University of Illinois, Chicago, USA.

Ratcharak, P., Vogel, B., and Spyridonidis, D. (2018). Effects of Emotional Labor on Leadership Identity Construction among Healthcare Hybrid Managers. Proceeding of 78th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Chicago, Illinois, USA.

Ratcharak, P., Vogel, B., and Spyridonidis, D., 2017, The Outcome of Leadership Identity Work: Mixed Effects of Emotional Labour on Healthcare Professional Manager Well-being. Proceeding of 31st Annual Conference of the British Academy of Management (BAM), Warwick Business School, UK. This paper was chosen as the winner of Best Paper of the BAM's "Leadership and Leadership Development" track. Read the full news release here.

Ratcharak, P., Spyridonidis, D., and Vogel, B., 2017, Roles of Emotion in Leadership Identity Work: The Case of Healthcare Hybrid Managers. Paper presented at the Second Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Leadership Symposium, Mykonos, Greece.

Ratcharak, P., Spyridonidis, D., and Vogel, B., 2016, Hybrid Professionals, Emotions and Role Transition within the UK Healthcare Context. Paper presented at the Tenth Conference on Emotions and Organizational Life (Emonet X), Rome, Italy.

Ratcharak, P., 2016, Hybrid Professionals, Emotions and Role Transition within the UK Healthcare Context. Doctoral Symposium, Research Conversations, 30th Annual Conference of the British Academy of Management (BAM), Newcastle, UK.

Ratcharak, P., Vogel, B., and Spyridonidis, D., 2016, Conditions of Conducting Emotional Labour in Hybrid Professionals. Poster presented at 2nd Doctoral Conference of Henley Business School, Reading, UK.

Book Contributions

Ratcharak, P., Spyridonidis, D., and Vogel, B. (2018). Emotional Dynamics at The Relational Level of Self: The Case of Healthcare Hybrid Professionals. In L. Petitta, C. E. J. Härtel, N. M., Ashkanasy, & W. J. Zerbe (Eds.), Research on Emotion in Organizations vol. 14 - Individual, Relational, and Contextual Dynamics of Emotions. Emerald Group Publishing Limited.

Awards

PhD Researcher of the Year 2018 Award for the prosperity and resilience research theme of the University of Reading

Best Paper Award from the “Leadership and Leadership Development” track at the 31st annual conference of British Academy of Management (BAM), 2017

Best Paper Award from WMS Management Research Conference #1, 2012