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ד"ר עדנה רבנו

שם:ד"ר עדנה רבנו
תפקיד:מרצה, ראש הרשות לקידום הוראה
מחלקה:ביה"ס למנהל עסקים, ביה"ס למדעי ההתנהגות
טלפון:09-8607777
דוא"ל:edna.rabenu@gmail.com
השכלה
1994-1997  B.A. בפסיכולוגיה ומנהל עסקים – האוניברסיטה העברית ירושלים בהצטיינות.
1997-2001  M.A. במנהל עסקים בהתמחות ניהול והתנהגות ארגונית – אוניברסיטת בר-אילן בהצטיינות. תזה בנושא: " ממדי אישיות כחזאים של תהליכים דיפרנציאליים של עזיבה רצונית את הארגון". מנחים: פרופ' אברהם (רמי) שגיא ז"ל ופרופ' משה קראוס.
2008-2012 Ph.D  במנהל עסקים בהתמחות התנהגות ארגונית- אוניברסיטת בר-אילן. תזה בנושא: "הקשר בין הון פסיכולוגי, דרכי התמודדות עם לחץ בעבודה, שלומות וביצועים". מנחים: פרופ' דב אליצור ז"ל וד"ר איל יניב.
שרות צבאי
קורס קצינות תחזוקה – בהצטיינות.
קורס הדרכה טובה – בהצטיינות.
כסג"מ – שירות באוגדת עזה, בתפקיד קצינת מבצעים בתחזוקה.
כסגן – מדריכת קצינות חיילית בבה"ד 6. חשיפת דרגות ל כ- 80 קצינות בצה"ל.

Scholarly Conferences

Active Participation

 

 

RoleSubject of Lecture/DiscussionPlace of ConferenceName of ConferenceDate
LecturerComparing SSA and Factor Analysis – The case of coping with stress

Rabenu, E1., Elizur, D.,2 & Yaniv, E2.

1.Netanya Academic College

2. Bar-Ilan university

Riga, LatviaThe 14th ISSWOV Conference. Values in shock: The role of contrasting management, economic, and religious paradigms in the workplace2014 June-July
LecturerThe relationship between psychological capital capacities and coping strategies with stress at work.

Rabenu, E.

Tel Aviv, IsraelThe 36th Annual Conference of the Stress and Anxiety Research Society (STAR)2015

June- July

Facilitator (session chair) and lecturerWorkaholism – An interaction between internal and external factors

Rabenu, E., Shkoler, O., & Tziner, A., Netanya Academic College

 

New Haven, CT, USAThe 53rd annual meeting of the Eastern Academy of Management (EAM) Theme: Collaboration2016

May

LecturerManagement in the age of positive psychology.

Rabenu, E.

Kibbutz Shefayim, IsraelThe joint conference for the development of individuals, teams and organizations2017

February

Lecturer and poster presenterPsycho-Tribology: An interdisciplinary view on employees’ burnout processes [Presentation]

Rabenu, E.1, Etsion, I.2, Tziner, A1, Laor, N.3, & Oren, L.4

1.School of Behavioral Sciences
Netanya Academic College, Israel.

2.Mechanical engineering faculty Technion, Israel.

3. Department of medical education Tel-Aviv university, Israel.

4. Department of Behavioral Sciences Ariel university, Israel.

Retrospective on Work Relationships: Implications for the New Era Workplace [Poster]

Chernyak-Hai L. & Rabenu E*.

Netanya academic college, Israel

*The authors contributed equally to this work.

Washington, D.C., USAThe 125th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association (APA)2017, August
LecturerWhere are our relationships headed? Changes in Labor Relations in the New Era.

Rabenu, E.

Ruppin Academic CenterThe joint conference for the development of individuals, teams and organizations2018 February
Session chair and

lecturer

Symposium: Heavy work investment in the 21th century: New perspectives and cultural differences.

Understanding the relationship between antecedents of heavy work investment (HWI) and burnout. [Presentation]

Tziner, A1, Buzea, C.,2 Rabenu, E.1, Truta, C.,2 & Shkoler, O.3

1. Netanya Academic College, Israel.

2. Transilvania University of Brasov, Romania.

3. Perez Academic College, Israel.

“Until death do us part”: An explorative investigation of abandon-resistance among (very) old Entrepreneurs. [Presentation]

Ferrari, F.1 & Rabenu, E2.

