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人物简介
Hannes Zacher

Hannes Zacher

McElwain Building
Brisbane, QLD 4072
AustraliaLecturer

School of Psychology
The University of Queensland


Office: +61 (0)7 3365 6423
Fax: +61 (0)7 3365 4466
h.zacher@psy.uq.edu.au
http://www.psy.uq.edu.au/directory/index.html?id=1776
http://www.hanneszacher.de


EDUCATION
Justus-Liebig-University Giessen (Germany)
Ph.D., Industrial/Organisational Psychology (July 2009)
Technical University of Braunschweig (Germany)
Diploma (M. A.), Psychology (October 2006)
Pre-Diploma (B. A.), Psychology (October 2002)


ACADEMIC POSITIONS

The University of Groningen (Netherlands)

Associate Professor (2013)


The University of Queensland (Brisbane, Australia)
Lecturer in Psychology (July 2010 - present)
Technical University of Kaiserslautern (Kaiserslautern, Germany)
Guest Lecturer in Psychology (May-June 2010)
acobs University (Bremen, Germany)
Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Life Span Psychology (April 2009-April 2010)
University of Minnesota (Minneapolis, USA)
Visiting Scholar, School of Psychology (July-September 2007)
Justus-Liebig-University Giessen (Giessen, Germany)
Postgraduate Researcher, Industrial/Organisational Psychology (October 2006-March 2010)
Technical University of Braunschweig (Braunschweig, Germany)
Research Assistant, Industrial and Organisational Psychology (April 2002-April 2004)


PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS
Since 2009: German Psychological Association (DGPs)
Since 2009: American Psychological Association (APA)
Since 2009: Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP)
Since 2007: Academy of Management (AoM)
Since 2007: International Association of Applied Psychology (IAAP)


TEACHING
Semester 1, 2011: PSYC7454 - Advanced Organisational Psychology (University of Queensland, Australia)
Semester 1, 2011: PSYC7474 - Applied Research Methods (University of Queensland, Australia)
Semester 2, 2010: PSYC7454 - Advanced Organisational Psychology (University of Queensland, Australia)
Summer Semester, 2010: Lecture - Work and Organizational Psychology (Technical University of Kaiserslautern, Germany)
Winter Semester 2009/10: Doctoral Seminar - Intraindividual Change and Variability in Lifespan Psychology Research (Jacobs University Bremen, Germany)
Summer Semester 2008: Seminar - Demographic Change and Human Resource Management (University of Giessen,Germany)


SERVICE CONTRIBUTIONS
Ad-hoc reviewer
Aplied Psychology: An International Review
Astralian Journal of Psychology
Australian Psychologist
Human Relations
International Psychogeriatrics
Journal of Management & Organisation
Journal of Managerial Psychology
Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology
Journal of Occupational Health Psychology
Research on Aging
Invited Member for the National Scientific Program Committee for the 9th Industrial and Organisational Psychology (IOP) Conference in Brisbane (2011)


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
09/2005 - 08/2006 Practicum in Department of Personnel Development of Auto 5000 GmbH (now part of Volkswagen AG), Wolfsburg (Germany)
02/2004 - 07/2004 Practicum in Department of Personnel Development of Auto 5000 GmbH (now part of Volkswagen AG), Wolfsburg (Germany)
07/2003 - 10/2003 Practicum in Department of Research and Development of DaimlerChrysler AG, Berlin (Germany)
12/2001 - 02/2004 Volunteer in Youth Counselling Centre Mondo X, Braunschweig (Germany)
07/1999 - 08/2000 Mandatory civil service in a care home for severely mentally and physically challenged people in Afula (Israel)


Lievens, F., Van Hoye, G., & Zacher, H. (in press, accepted 1 July 2009). The recruiting and hiring of older workers. In J. W. Hedge & W. C. Borman (Eds.), Oxford handbook of work and aging. New York: Oxford University Press.


Zacher, H., Schmitt, A., & Gielnik, M. M (in press). Stepping into my shoes: Generativity as a mediator between business owners‘ age and family succession. Ageing & Society. Accepted for publication on 27th April 2011. (ERA = A)


Zacher, H., & Winter, G. (in press). Eldercare demands, strain, and work engagement: The moderating role of perceived organizational support. Journal of Vocational Behavior. Accepted for publication on 21st March 2011. (ERA: A*)


Zacher, H. & Bal, P. M. (in press). Professor age and research assistant ratings of passive-avoidant and proactive leadership: The role of age-related work concerns and age stereotypes. Studies in Higher Education. Accepted for publication on 22nd January 2011. (ERA = A*)


Gielnik, M. M., Zacher, H., & Frese, M. (in press). Focus on opportunities as a mediator of the relationship between business owners' age and venture growth. Journal of Business Venturing. Accepted for publication on 18th May 2010. (ERA = A*)


期刊论文

Zacher, H., Rosing, K., Henning, T., & Frese, M. (2011). Establishing the next generation at work: Leader generativity as a moderator of the relationships between leader age, leader-member exchange, and leadership success. Psychology and Aging, 26, 241-252. (ERA = A*)


Zacher, H., & de Lange, A. H. (2011). Relations between chronic regulatory focus and future time perspective: Results of a cross-lagged structural equation model. Personality and Individual Differences, 50, 1255-1260. (ERA = B)


Zacher, H., Rosing, K., & Frese, M. (2011). Age and leadership: The moderating role of legacy beliefs. Leadership Quarterly, 22, 43-50. (ERA = A*)


Zacher, H. & Frese, M. (2011). Maintaining a focus on opportunities at work: The interplay between age, job complexity, and the use of selection, optimization, and compensation strategies. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 32, 291-318. (ERA = A*)


