Jennifer Korman is doing her PhD under supervision of Prof. Dr. Niels Van Quaquebeke and Prof. Christian Tröster, PhD. In her research, she investigates how leaders handle their first adoption of a leading position and how this role adoption should be organized so that negative effects on the leaders’ feelings and behavior can be prevented.
Jennifer completed her Bachelor program in Psychology at the University of Trier and holds a Master’s degree in Psychology from the University of Hamburg (2014). Linking Work and Organizational Psychology with Clinical Psychology in her master thesis, she investigated which specific mental strains leaders of different hierarchical levels are confronted with.
In November 2011 Jennifer joined the KLU as a student assistant and worked here as student/graduate assistant until September 2015. From October 2015 to August 2018 her PhD was founded by a PhD scholarship of the German Academic National Foundation. Since September 2018, she is working part-time in the health sector as a neuropsychologist.
Broadening her practical knowledge in Clinical Psychology Jennifer completed a primary training course in rational-emotive and cognitive-behavioral theory and techniques at the German subsidiary of the Albert Ellis Institute in New York in 2014.
Since 2010 Jennifer is a member of the interdisciplinary RespectResearchGroup in Hamburg. Within the RespectResearchGroup she pursued an internship, her master thesis and nowadays her PhD. In 2015 she organized the colloquium “Respect and leadership” which took place at the KLU in October 2015.
Member of the RespectResearchGroup
|2011 - 2015|
Student/graduate assistant at the Kühne Logistics University in the field of Leadership and Organizational Behavior
Graduate assistant at the Leuphana University in Lüneburg, Germany of the Department Performance Management
|2011 - 2014||Internships in the field of Clinical Psychology and Counseling: Psycho-diagnostic counseling practice in Hamburg-Wandsbek, Germany; Schön Klinik Bad Bramstedt, Germany; Educational and Psychological Counseling REBUS Nord, Germany|
|2012 - 2013||Student assistant at the University Medical Centre Hamburg-Eppendorf, Germany|
|2010||Internship at the RespectResearchGroup|
|2006||Internship at the chair of Developmental and Educational Psychology of the Psychological Department of the University of Cologne|
Phd studies in Psychology at Kühne Logistics University, founded by a PhD scholarship of the German Academic National Foundation
|2011 - 2014|
Master of Science in Psychology at the University of Hamburg
|2008 - 2011||Bachelor of Science in Psychology at the University of Trier, Germany|
- Ulrich, J., & Van Quaquebeke, N. (2017). What it takes to become a healthy leader: Insights from clinical interviews with burned-out leaders on the resources necessary to transition into a new leadership role. Research presented at the European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology Small Group Meeting: New Directions in Burnout Research, Utrecht, NL, September 28th-29th.
- Ulrich, J., & Van Quaquebeke, N. (2017). Demands and Resources for New Leaders - Insights from Clinical Interviews. Paper presented at the European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology 2017, Dublin, IR, May 17th-20th.
- Ulrich, J., & Van Quaquebeke, N. (2017). Mastering the Transition into a New Leadership Position: What Would Have Helped Exhausted Leaders. Paper presented at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting 2017, Atlanta, GA, August 4th-8th.
- Ulrich, J., Van Quaquebeke, N., Moritz, S. (2016). The Effect of Leaders’ Hierarchy Level on Leader Anxiety and Depression: A Control Perspective. Paper presented at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting 2016, Anaheim, CA, August 5th-9th.
- Ulrich, J., Van Quaquebeke, N., Moritz, S. (2016). The Effect of Leaders’ Hierarchy Level on Leader Anxiety and Depression: A Control Perspective. Paper presented at the 50th Meeting of German Psychological Society, Leipzig, GER, September 18th - 22nd.