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I am an Assistant Professor at School of Social and Behavioral Sciences, Tilburg University, Department of Human Resource Studies. My current research interests include relational HR - the interplay between organizational context and individual behaviors, social networks and work relationships, organizational socialization and employability. My work has been published in distinguished academic journals such as The Leadership Quarterly, Human Resource Management Review, British Journal of Management, International Journal of Project Management, European Management Journal and Scientometrics, among the others.

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Recent publications

  1. The elephant in the room? - Exploring the motivational antecedents of…

    Paas, J., Poell, R. F., & Batistič, S. (Accepted/In press). The elephant in the room? Exploring the motivational antecedents of servant leadership. Leadership and Organizational Development Journal.
  2. Goal congruence in teams and performance - The role of (shared) psych…

    Schreuder, F., Schalk, R., & Batistič, S. (2020). Goal congruence in teams and performance: The role of (shared) psychological contract fulfilment. Journal of Management and Organization.
  3. Sustainable graduate employability - An evaluation of ‘brand me’ pres…

    Tymon, A., Harrison, C., & Batistič, S. (2020). Sustainable graduate employability: An evaluation of ‘brand me’ presentations as a method for developing self-confidence. Studies in Higher Education.
  4. A bibliometric review of the leadership development field - How we go…

    Vogel, B., Reichard, B., Batistič, S., & Cerne, M. (Accepted/In press). A bibliometric review of the leadership development field: How we got here, where we are, and where we are headed. The Leadership Quarterly.
  5. The history, evolution, and future of big data & analytics - A biblio…

    Batistič, S., & van der Laken, P. (2019). The history, evolution, and future of big data & analytics: A bibliometric analysis of its relationship to performance in organizations. British Journal of Management, 30(2), 229-251.

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