1. School of Economics, Management and Statistics, University of Bologna, Italy

2. Netanya Academic College, Israel.

 

Trieste, Italy.The 16th ISSWOV Conference. Organization 4.1: the role of values in the organizations of the 21th century.2018

July

A mediatorThe subject of the round table- Finding terminology that can replace the term academic boycott (as it is not accurate)Netanya Academic College, Netanya, IsraelAcademic freedom round table2019

June 17

Non-traditional work arrangements: challenges for organizations and
workers (presentation)Rabenu, E.International student mobility: What are the underlying reasons for this phenomenon? (poster)Rabenu, E. & Shkoler, O.
Brasov (Romania)The 17th ISSWOV Conference.2020*

June 28 – July 1

 

*Accepted. Postponed to next year due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Organization of Conferences or Sessions

RoleSubject of Conference/

Role at Conference/

Comments

Place of

Conference

Name of

Conference

 

Date
Organizing and hosting the conferenceIn memory of Prof. Ayala Malach-PinesNetanya Academic College, Netanya, IsraelWork burnout29.12.13

 

Organizing the conference and lecturing.  Lecture title: The role of the human factor in the risk management theoryIn collaboration with the Israeli Society for Human Resource Management, Research and DevelopmentNetanya Academic College, Netanya, IsraelHuman risk management26.3.14
Organizing the conference and lecturing. Lecture title: Management, overwork and burnoutIn collaboration with Dr. Sharona Aharony–Goldenberg, Netanya Academic College and Prof. Lonnie Golden, Penn State Abington UniversityNetanya Academic College, Netanya, IsraelOverwork: Multi-Disciplinary Analysis24.12.14
Organizing and hosting the conferenceIn memory of Prof. Elchanan Israel MeirNetanya Academic College, Netanya, IsraelCareer decisions13.3.15
Organizing and hosting the conferenceIn collaboration with Dr. Ronit Waismel-Manor, Netanya Academic College, and with the Israeli Society for Human Resource Management, Research and DevelopmentNetanya Academic College, Netanya, IsraelWork, parenthood and career11.11.15
Organizing the conferenceIn collaboration with Dr. Lily Chernyak-Hai, and the Israeli Society for Employment consultancy (Ayellet)Netanya Academic College, Netanya, IsraelConsultants' knowledge of labor market4.5.2016
Organizing the conferenceIn collaboration with the Israeli Society for Human Resource Management, Research and DevelopmentNetanya Academic College, Netanya, IsraelThe annual Excellence in Human Resources Conference19.12.16
Organizing and chair of the Conference Session: Antidiscrimination laws in the workplace: Do they achieve their goal? Workers with disabilities as a test caseLaw and Space – multidisciplinary aspectsNetanya Academic College, Netanya, IsraelThe Israeli Law and Society Association annual conference (2017)6.2.17
Organizing Committee, Chair, lecturer of presentation

 

The philosophical and psychological status of facet theory’s mapping sentence as illustrated in a case study of workplace discrimination.

Rabenu, E., Netanya academic college, Israel, and Hackett, P.; Emerson College, USA. University of Gloucestershire University, UK. Of Cambridge, UK.

[Presentation]

Netanya Academic College, Netanya, Israel16th International Facet Theory Conference

 

June 26-29, 2017
Organizing the symposiumHeavy-Work Investment in the 21st century: New perspectives and cultural differences

 

The University of Trieste, Italy

 

The 16th ISSWOV Conference. Organization 4.1: the role of values in the organizations of the 21th century.2018

July

Organizing the conferenceIn collaboration with the Israeli Society for Employment consultancy (Ayellet)Netanya Academic College, Netanya, IsraelWho writes my career script2019

January

 

  1. Scholarly Conventions
RoleSubject of Lecture/DiscussionPlace of ConferenceName of ConferenceDate
 The structure of coping with stress.

[Presentation]

Rabenu, E1., Elizur, D.,2 & Yaniv, E2.

1.Netanya Academic College

2. Bar-Ilan university

Recife, BrazilThe 14th International Facet Theory Conference (FTA)2013 August
 HR Strength as a Mediator or a Moderator in the Relationship between HR Practices and Organizational Innovation? The Romanian Study [Poster]

Rabenu, E1., Tziner, A1., Sharoni, G1., Vasiliu, C2., & Felea, M.2

1.School of Behavioral Sciences
Netanya Academic College, Israel.

2. Bucharest Academy of Economics Studies, Bucharest, Romania.

Denver CO, USAThe 124th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association (APA)2016, August
 Organizing the confusion surrounding workaholism: New structure, measure and validation.

Shkoler, O1.

Rabenu, E1.

Cristinel1, V2

Sharoni, G1,

Tziner, A1.

 

1.Netanya Academic College, Israel.

2. Bucharest Academy of Economics Studies, Bucharest, Romania.

[Presentation]

Netanya Academic College, Netanya, Israel16th International Facet Theory Conference

 

June 26-29, 2017
 Explaining the Relationships between Leader-Member Exchange, Team-Member Exchange and Counterproductive Work Behavior: The Role of Work Engagement and Emotional Exhaustion.

