Manaswita Bharadwaja

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Manaswita Bharadwaja

Assistant Professor

Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management

Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management

manaswita.b@iimbg.ac.in

Overview:

Dr. Manaswita Bharadwaja has a Ph.D. in Organizational Behaviour and Social Psychology from Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati. Her doctoral thesis investigated how different approaches of empowerment at workplace act on employee health and well-being and work attitudes. She has completed her undergraduate and postgraduate studies in Psychology from University of Delhi.

Academic background:

  • Ph.D., Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati
  • M.A. in Psychology, University of Delhi
  • B.A. (Psychology Hons.), University of Delhi

Teaching Interests:

  • Organizational Behaviour
  • Positive Psychology Interventions at Workplace
  • Social Psychology in Organizations
  • Leadership
  • Basic Psychological Processes
  • Qualitative Research

Research Interests:

  • Psychological Empowerment
  • Psychological Capital
  • Approaches to Health and Well-being at Workplace
  • Work Motivation
  • Positive Leadership
  • Job Attitudes
  • Organizational Development
  • Organizational Culture

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Research Publication:

  • Bharadwaja, M., & Tripathi, N. (2020). Linking empowering leadership and job attitudes: The role of psychological empowerment. Journal of Asia Business Studies, ahead of print. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1108/JABS-03-2020-0098
  • Tripathi, N., & Bharadwaja, M. (2020). Empowering Leadership and Psychological Health: The Mediating Role of Psychological Empowerment. Employee Responsibilities and Rights Journal, 32, 97-121.
  • Ghosh, V., Bharadwaja, M., Ghosh, S., & Kabra, G. (2019). Team-member exchange and innovative work behaviour: A moderated mediation examination. International Journal of Innovation Science, 11(3), 344-361.
  • Tripathi, N., & Bharadwaja, M. (2019). Psychological empowerment and stress: Role of personality and power-distance. Journal of Indian Business Research, 11(3), 281-298.
  • Tripathi, N., Bharadwaja, M., Ghosh, V., & Kataki, B. B. (2018). CSR activities of a hospital: Perspectives of stakeholders. International Journal for Business Excellence, 15(4), 502-519.

Conference Presentation:

  • Tripathi, N., & Bharadwaja, M. (2018, June). Empowering leadership, psychological empowerment and employee well-being: A qualitative study. Paper accepted for presentation at the meeting of the 29th International Congress of Applied Psychology, Montreal, Canada.
  • Tripathi, N., Bharadwaja, M. & Tripathi, S. (2016, December). Psychological empowerment and stress: Is the relationship really negative?. Paper presented at the 26th Annual Convention of the National Academy of Psychology (NAOP), Indian Institute of Technology Madras, Chennai, India.
  • Tripathi, N., Bharadwaja, M., Ghosh, V. & Kataki, B. B. (2016, April). CSR activities and perspectives of stakeholders: Case study of a hospital. Paper presented at AIB India Chapter Conference, Indian Institute of Management Indore, Indore, India.
  • Tripathi, N., Bharadwaja, M., Sharma, N., Kausik, N. H., & Dhaka, S. (2014, July). Self-disclosure in cyber space. Poster presented at the meeting of the 28th International Congress of Applied Psychology, Paris, France.
  • Bharadwaja, M., & Saran, T. (2010, March). Insurgency in Assam and social well-being. Paper presented in the National Seminar on Aggression and Violence: Challenges to Social Well- Being, Jamia Milia Islamia University, New Delhi, India.
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