Klaudia Martynowska

Klaudia Martynowska
John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin · Institute of Pedagogy

Doctor of Psychology

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Education
September 2008 - September 2009
University of East London
Field of study
  • Organizational Psychology
September 2005 - June 2008
University of Bedfordshire
Field of study
  • Psychology

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Higher education has been undergoing a number of changes in recent years, and its effect is to be not only the diploma but the competencies needed for professional work. The employment model has also changed-currently, employees change jobs more often, contracts are rather short-term, and work requires the acquisition of new competencies in line wi...
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The study employed the Socratic method to conduct 32 semi-structured interviews with future successors of family firms, to explore the relationship between entrepreneurial leadership and job crafting. Socratic questions were used to grasp regularities of participants’ behavior. Inference by analogy was employed to foster rational and inductive reas...
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Self-perceived employability (SPE) is defined as the ability to attain sustainable employment appropriate to one's qualification level (Rothwell 2008) and perceived as a crucial factor in university graduates' career development. Meanwhile, University students are mainly assessed through the lens of academic achievement, which depend, inter alia, o...
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Employability, understood as a set of achievements – skills, knowledge, personal qualities – that make graduates employable and successful in their profession, is more and more often a subject of research, both in the context of improving the educational offer of universities, as well as examining the quality of life and professional satisfaction o...
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Objective This study aimed to investigate factors affecting personal well-being of Polish immigrants living in the UK in the face of a significant political change—the Brexit vote. We measured perceived changes in attitude or behaviour of supervisors and co-workers, respondents’ perceived stress, and its outcomes such as psychological well-being an...
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Evidence on the association of religiosity and academic attainment is consistent, thus suggesting additional factors intervene in this relationship. We proposed and tested a model with two concepts from the field of positive psychology: psychological capital and psychological resilience. We hypothesised that these mediate the association between re...
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This conceptual article seeks to address the nature of communication in family business between family members-the leader and the follower. Dynamics of this relation are explored in the light of the characteristics of the leader, such as emotional intelligence and the type of executed leadership. The results of the elaboration underlines the entrep...
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Interpersonal conflicts have a detrimental effect on the present and future functioning of family business, especially within the leader and the follower dynamics, reflected in a parent-child dyad. The conflicts often affect succession planning when future successor joins the business while having different occupational passion. The present paper e...
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The area which has not received significant academic attention is the nature of relational dynamics between a leader and a follower who are both family members. Additionally, there has not been any research conducted so far which has elucidated development of entrepreneurial behaviors of individuals with unanswered occupational calling who joined a...
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What aspects of trait emotional intelligence promote happiness and which contributes to perceived stress? Do men and women differ in terms of emotional knowledge? Does culture determine distinctions in the realm of emotions? 72 students form University of Bedfordshire, in the age range of 19 years old to 50 years old, 19 White European,10 Chinese,...
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Niniejszy artykuł stanowi przegląd literatury na temat stresu doświadczanego przez funkcjonariuszy w polskich jednostkach penitencjarnych. Przytoczone zostały zarówno rozważania teoretyczne jaki i wyniki analiz empirycznych. Posiłkując się podziałem zaproponowanym przez Machela (2001) opisano kolejno stresory wynikające z pracy w bezpośrednim konta...

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