[Presentation]

Lebron, M1., Tabak, F1., Shkoler, O.,2 & Rabenu, E.3.

1.Towson University, USA

2. Peres Academic Center, Israel

3. Netanya Academic College, Israel

Providence, Rhode Island., USAThe 55rd annual meeting of the Eastern Academy of Management (EAM) Theme: Impact: Making a difference through research, teaching & service2018

May

 

The comparison between factor analysis and smallest space analysis (SSA)

Sharoni, G1., Shkoler, O2., Rabenu, E1, Tziner, A.1, & Vasiliu, C3.

[Presentation]

1.     Netanya Academic College, Israel

2.     Peres Academic Center, Israel

3.     Bucharest Academy of Economics Studies, Bucharest, Romania.

The University of Trieste, Italy

 

The 16th ISSWOV Conference. Organization 4.1: the role of values in the organizations of the 21th century.2018

July

The complexity of heavy work investment: Opportunities and Threats

A moderated mediation analysis of the dynamics between team-member exchange and turnover intentions: Impact of work engagement and leader-member exchange.

 

Tabak, F. 1, Shkoler, Or2., Lebron, M. 1 and Rabenu, E.3

[Presentation]

1.Towson University, USA

2. Independent researcher, Israel

3. Netanya Academic College, Israel

 

Portland, Maine, US

 

The 57rd annual meeting of the Eastern Academy of Management (EAM). Conference Theme: Being Human in the Digital World

 

2020

June

  1. Invited Lectures\ Colloquium Talks
Presentation/CommentsName of ForumPlace of LectureDate
Coping with burnoutOccupational Physicians Association conference about work burnoutRabin Medical Center – Beilinson Hospital17.9.14
Performance appraisalKeynote speaker before graduate students.Academic College of Tel Aviv-Yafo, School of Behavioral Sciences4.6.15
Workaholism – An interaction between internal and external factorsDepartmental seminar at the Graduate School of Business Administration (in memory of Prof. Rami Sagi)Bar-Ilan University21.6.16
Performance appraisalKeynote speaker before graduate studentsAcademic College of Tel Aviv-Yafo, School of Behavioral Sciences7.6.16
The Relationship between Psychological Capital, Coping with Stress, Well-Being and PerformanceSymposium in Memory of Prof. Dov ElizurBar-Ilan University, School of Business Administration20.12.16
A challenge in research processes – Psychological capital and coping with stress and burnout as case studiesInvited lecture by Prof. Ram Herstein (Seminar for excellent students)

 

 

Faculty of Business at the College of Law and Business, Ramat Gan21.3.17
Power in managementInvited lecture by Dr. Julita Haber from Gabelli School of Business, Fordham University, New York. As part of the Israel global immersion: business management in IsraelNetanya Academic College

 

4.1.19
Workshop: Positive Psychology as the basis for creating personal and organizational leadership. Together with Ekroni Moshe, VP of Quality at Verint.Invited lecture from HR’USKfar hamacabiah15.9.19

 

Ph.D. Dissertation

Rabenu, E. (2012 Dec.). The relationship between psychological capital, strategies of coping with stress at work, well-being and performance. Bar-Ilan University. Supervisors: Prof. Dov Elizur and Dr. Eyal Yaniv. 162 pages. [Hebrew]See also items number 11, 14, 29, 31 in the publication list

 

 

 

 

 

 

Edited Books and Special Journal Issues

 Published

NumberImpact factorCitations
1Tziner, A., & Rabenu, E. (2011). Performance appraisal at work: Evolution and change. Ra'anana, Israel: Open University [Hebrew]. 5
2Tziner, A., & Rabenu, E. (2018). Improving Performance Appraisal at Work: Evolution and Change. Cheltenham, UK:  Edward Elgar Publishing Limited. 3
3Shkoler, O., Rabenu, E*., Hackett, P. M. W., & Capobianco, P. (2020). International Student Mobility and Access to Higher Education.  New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan. doi: https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-3-030-44139-5

*[Author of:

 
3aChapter 1: Defining International Student Mobility and Higher Education (pp. 1-27). Or Shkoler and Edna Rabenu. 1
3bChapter 3: The Reasons for International Student Mobility (pp. 61-125)

Edna Rabenu and Or Shkoler.

 1
3cChapter 4: Marketing Standpoints of International Students (pp. 127-191)

Or Shkoler and Edna Rabenu.

 
3dChapter 5: Recommendations and Remedies (pp. 193-220)

Edna Rabenu and Or Shkoler.]

