Eva Boštjančič
PhD; Associate Professor in Psychology of Work and Organizations
1972, Ljubljana

Biography

She is the Associate Professor in Work and Organizational Psychology at the Department of Psychology, Faculty of Arts. Her research interests are in leadership, stress, cultural intelligence, and positive approaches in organizations. She is also a business advisor – she advises, conducts workshops, and gives lectures for employees in the economy and the public sector.

Education:

1996 B. A. of Psychology, Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana, Major field of study: Psychology

2002 M. Sc. of Psychology, Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana, Major field of study: Psychology of Work and Organisation

2009, Ph. D. of Psychology Science, Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana, Dissertation title: Influence of leader behaviour and motives on employee commitment, effectiveness, motivation, and satisfaction

Experience

Senior Consultant

  • Profil d.o.o. (Human Resource consultant company), Ljubljana

  • 1996-2006

  • Consultant projects (assessment centre, job descriptions, job evaluations, performance appraisal process, management development, management skills assessment and training, outplacement), head-hunting, direct search and selection, researches (employee satisfaction survey, customer satisfaction survey)

Consultant and CEO

  • BRIO svetovalni center, d.o.o. (consulting company), Ljubljana

  • 2006-2010

  • Direct search and selection (analysis of the client’s needs, functions and responsibilities, detailed profile definition and description, determining the most suitable selection criteria and methods on the basis of the position, detailed and/or competence based interviews, reference-taking, on-going contact after hiring), consultant projects (assessment centre, job descriptions, job evaluations, performance appraisal process, management development, management skills assessment and training, outplacement), researches (employee satisfaction survey), communication, ethics and corporate culture, talent development management, trainings (stress management, communication skills, meetings, job interview…)

Assistant

  • Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana

  • 2004-2011

  • Responsible for courses Psychology of Work and Organization, Coordination of obligatory study’s practice

Assistant Professor

  • Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana

  • 2011-2016

  • Primary teaching areas: Personnel Psychology, Organizational Psychology, Psychodiagnostics and Psychological Interventions in the Workplace

Associate Professor in Psychology of Work and Organizations

  • Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana

  • 2016-

  • Primary teaching areas: Personnel Psychology, Organizational Psychology, Psychodiagnostics and Psychological Interventions in the Workplace

Teaching

Assistant (2004-2011)

  • Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana: Psychology of Work and Organization

Assistant Professor (2011-2016)

Associate Professor (2016- )

  • Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana: Introduction to Work and Organizational Psychology, Work Psychology, Personnel Psychology, Organizational Psychology, Consumer Psychology, Psychodiagnostics and Psychological Interventions in the Workplace

  • Faculty of Administration, University of Ljubljana: Psychology of Work

  • Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Ljubljana: Psychology of Work and Organization

Research

  • Researcher of the research project Inovative solutions for A Better work environment (Izboljševanje delovnega okolja z inovativnimi rešitvami INODEL), financed by European Social Fund and Ministry of Labour, Family and Social Affairs of the Republic of Slovenia (2009-2012)

  • Work Engagement

  • Cultural Intelligence (2015-2016)

Memberships

  • Slovenian Psychologists’ Association (DPS)

  • Slovenian Human Resource Association (SKZ)

Selected publications

  • MOLAN, Ingrid, BOŠTJANČIČ, Eva. How do epistemological beliefs affect training motivation?. Dynamic relationships management journal, ISSN 2232-5867, May 2014, vol. 3, no. 1, str. 57-68.

  • BOŠTJANČIČ, Eva, KORAČIN, Nika. Returning to work after suffering from burnout syndrome: perceived changes in personality, views, values, and behaviors connected with work. Psihologija, ISSN 0048-5705, 2014, vol. 47, br. 1, str. 131-147.

  • STARE, Janez, PEZDIR, Maja, BOŠTJANČIČ, Eva. Links between perceived leadership styles and self-reported coping strategies. Psihologijske teme, ISSN 1332-0742, 2013, vol. 22, no. 3, str. 413-430.

  • BOŠTJANČIČ, Eva, VIDMAR, Marina. Karierna pričakovanja študentov psihologije = Psychology students’ career expectations. Psihološka obzorja, ISSN 1318-1874. [Tiskana izd.], 2011, letn. 20, št. 1, str. 63-78.

Contact information

Office hours   Thursday, 10:30 -12:00 am
Room   125 A
Telephone   01 241 11 62
email   eva.bostjancic@ff.uni-lj.si
Webpage   http://www.psihologijadela.com