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SUN, Cong

Title:

Lecturer

Education Background

PhD in Management, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

MA in Management, The Central University of Finance and Economics

BA in Management, The Central University of Finance and Economics

Research Field
Personal values; Affect and emotions in the workplace; Employee voice; Customer mistreatment
Courses
Human Resource Management, Organizational Behavior
Personal Website

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Cong_Sun4

Email

congsun@cuhk.edu.cn

Biography:


Dr. Sun Cong received a PhD degree in Management from The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) in 2017. He received his Master and Bachelor degrees both from The Central University of Finance and Economics. Currently he is a lecturer in Management in School of Management and Economics, CUHK Shenzhen. Before joining CUHK Shenzhen, he worked as teaching assistant, research assistant, and part-time instructor at CUHK. His research interest is to integrate personal values (which reflect how people want to experience the world), affect and emotions in the workplace (which reflect how people actually experience the world), and voice (which is an approach to communicated with the world) to understand, predict, and influence workplace behaviors.


Academic Publications:


1. Zhu, X., Law, K. S., Sun, C., & Yang, D. (2018). Thriving of employees with disabilities: The roles of job self-efficacy, inclusion, and team learning climate. Human Resource Management. doi: 10.1002/hrm.21920

2. Yang, D., Sun, C., Zhu, X., & Fu, P. P. (2017). Get resources from work and engage in voice: How and why P-E fit affects voice behavior. Academy of Management Proceedings, 1. doi: 10.5465/AMBPP.2017.89

3. Yu, G., Fu, P. P., Qu, Q., Liu, J., & Sun, C. (2016). Chinese life values: A revised indigenous instrument and Chinese values theory (in Chinese). Nankai Business Review, 19(6), 70–80. doi: 10.3969/j.issn.1008-3448.2016.06.008

4. Fu, P. P., & Sun, C. (2013). “Big I” builds up brilliant leaders (in Chinese). Tsinghua Business Review, (2), 78–84.

5. Sun, C. (2011). The development process of CPM theory and insights into localizing leadership theories in the Chinese context (in Chinese). Human Resource Management, 56(5), 37–39.