 

Under Review

Number
4 Rabenu, E. (under review). 21st-Century Workplace Challenges: Perspectives and Implications for Relationships in New Era Organizations. Lanham, MD: Lexington books

Articles in Refereed Journals

Published

NumberImpact factorCitations
5Tziner, A., & Rabenu, E. (2007). Contextual and individual factors affecting rating behavior. Man and Work, 15, 7-22 [Hebrew].
6Rabenu, E. (2014). Amendment of the work and rest hours law for managers and workers in trusted jobs (Amendment 14): Will limiting working hours reduce burnout? Netanya Law Review, 9, 341-364 [Hebrew].
7Tziner, A., Rabenu, E., Radomski, R., & Belkin, A. (2015). Work stress and turnover intentions among hospital physicians: The mediating role of burnout and work satisfaction. Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, 31(3), 207-103. doi:10.1016/j.rpto.2015.05.001.IF = 1.565 (2019)

Q3

118
8Rabenu, E., & Tziner, A. (2016). Employee Resilience: A Faceted Analytical Approach. Industrial and Organizational Psychology, 9(02), 480-485. http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/iop.2016.43IF = 3.174 (2019)

Q2

2
9Rabenu E., & Tziner, A. (2016). Performance Appraisal in a Constantly Changing Work World. Industrial and Organizational Psychology, 9(02), 370-377.‏ http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/iop.2016.28.IF = 3.174 (2019)

Q2

11
10Rabenu, E., & Tziner, A. (2016). Selection of employees with disabilities – Has the burden on the employer become too heavy? Amfiteatru Economic, 18 (42), 423-431.IF = 1.625 (2020)

Q2

4
11Rabenu, E., Yaniv, E., & Elizur, D. (2016). The Relationship between Psychological Capital, Coping with Stress, Well-Being and Performance. Current Psychology, 36(4), 875-887. doi: 10.1007/s12144-016-9477-4IF =2.051 (2019)

Q2

39
12Rabenu, E., & Chernyak-Hai, L. (2017). Subtle discrimination as natural “Equal Reaction” to organizational actions, and practical ways to soften it. Industrial and Organizational Psychology, 10(1), 111-118. doiIF = 3.174 (2019)

Q2

1
13Shkoler, O., Rabenu, E., Vasiliu, C., Sharoni, G., & Tziner, A. (2017). Organizing the Confusion Surrounding Workaholism: New Structure, Measure, and Validation. Frontiers in Psychology, 8, 1803. doi:  https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2017.01803IF = 2.067; (2020)

Q1

8
14Rabenu, E. & Yaniv, E. (2017). Psychological Resources and Strategies to Cope with Stress at Work. International journal of psychological research, 10(2), 8-15. http://dx.doi.org/10.21500/20112084.2698SJR=0.26

(2019)

Q3

21
15Rabenu, E., Tziner, A., & Sharoni, G. (2017). The relationship between work-family conflict, stress, and work attitudes. International Journal of Manpower, 38 (8), 1143-1156. https://doi.org/10.1108/IJM-01-2014-0014

 

IF=1.000

(2019)

Q2

20
16Rabenu, E., & Aharoni-Goldenberg, S. (2017). Understanding the relationship between overtime and burnout. International Studies of Management and Organization (MIMO), 47(4), 324-335. https://doi.org/10.1080/00208825.2017.1382269IF=1.49 (2019)

Q2

10
17Shkoler, O., Rabenu, E., & Tziner, A. (2017). The dimensionality of workaholism and its relations with internal and external factors. Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, 33, 193-203. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.rpto.2017.09.002IF = 1.565 (2019)

Q3

18
18Rabenu, E., Tziner, A., Oren, L., Sharoni, G., & Vasiliu, C. (2018).  HR Strength as a Mediator or a Moderator in the Relationship between HR Practices and Organizational Innovation? The Romanian Study.  Journal of East European Management Studies23(2), 203-233. doi: 10.5771/0949-6181-2018-2-203IF=0.760 (2019)

Q3

5
19Rabenu, E., & Tziner, A. (2018). Adapting to the New Era: A necessary move for the advancement of robust science. Amfiteatru Economic, 20(48), 470-476. doi: 10.24818/EA/2018/48/470IF = 1.625 (2020)

Q2

4
20o   Chernyak-Hai, L., & Rabenu, E. (2018). The new era workplace relationships: Is social exchange theory still relevant? Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice, 11(3), 456-481. doi: https://doi.org/10.1017/iop.2018.5

* The authors contributed equally to this work

IF = 3.174 (2019)

Q2

38
21o   Tziner, A., Shkoler, O., Rabenu, E., & Oren, L. (2018) Antecedents to Burnout Among Hospital Doctors: Can they cope? Medical Research Archives, 6(10), 1-19.IF=1.87

(2019)

