Fayruza Ismagilova

Fayruza Ismagilova
Ural Federal University | UrFU · Department of Psychology

Doctor of Psychological Sciences

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Introduction
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE AREAS Research agenda: 1) Effectiveness & efficiency of professional performance; 2) Social and Work experience as competitive advantage on labor market ; 3) Professional development for elders; 4) Implicit and explicit beliefs in decision making; 5) Subjective criteria of trust on international business relations; 6) Cross-culture comparative research Teaching activities: Teaching and delivering lectures in English and Russian(main) 1) HRM; Organizational behavior 3) Psychology of experience and perfomance 4) Theoretical & emprical researches in Psychology and Social sciences Other activities: 1) Professional counselling; 3) Lessons for bilingual children, studing Russian as second language,on Logics and Professional orientation
Additional affiliations
September 2013 - present
Ural Federal University
Position
  • Part-time PROFESSOR
Description
  • Teaching Mentoring Research with Ljubljana University (Slovenia) Participation on Dissertation council Membership at Editorial Boards of Journals “Changing Personalities &Society”, “Izvestia UrFU”
January 2010 - December 2011
Ural Federal University
Position
  • Participant on Research group
Description
  • Research results: The list of organizational and psychological impact factors on the innovative development of Russian organizations (based on the analysis of web-sites of Ural enterprises) | 4 articles | Presentations at 2 Russian conferences
January 2007 - December 2009
Ural Federal University
Position
  • Head of research group
Description
  • Research results: Description of 12 stereotypes of Russian managers’ decision making (based at the analysis of 1700 problems of managerial performance) | 5 articles in RINC system edition| Presentations at 2 International Conferences (Russia, Germany)
Education
March 1999 - May 2000
Lomonosov Moscow State University
Field of study
  • Psychology
September 1972 - June 1977
Lomonosov Moscow State University
Field of study
  • Work and Engeneering Psychology, Ergonomics

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Publications (22)
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People with disabilities have been increasingly regarded as the most powerful and overlooked workforce in the labor market, although frequently confronted with ineffectiveness in cooperation with colleagues without disabilities. The traditional paradigm of inclusion considers blind people as dependents needing help. Inclusive society is highly aime...
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While Uzbekistan strives to preserve its traditional culture and values (for example, respect for elders), interest in modern teaching methods is growing incrementally. This study aims to investigate whether and to what extent the national context affects teaching methods, in particular the interactive methods, which Uzbek professors use for traini...
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Background and purpose: Trust is embedded into the national culture. It is a tool that helps create strategic partnerships and facilitates deals that carry certain risks. Cultural differences and norms can affect business relations, but more often focus is on the obvious differences. Although trust in a business partner may be due to non-obvious di...
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The problem of age diversity in the workplace is becoming increasingly important, especially because of the ageing workforce. Knowledge-sharing should therefore be encouraged among employees of different ages. The topic of this research is the role of age-based differentiation or intergenerational differentiation in motivation to share knowledge. P...
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The problem of age diversity in the workplace is becoming increasingly important, especially because of the ageing workforce. Knowledge-sharing should therefore be encouraged among employees of different ages. The topic of this research is the role of age-based differentiation or intergenerational differentiation in motivation to share knowledge. P...
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Abstract The article presents the results of analysis of middle managerial activity problems, collected through written questionnaire of 254 middle managers of industrial enterprises in the Ural region of Russia. 1270 problems were collected, but only 580 choose to be analyzed. The following parameters were made as attributes for division: attitude...
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Identifying and understanding the similarities and differences between subjective trust criteria in Russian and European business can help offer scientific recommendations for the development of long-term international business cooperation, based on mutual trust, despite the differences between both cultures. The purpose of this study is to describ...
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In this article, the first stage results of a Russian-Slovenian cross-cultural study are presented. The main purpose of the study is to describe key structural factors in the subjective criteria of performance monitoring used by Russian and Slovenian managers. The study, which comprises three steps, is of a comparative nature. In the first stage, d...
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In this article, the first stage results of a Russian-Slovenian cross-cultural study are presented. The main purpose of the study is to describe key structural factors in the subjective criteria of performance monitoring used by Russian and Slovenian managers. The study, which comprises 3 steps, is of a comparative nature. In the first stage, diffe...
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Aim. The results of the first stage of the Russian-Slovenian crosscultural research are provided in the present article; the purpose is identification of the key factors that have an impact on the choice of control criteria of a management activity by the Russian and Slovenian leaders.Methods. Empirical information acquisition was made on the basis...
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Problem: When two different generations interact they face difficulties because of different points of view. But what if participants of interaction belong not only to different generations but at the same time to different professional groups – manager and subordinates? What aged experts’ performance features don’t Russian managers don’t satisfied...
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The article studies the problem of determination of an executive's personal contribution to a company's activities. In order to solve this problem the authors offer The Model of subjective criteria for job control. In this article a theoretical and practical substantiation of the model is discussed. It is suggested that the model should be used wit...
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This study aims at investigating Russian managers’ set of measurable and unmeasurable criteria of the effectiveness of their professional activities. The content analyses and statistical analyses were applied. The results of this study demonstrated that Russian experienced managers use the similar number of measurable and unmeasurable criteria to c...
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This study aims at investigating Russian managers' set of measurable and unmeasurable criteria of the effectiveness of their professional activities. The content analyses and statistical analyses were applied. The results of this study demonstrated that Russian experienced managers use the similar number of measurable and unmeasurable criteria to c...
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This article deals with the results of a pilot research of a subjective system of activity criteria represented in professional experience of business managers from the Ural region. The authors investigate the question of changes in an individual criterionoriented system of assessing effectiveness of activities depending on a subject's professional...
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Delphi II is a 3 year EU-funded project aimed at supporting the development of professional and vocational education and training. The project is being delivered by an international consortium co-ordinated by the British Council, drawing on expertise from across Russia and the European Union. Part of the project is devoted to assisting Management T...
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This article analyses the characteristics and types of interpersonal relations between participants and tutors in a Russian MBA programme. The authors use MBA candidates’ motivation entrance essays to analyse the cognitive needs of MBA students. The evolution of these needs over the last three years is analysed in the context of the evolution of t...

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Exploring the differences and similarities of European and Russian partners’ subjective criteria of mutual trust.
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The objective of research is to bring to light some challenges that can arise in multinational cooperation by exploring the differences and similarities of European and Russian partners’ subjective criteria of mutual trust. This study will make three primary theoretical contributions by (1) describing the ratio between implicit and explicit criteria of trust, (2) comparing these ratios in Russian and European experts’ social groups, and (3) considering the alignment between Russian and European subjective criteria of mutual trust. The interim targets are (1) based on theoretical analysis of European and Russian studies to work out and test the list of words indicating the kinds of actions and behavior associated with credibility, (2) to provide survey of European and Russian experts participated European-Russian cooperation, (3) to discuss obtained results, prepare recommendations and describe avenue for future researches.