Wei-Ning Yang

Wei-Ning Yang

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    Biographical details

    Dr Wei-Ning (aka Winnie) Yang is a Teaching Fellow in Human Resource Management and Organisational Behaviour. Before joining King's in March 2017, she worked at Alliance Manchester Business School, University of Manchester. This is also where she earned a Ph.D. in Business and Management (2016). Winnie holds a Master’s degree in Business Administration from National Chengchi University (2010) and a BA and BSc in Management at National Tsinghua University (2007), Taiwan.

    Winnie has experiences of teaching core Work Psychology topics to both undergraduate and postgraduate students, including leadership, recruitment and selection, teamwork, work motivation, and stress at work. Along with her colleagues in the research group, she currently teaches the undergraduate module Organisational Behaviour and the postgraduate module The New Employment Relations. 

    Research interests

    Winnie's research interests are mainly related to career management. Specifically, her research is about career plateau and the factors that influence its impact on individual work attitudes and behaviours. Winnie has presented her research at well-known conferences including the DOP annual conferences in the UK and the EAWOP conference. 

    Education/Academic qualification

    Doctor of Philosophy, That's not what I Signed Up for! A Longitudinal Investigation of the Impact of Unmet expectations in the Relation between Career Plateau and Job Outcomes, University of Manchester

    7 Sept 201231 Mar 2016

    Award Date: 31 Mar 2016

    Master of Business Administration, Examination of the Relationship between Career Plateau and Employee Outcomes, National Chengchi University

    1 Sept 200731 Jul 2010

    Award Date: 31 Jul 2010


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