Q2

0
22o   Lebron, M., Tabak, F., Shkoler, O., & Rabenu, E. (2018).  Counterproductive Work Behaviors and Leader-Member Exchange: The Mediating Roles of Emotional Exhaustion and Work Engagement. Organization Management Journal (OMJ), doi:  10.1080/15416518.2018.1528857IF=0.27

(2019)

Q3

8
23o   Tziner, A., Buzea, C., Rabenu, E., Shkoler, O., & Truța, C. (2019). Understanding the Relationship Between Antecedents of Heavy Work Investment (HWI) and Burnout. Amfiteatru Economic, 21(50), 153-176. doi: 10.24818/EA/2019/50/153IF = 1.625 (2020)

Q2

5
24Rabenu, E., & Tziner, A. (2018). What Curbs Frontiers Research? A reaction to Rotolo et al.'s Paper. Industrial and Organizational Psychology, 11(2), 227-231. Doi:IF = 3.174 (2019)

Q2

0
25Rabenu, E., Shkoler, O., Lebron, M., Tabak, F. (2019). Heavy-Work Investment, Job Engagement, Managerial Role, Person-Organization Value Congruence, and Burnout: A Moderated-Mediation Analysis in USA and Israel. Current Psychology. 1-18. doi: 10.1007/s12144-019-00423-6IF =2.051 (2019)

Q2

1
26Shkoler, O., Rabenu, E., Tabak, F., & Lebron, M. J.  (2019). Leader- and team-member exchanges and their relationships with organizational and interpersonal counterproductive work behaviors: Moderation by envy and group size in Israel and USA. Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, 35(3), 145-156. doi: https://doi.org/10.5093/jwop2019a19IF = 1.565 (2019)

Q3

0
27·        Rabenu, E., & Tziner, A. (2020). Applying psychological capital to senior management development – a "must" and not "nice to have". International Journal of Business and Management, 15(2), 62-66.  doi: 10.5539/ijbm.v15n2p62

 

IF= 1.223

(2019)

0

Articles or Chapters in Scientific Books (which are not conference proceedings)

Published (Refereed)

 

 

Number

Citations
28Rabenu, E., Elizur, D., & Yaniv, E. (2015). Comparing SSA and Factor Analysis – The case of coping with stress. In: A. Roazzi, B.C. Souza & W. Bilsky (Eds.). Facet Theory: Searching for Structure in Complex Social, Cultural & Psychological Phenomena (pp. 139-152). Recife, Brazil: Editora Universitária/UFPE.

https://mega.nz/#!ekRlFb6C!eIWKqRSxZ_XbFLCq2XprNiSIA0QdI382MLlEVPZ-I4c

http://dx.doi.org/10.17879/87219503184

3
29Rabenu, E., Elizur, D., & Yaniv, E. (2015). The structure of coping with stress. In: A. Roazzi, B.C. Souza & W. Bilsky (Eds.). Facet Theory: Searching for Structure in Complex Social, Cultural & Psychological Phenomena  (pp. 167-182). Recife, Brazil: Editora Universitária/UFPE.

https://mega.nz/#!ekRlFb6C!eIWKqRSxZ_XbFLCq2XprNiSIA0QdI382MLlEVPZ-I4c

http://dx.doi.org/10.17879/87219503184

3
30Rabenu, E. (2017). Positive psychological capital: From strengths to power.  In: V. Muhlbauer & W. Harry (Eds.). Redefining management: Smart power perspectives (pp. 81-106). Switzerland, Cham: Springer Inc. doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-69209-8_62

 

Articles in Conference Proceedings

 

Published

 

Number
31Rabenu, E., Elizur, D., & Yaniv E. (2013). The structure of coping with stress. In: Roazzi, A.; Souza, B.C. & Bilsky, W. (Eds.). Facet Theory: Searching for Structure in Complex Social, Cultural & Psychological Phenomena (pp. 175-192). Editora Universitária/UFPE:Recife,Pernambuco. http://issuu.com/14fta/docs/issuu_fta_bookSee also article number 29 in section D
32Rabenu, E., Elizur, D., & Yaniv E. (2014). Comparing SSA and Factor Analysis – The case of coping with stress. In: Jorge F. S. Gomes & Joaquim P. Coelho (Eds.). Values in shock: The role of contrasting management, Economic, and Religious paradigms in the workplace (pp. 444-452). ISSWOV – International Society for the Study of Work & Organizational Values Department of Management and Marketing Louisiana State University:  Shreveport, LA, USA.See also article number 28 in section D

 

33Rabenu, E., Shkoler, O., & Tziner, A. (2016).  Workaholism – An interaction between internal and external factors. Eastern Academy of Management (EAM), New Haven, Connecticut USA.

