Dipl.-Psych. Daniel Gläser

E-Mail: glaeser@respectresearchgroup.org

[Thema/ Forschung]

Daniel Gläser is doing a PhD on incentives in organizations. He investigates when and under what conditions financial bonuses can lead to negative effects on employee behavior. In particular, he focuses on the interpersonal and competitive behavior of employees when they receive performance-related bonuses. Besides his PhD, Daniel is a co-founder and consultant for subject:RESOUL in Berlin.

Daniel Gläser studied Psychology focusing on industrial & organizational psychology and educational psychology. In his diploma thesis („Trotz Fleiß kein Preis? Political Skill als Moderator des Zusammenhangs von Gewissenhaftigkeit und Leistung”) he examined the interaction of Political Skill and Conscientiousness on the performance evaluation (through supervisor) and the income of employees. The results were published in a joint publication with Prof. Gerhard Blickle in an article at “Zeitschrift für Arbeits- und Organisationspsychologie”.

In 2005, as a member of the organization team Daniel Gläser supported the preparation and holding of the 4th Conference of the Labor, Organizational and Economic Psychology Division of the German Psychological Society. In 2007 he was invited to the 13th Academy of the Deutsches Netzwerk Wirtschaftsethik which is a one week meeting of scholarship holders.

After gaining several years of experience in organizational and industrial practice, he joined RespectResearchGroup in 2012 to examine organizational behavior again from a scientific approach. In July 2013, he and Catharina Decker took over the RespectResearchGroup vice director position. From 2014 until summer 2016, Daniel and Catharina have been leading the RespectResearchGroup.

In the course of his studies Daniel Glaeser gained practical experiences during several internships and worked as a freelance student for management consultancies and larger companies. From 2008 until the end of 2011 he worked as a Senior Consultant for Kienbaum Management Consultants GmbH in Düsseldorf and Berlin, focusing on HR Strategy & Organisation and Talent Management. His projects for international clients had topics such as Reorganisation of HR Management, Employer Branding, Mergers, Management Diagnostics & Development and Organisational Culture. During his employment at Kienbaum, Daniel co-published several articles with colleagues in practice-oriented journals.

Since 2012, Daniel is a freelance consultant and coach for subject:RESOUL (formerly Förster & Netzwerk) in Berlin. subject:RESOUL focuses on developing and establishing collaboration and leadership in organizations. For four years in a row, the economics journal brand eins listed Förster and Netzwerk as one of the best consultancies in Germany for the topics leadership, organization, and HR. More information can be optained here: subject:RESOUL .

Articles & Conferences:

Glaeser, D., van Gils, S., Van Quaquebeke, N. (2017). Pay-for-Performance and Interpersonal Deviance:
Competitiveness as the Match that Lights the Fire. Journal of Personnel Psychology, 16, 77-90. Winner of 2017 Best Paper Award in Journal of Personnel Psychology.

Glaeser, D., van Gils, S., Van Quaquebeke, N. (2015). Financial Bonuses and Interpersonal Deviance:  Competitiveness as the Match that Lights the Fire. Paper presented at the 5th European Reward Management Conference, Brussels, BEL, Dec. 11th-12th.

Blickle, G. & Gläser, D. (2009). Politische Fertigkeiten und Arbeitsstile: Eine Feldstudie. Zeitschrift für Arbeits- und Organisationspsychologie, 53, 94-103.

Book chapters:

Gläser, D. & Blickle, G. (2013). Ethische Fragen arbeits- und organisationspsychologischer Forschung [Ethical Issues regarding Research in Work and Organizational Psychology]. In M.A. Wirtz, H.O. Häcker & K.-H. Stapf (Hrsg), Dorsch Lexikon der Psychologie. Bern: Huber.

Online and practically oriented publications:

Gläser, D. (2014). Gefährliche Belohnungen: Wie Vergütungssysteme schaden können. [Dangerous incentives: How compensation systems can be detrimental]Wirtschaftspsychologie aktuell, Heft 4/2014, S. 42-45.

Gläser, D. (2013). Entlohnungssysteme und Moral in Organisationen [Compensation Systems and Ethics in Organizations]. Wissenswert 2, 15-18.

Dirrigl, T. & Gläser, D. (2010). Sustainable HR: Zur Rolle der Personalarbeit in einer nachhaltigen Unternehmensführung. Kienbaum Diskussionsbeiträge zum Personalmanagement (published online).

Dirrigl, T. & Gläser, D. (2009) Corporate Responsibility: Werte als Werthebel für Unternehmen. B+P Zeitschrift für Betrieb und Personal, 449-452.

Lassalle, J., Gläser, D. & Schubert, P. (2009) Unternehmenskultur in Zeiten der Krise – welche Kultur ist die „richtige“? B+P Zeitschrift für Betrieb und Personal, 375-378

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