Zacher, H., Heusner, S., Schmitz, M., Zwierzanska, M. M. & Frese, M. (2010). Focus on opportunities as a mediator of the relationships between age, job complexity, and work performance. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 76, 374-386. (ERA = A*)


Schalk, R., van Veldhoven, M., de Lange, A. H., De Witte, H., & 21 co-authors [Zacher, H.] (2010). Moving European research on work and ageing forward: Overview and agenda. European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, 19, 76-101. (ERA = C) Zacher, H. & Frese, M. (2009). Remaining time and opportunities at work: Relationships between age, work characteristics, and occupational future time perspective. Psychology and Aging, 24, 487-493. (ERA = A*)


Zacher, H., Degner, M., Seevaldt, R., Frese, M., & L
üdde, J. (2009). Was wollen jüngere und ältere Erwerbstätige erreichen? Altersbezogene Unterschiede in den Inhalten und Merkmalen beruflicher Ziele [What do younger and older workers want to accomplish? Age-related differences in content and characteristics of occupational goals]. Zeitschrift für Personalpsychologie [German: Journal of Personnel Psychology], 8, 191-200. (ERA: C)


Zacher, H., Felfe, J., & Glander, G. (2008). Lernen im Team: Zusammenhänge zwischen Personen- und Teammerkmalen und der Leistung von Multiplikatoren [Learning in teams: Relationships between individual and team characteristics and the performance of multipliers]. Zeitschrift f
ür Arbeits- und Organisationspsychologie [German: Journal of Work and Organisational Psychology], 52, 81-90. (ERA: C)


会议论文

Geerdes, S. I., Zacher, H., Godde, B., Schoemann, K., & Staudinger, U. (2010). Career mobility and employee adaptability: A lifespan/life course perspective. 70th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Montreal, Canada, 6th - 10th August.


Schmitt, A., & Zacher, H., & de Lange, A. H. (2010). Occupational future time perspective as a self-regulatory moderator of the relations between job control, work engagement, and personal initiative. WAOP and EA-OHP Summer Small Group Meeting on Occupational Health and Engagement, Groningen, The Netherlands, 1st - 2nd June.


Zacher, H. (2008, July). Concern for the next generation at work: Generativity and occupational role priorities. Poster presented at the XXIX International Congress of Psychology, Berlin, Germany, 20th - 25th July.


Zacher, H. (2007). Relationships between age and different forms of job performance: Implications for human resource management. Paper presented at the EAWOP Small Group Meeting on "Ageing and Work", Tilburg, Netherlands, 17th - 19th January.


报告演讲
研究项目

Ferrier, L., McColl-Kennedy, J. R., Pachana, N., Zacher, H., & Previte, J. (2011). Customer value co-creation enhancing aged care services: Benefits for the organisation, residents, and employees. The University of Queensland Collaboration and Industry Engagement Fund, $47,573.


Zacher, H. (2011). Linking successful ageing at work with business success: A three-wave longitudinal study of predictors and outcomes of occupational future time perspective. The University of Queensland Early Career Researcher Grant, $19,202.


Zacher, H. (2011). A lifespan perspective on entrepreneurship: Investigating personal, behavioural, and environmental factors that contribute to venture success of middle-aged and older small business owners. The University of Queensland New Staff Research Start-Up Fund, $11,970.


RESEARCH INTERESTS
Based on organisational and lifespan psychology theories, my research focuses on the determinants of successful ageing and development in the workplace. I am particularly interested in the factors that help people in different work roles and work environments maintain or increase their well-being, occupational future time perspective, motivation, creativity and performance with increasing age. The goal of my research is to gain a better understanding of how peoples
individual resources and constraints (e.g., self-regulatory strategies, generativity, or health) interact with the demands and resources provided by their work environment (e.g., complexity or organisational support) in promoting or impeding successful ageing at work.
To examine successful ageing in the work context, I have conducted empirical studies with employees in large and medium-sized organisations (profit- and non-profit), with people in leadership and managerial roles and with small and family business owners. Recently, I have begun to investigate the impact of life phase-specific opportunities and challenges faced by mature employees such as eldercare and dementia care responsibilities, informal mentoring roles, and the transition to retirement. My work is carried out in organisational and entrepreneurial settings using both cross-sectional and longitudinal survey designs as well as daily diary study designs.
Specific topics of interest:
Eldercare and dementia care responsibilities (Zacher & Winter, in press; Zacher, Jimmieson, & Winter, revise & resubmit)
Occupational future time perspective (Gielnik, Zacher, & Frese, in press; Schmitt, Zacher, & de Lange, under review; Zacher & Frese, 2009, 2011; Zacher, Heusner, Schmitz, Zwierzanska, & Frese, 2010; Zacher & de lange, 2011)
Generativity (Zacher, Rosing, Henning, & Frese, 2011; Zacher, Schmitt, & Gielnik, in press)
Legacy concerns (Zacher, Rosing, & Frese, 2011; Zacher, in preparation)
SOC strategies (Schmitt, Zacher, & Frese, under review; Zacher & Frese, 2011)
Leadership (Zacher, Rosing, & Frese, 2011; Zacher, Rosing, Henning, & Frese, 2011; Zacher & Bal, in press)
Entrepreneurship (Gielnik, Zacher, & Frese, in press)
Daily diary studies (Bissing-Olson, Iyer, Fielding, & Zacher, under review)
Wisdom in organisations (Greaves & Zacher, in preparation)
Innovation and proactivity (Zacher & Bock, in preparation)