 

Other Publications [Hebrew]

רבנו ע. וצינר, א. (2014). מיון עובדים בעלי לקות, האם הנטל על המעסיק הפך כבד מידי? פסיכואקטואליה, רבעון הסתדרות

הפסיכולוגים בישראל, פברואר, 10-13.

רבנו, ע. (2014). עובדים ממורמרים – סכנה לקיומו של העסק. Ynet  ( 25.03.14 )

http://www.ynet.co.il/articles/0,7340,L-4500592,00.html

 

רבנו, ע. ואהרוני-גולדנברג, ש. (2016). האם אפשר לייתר את עבודת היתר. דה מרקר (1.2.16)

http://www.themarker.com/opinion/1.2837232

 

רבנו, ע. (2016). חוזרים למהפכה התעשייתית: על הפרילנסרים – שבתקשורת כ"כ אוהבים להעסיק. Ice (25.5.16)

http://www.ice.co.il/opinions/news/article/429364

 

רבנו, ע. וצינר, א. (2016). החובות והזכויות של בעלי מוגבלות. גלובס (21.8.16).

http://www.globes.co.il/news/article.aspx?did=1001147361

 

צינר, א. ורבנו, ע. (2016). תנו לחרדים ללמוד בקמפוס נפרד. דה מרקר(30.8.16)

http://www.themarker.com/opinion/1.3052679

 

רבנו, ע. (2016). למה אנחנו עדיין צריכים משאבי אנוש. ynet (19.12.16)

http://www.ynet.co.il/articles/0,7340,L-4894812,00.html

 

 

רבנו, ע. (2019). להצטמצם או להתרחב? השכלת סטודנטים במאה ה-21. הארץ, מוסף קמפוס, עמוד 12 (10.3.19)

 

רבנו, ע. (2019).  120 שנה אחרי מחאת ה-1 במאי, העובדים לא פחות מנוצלים. דה מרקר – הארץ, עמוד 20 (1.5.19).

https://www.themarker.com/career/.premium-1.7185279

 

רבנו, ע. (2019). סטודנטים בינלאומיים – מנוע כלכלי בהישג יד. גלובס (17.11.19).

https://www.globes.co.il/news/article.aspx?did=1001307264

 

רבנו, ע. (2020).  על קורונה, חוסן ומה שביניהם. מוסף לימודים וקריירה Mako (20.3.2020). https://www.mako.co.il/study-career-career/articles/Article-54685d71833f071027.htm?sCh=3d385dd2dd5d4110&pId=1886690599

 

רבנו, ע. (2020) ללמוד באקדמיה זה משחק ילדים. מוסף חינוך והשכלה, דה מארקר, הארץ (31.3.2020)

https://www.themarker.com/labels/education-2020/1.8720670

 

רבנו ע. (2020). מרגישים שהכול גדול עליכם כרגע? יש לזה שם. וואלה בריאות (26.4.2020). https://healthy.walla.co.il/item/3350742

 

רבנו ע. (2020)הכי קל לוותר על לימודים לעובדים. זה לא אומר שזה נכון. וואלה עסקים (25.8.2020)

https://finance.walla.co.il/item/3382619

 

הופעות בתקשורת:

טלויזיה

"עושים סדר חדש" עם בן כספית. ראיון בנושא הגבלת יום העבודה  16.12.14. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rGOoWo47ilo

 

"עושים סדר חדש" עם בן כספית. ראיון בנושא שחיקה בעבודה. 8.1.14

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GaqYJOGPifQ

 

אולפן Ynet  עם עמית קוטלר, כתבה בילי פרנקל. סקר: השעות הנוספות – בחירה, לא אילוץ 20.2.16

https://www.ynet.co.il/articles/0,7340,L-4766532,00.html

 

 

רדיו

תכנית יומן הצהריים של גלי צה"ל עם יעל דן  בנושא שחיקה בעבודה (פרומו לכנס( 29.12.1

 

רשת ב' תכנית עם איריס לביא בנושא שחיקה בעבודה 30.12.13

תכנית יומן אזרחי ברשת ב' בנושא התמודדות עם לחץ הפוגע בתפקוד בעבודה בימים קשים אלה (צוק איתן) 4.8.14. תכנית עם פאר לי שחר.

