David Yoon is a doctoral student at the University of Minnesota Carlson School of Management. The mission of his research career is to discover factors that make a workplace a happier place to be. In his journey to seek out these factors, he focuses on power dyanimcs in organizations and how they impact work relationships and well-being, individual traits that make leaders more effective, emotions that aid in maintaining well-being at work, and mistreatments that occur at work that impede one's pursuit of well-being at work.
Prior to his doctoral studies, David worked as an compensation and expatriate analyst in a Fortune 500 company, where he managed expatriate compensation and tax equalization process across countries, analyzed salary surveys and guided line managers in salary planning, and conducted job evaluations to establish competitive compensation packages for new positions. David was also an HR research fellow at another Fortune 500 company, where he developed action plans for Six Sigma recruiting projects, proposed global integrated supply chain HR metrics, and collaborated with HR managers in developing formal exit interview processes.
Kim, E., & Yoon, D. J. (in press). Why does service with a smile make employees happy? A social interaction model. Journal of Applied Psychology.
Bono, J. E., Hooper, A. H., Yoon, D. J. (2012). Impact of rater personality on transformational and transactional leadership ratings. Leadership Quarterly, 23, 132-145.
Bono, J. E., & Yoon, D. J. (2012). Positive supervisory relationships. In T. D. Allen & L. T. Eby (Eds.), Personal relationships: The effect of employee attitudes, behavior, and well-being (pp. 43-66). New York: Academic Press, Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology Organizational Frontier Series.
Bono, J. E., Shen, W., & Yoon, D. J. (in press). Personality and leadership: Looking back, looking ahead. In D. V. Day (Ed.), The Oxford handbook of leadership and organizations. New York: Oxford University Press.
Kim, E., & Yoon, D. J. (under review, July 2012). When and why does customer incivility reduce employee service performance? The roles of intrinsic motivation and core self-evaluations. Journal of Applied Psychology.
Shen, W., Yoon, D. J., & Bono, J. E. Personality and transformational and transactional leadership: Differing profiles by gender. Manuscript to be presented at the 2012 Academy of Management Conference. For Academy of Management Journal.
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