 

תכנית "הקול בקריירה" עם חגית סנובסקי בנושא התמודדות עם שחיקה. תחנת רדיו אינטרנטית18.2.2015 I like my radio

http://www.successkey.co.il/#!untitled/c1u9h

 

עיתונות

מעריב און ליין- סקר לרגל יום האישה: 38% מהנשים בישראל הוטרדו מינית בעבודה. כרמית ספיר8.3.2015  ויץ   http://www.maariv.co.il/news/israel/Article-467198

 

 

כלכליסט- בתל אביב עובדים יותר שעות מאשר בניו יורק, לונדון או פריז. מעין מנלה. 28.9.15

http://www.calcalist.co.il/local/articles/0,7340,L-3669831,00.html

 

 

מעריב און ליין- כיצד תתמודדו עם השפעות המלחמה במקום העבודה. כרמית ספיר ויץ. 30.7.14

 

 

גלובס- אל תהססו לייחצן את עצמכם, גם מרחוק. שירי דובר 26.3.2020

https://www.globes.co.il/news/article.aspx?did=1001323331

 

וואלה עסקים- קיצצו לי 30 אחוז מהשכר, ואז הלכו והביאו מישהו שמרוויח פי 2 ממני. דוד רוזנטל 13.8.2020

https://finance.walla.co.il/item/3379833?utm_source=whatsup&utm_medium=sharebuttonapp&utm_term=social&utm_content=whatsup&utm_campaign=socialbutton

 

פורטלים

רבנו, ע. (2015). מתן הקלות במבחני מיון למועמדים בעלי הפרעות קשב ולקויות למידה – מניעת אפליה או הטעייה המעסיק? פורטל העמותה לניהול, פיתוח וחקר משאבי אנוש בישראל

http://www.anashim-hr.org.il/people-media-story-64769

 

Submitted Publications

number
Rabenu, E., & Tziner, A. (under review). Back to Routine after the Coronavirus Pandemic Lockdown– A Proposal from a Psychological Perspective. Industrial and Organizational Psychology. (18 June 2020)
Tziner, A. & Rabenu, E. (under review). The Corona Pandemic: A challenge to performance appraisal. Industrial and Organizational Psychology (18 June 2020)
Shkoler, O., Rabenu, E., Iqbal, M.Z., Ferrari, F., Hatipoglu, B., Roazzi, A., Kimura, T., Tabak, F., Moasa, H., Vasiliu, C., Tziner, A., and Lebron, M.J. (under review). Heavy-Work Investment scale and demographics in 9 countries: Did the COVID-19’s context make a difference? Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology (2 July 2020)

 

 

 

 

CURRICULUM VITAE

 

Edna Rabenu, PhD

 

 

Personal Details

Office Telephone Number: 972-9-8607802

Electronic Address: edna.rabenu@gmail.com

 

Education

Year of Approval of DegreeDegreeName of Institution

and Department

Period of Study
1997B.A.  (cum Laude)Psychology and Management, Hebrew University1994-1997
2001M.A. (Magna cum Laude)Business Administration (MBA) Management and Organizational Behavior, Bar-Ilan University1997-2001
2012Ph.D.

 

Business Administration Management and Organizational Behavior, Bar-Ilan University2008-2012
Title of Doctoral Dissertation The relationship between psychological capital, strategies of coping with stress at work, well-being and performance.
Names of Supervisors: Prof. Dov Elizur and Dr. Eyal Yaniv

 

Title of Thesis Dissertation Personality dimensions of employees as predictors of differential processes of voluntary turnover.
Names of Supervisors: Prof. Abraham Sagie and Prof. Moshe Krausz.

 

 

Academic Ranks and Tenure in Institutes of Higher Education

Rank/Position                                      Name of Institution and DepartmentDates
Adjunct LecturerNetanya Academic College, Schools of Behavioral Sciences and Business Administration2008-2013
Adjunct LecturerAcademic College of Tel Aviv-Yafo, School of Behavioral Sciences2011-2015
Doctoral InstructorNetanya Academic College, School of Behavioral Sciences2013-2014
LecturerNetanya Academic College, School of Behavioral Sciences2014- 2017
Senior LecturerNetanya Academic College, School of Behavioral Sciences2017- present
Adjunct Senior LecturerSchool of Business Administration, Bar-Ilan University2017- present

Offices in Academic Administration

Netanya Academic College

Head of the authority for promoting teaching (since 2020)

Member of the authority for promoting teaching (since 2016)

Member of teaching committee – School of Behavioral Sciences (since 2018)

Scholarly Positions and Activities outside the Institution

Membership in Professional Societies

APA- American Psychological Association, 2017-present (member ID is 00149347)

SIOP- Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, 2019-present (member ID is 140019)

FTA- Facet Theory Association, 2017- present

ISSWOV- International Society for the Study of Work and Organizational Values, 2018-present

Israeli Society for Human Resource Management, 2013 – present

Israeli Association for Organizational Development, 2013- present

IFOR – International Freedom of Research, 2015-present

Professional activities

Judge in the “Excellence in human resource” competition conducted by the Israeli Society for Human Resource Management, Research and Development, 2014-present

Reviewing experience

Reviewer of manuscripts in journals[1]

Ad-hoc reviewer – International Journal of Manpower (2015)

Ad-hoc reviewer – International Journal of Stress Management (2016)

Ad-hoc reviewer – Palliative & Supportive Care (2017)

Ad-hoc reviewer – Frontiers in Psychology (2017; 2019)

Ad-hoc reviewer – Innovations in Management (Coller school of management, Tel Aviv University) (2018) [Hebrew]

Ad-hoc reviewer – International Journal of Organizational Analysis (2018)

Ad-hoc reviewer –Journal of Workplace Learning (2018)

Ad-hoc reviewer -Applied Psychology: An International Review (2018)

Ad-hoc reviewer – Amfiteatru Economic: Special Issue on Heavy work investment (2020)

Ad-hoc reviewer – Group & Organization Management: Special issue on resilience (2020)

Reviewer of manuscripts in conferences

Ad-hoc reviewer – Division 14 (SIOP) APA Reviews (2017, 2018)

Ad-hoc reviewer -Academy of management annual conference (2018)

Reviewer of books

Elsevier publication – proposal for a new book by Prof. Paul Hackett (tentative title: Qualitative and Philosophical Facet Theory) (2017)

Scholarships, Awards and Prizes

Rabenu, E., Shkoler, O., & Tziner, A. (2016, May).  Workaholism – An interaction between internal and external factors. Eastern Academy of Management (EAM), New Haven, Connecticut USA.

Won the Outstanding Paper Award

Recognition

Netanya Academic College

Excellence in teaching (2012-2013; 2013-2014)

Outstanding faculty member (2014-2015)

 

Teaching

 

Netanya Academic College

Number of StudentsDegree

 

Type of Course

Lecture/Seminar/

Workshop/High Learn Course/ Introduction Course (Mandatory)

Name of CourseYear
40Undergraduate (BA)LectureJob evaluation and performance appraisal2008-present
40Undergraduate (BA)Introduction CourseJob analysis and staffing organizations2010-present
25-40Undergraduate (BA)WorkshopHuman Resource Management workshop2012-2020
40Undergraduate (BA)Introduction CourseTraining and organizational development2014-present
16Undergraduate (BA)SeminarIssues and Challenges in Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management2020- 2021
40Graduate (MA)

 

LectureMotivation and compensation2013-present
40Graduate (MA)

 

LectureManagement skills

 

2012-present
40Graduate (MA)

 

LectureConcepts in behavioral sciences2014-present
40Graduate (MA)

 

LectureDevelopment and management of teams2017-

present

Academic College of Tel Aviv-Yafo

Number of StudentsDegree

 

Type of Course Name of CourseYear
45Undergraduate (BA)LectureSelection, Training and Performance Appraisal (module of performance appraisal).2011-2015
 

Bar-Ilan University 

 

Number of StudentsDegree

 

Type of Course

 

Name of CourseYear
50Graduate (MA)

 

LectureManagement skills

 

2017present

 

 

Professional Experience

 

1991-1993: Officer in the Israeli Defense Forces; Graduated the corps officers' course and Instructors' course with distinction

1997-1999: Employed at "Mifne", an institute for career development, organizational consultation and occupational guidance

1999-2000: Social coordinator for a class of youth at risk in Hadera

Summary of my Activities and Future Plans

My research activities concentrate on the person in organization, especially in view of changes occurring in the workplace. My aim is to promote knowledge that may lead to a better workplace for employees, managers and the organization alike. I find that to achieve thorough understanding and get to the truth we have to integrate research from various disciplines. As part of this, I am collaborating and intend to collaborate in the future with researchers from various disciplines: psychology, business administration, medicine, engineering, law and more. Combining forces will allow the theoretical whole to be greater than the sum of its parts, particularly in studying modern research domains such as mental burnout at work, employee's resilience, workaholism, and subtle discrimination in organizations.

Research Interests

Performance appraisal; Heavy work investment; Workaholism; Coping with stress; Burnout; Psychological capital; Resilience; Human resource management; Workplace in the 21th century; Mobility of international students.

 

 

Special Projects

I was involved in a research project at Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center (Ichilov) on physicians according to an innovative model based on combining psychology and engineering, in collaboration with Prof. Yitzhak Etzion (Technion), Prof. Nathaniel Laor (Tel Aviv University), Prof. Aharon Tziner (Netanya Academic College), Dr. Lior Oren (University of Ariel).

Cooperation with Dr. Julita Haber, (Director, Full time MBA Program and Clinical Assistant Professor, Communications and Media Management) from Gabelli School of Business, Fordham University, New York. Assisting in organizing Israel global immersion: business management in Israel. January 2019

Volunteering

2017- present, founder and one of the leading team members of “Mothers with meaning” community in Hadera

https://www.facebook.com/groups/197517684171947/

[1] See confirmation for these review verifications in Publons https://publons.com/dashboard/records/review/

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