Publications & Presentations

Articles & Research Reports

In press: Georgianna, S., Müller, G.F., & Schermelleh-Engel, K. A U.S.-validated measure of one’s capacities to lead oneself. A validation study of the German Self-leadership Questionnaire.

In press: Georgianna, S., Müller, G.F., Schermelleh-Engel, K., & Lohaus, D. Influences of self-leadership on physical vitality and well-being. Psychological Reports.

2018: Quinn, A., & Georgianna, S. Identifying and Treating Women at Risk for Sexually Compulsive Behaviors. Journal of California Marriage and Family Therapists.

2016: Georgianna, S., Müller, G.F., Schermelleh-Engel, K., & Petersen, B. Entrepreneurs’ Job Satisfaction and Its Relationship to Super-Leadership and Self-Leadership, Journal of Research in Business, Economics and Management, 6(3), 928-940. ISSN: 2395-2210.

2015: Georgianna, S. Addressing Risk Factors Associated With Women’s Sexually Compulsive Behaviors Through Psycho-Education And Self-leadership Development. Sexual Addiction & Compulsivity: The Journal of Treatment and Prevention, 22 (4), 314-343. doi: 10.1080/1072162.2015.1072489

2015: Georgianna, S. Assessing and Developing Entrepreneurs’ Self-Leadership and Super-Leadership. Journal of Entrepreneurial and Organizational Management, 4, 146. doi:10.4172/2169-026X.1000146.

2013: Müller, G. F., Georgianna, S., Schermelleh-Engel, K., Roth, A.C., Roth, W.A., Sauerland, M., & Muessigmann, M.J. Super-leadership and work enjoyment: direct and mediated influences. Psychological Reports: Employment Psychology & Marketing, 113 (3), 804-821.

2010: Müller, G. F., Georgianna, S., & Roux, G. Self-leadership and Physical Vitality. Psychological Reports, 107 (2), 383-392.

2010: Ingredients For and Fruits of Academic Success: A Comparison of Two-year and Four-year Students’ Academic Goal Striving. Report to Willard Hom, Director of Research & Planning for the System Office of the California Community Colleges.

2009: Fostering Student Success: An Exploratory Study in English Writing Classes. Journal of Applied Research in Community Colleges, 158 (2), 1-24.

2009: A Study of Individuals’ Goal Striving In the Kurdish Zone of Iraq. Report to the Governing Council of the Kurdish Zone of Iraq.

2007: Self-leadership: A Cross-cultural Perspective. Journal of Managerial Psychology, 22(6), 569-589.

2007: Self-leadership and Goal-striving across Cultures: A Comparison of United States and Chinese Undergraduate Students. Mellen Press: New York, NY.

2005: Intercultural Features of Self-leadership. Shaker Press, Aachen, Germany.

 

Conference Presentations

2018: Presented at Vanguard University of Southern California Ensure Justice conference on Common (Mis)Perceptions of Sexual Compulsivity.

2018: Presented at Vanguard University of Southern California Ensure Justice conference on How to Identify and Address Risk Factors Associated with Young Women’s Sexually Compulsive Behaviors.

2018: Co-presented at the 2018 California Marriage and Family Therapist Conference on How to Identify and Address Risk Factors Associated with Young Women’s Sexuality.

2017: Co-presented at Vanguard University of Southern California Healthy Organization: The Science and Practice of Productivity and Well-being conference on Individual and Contextual Variables in Organizational Health – Empirical Investigations on Job Satisfaction and Well-being Through Self- and Super-leadership.

2013: Poster presentation on “Self-leadership and Sexual Compulsivity in Females: Empowering Females to Master Compulsive Sexual Behaviors Through The Use Of Self-leadership Strategies” at the 2013 Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association.

2013: Presentation “Your Phone: Friend or Foe?” at the Saddleback College Psychology Week, Fall 2013.

2013: Presentation “From Automated Unconsciousness to Empathetic Mindfulness” at the
Saddleback College Psychology Week, Spring 2013.

2012: Poster presentation on “Self-leadership Strategies: Universal or cultural? An Analysis of Self-leadership Strategies Used By American, German, Belgian, and Irish Students” at the 2012 Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association.

2011: Panel presentation on “Ingredients For and Fruits Of Academic Success: A Comparison of Two-Year and Four-Year Students’ Goal-Striving” at the Annual Southern California Student Success Conference.

2011: Panel presentation “Helping Careers in Psychology Career Panel” during Saddleback College’s Psychology Week, Spring 2011.

2010: Poster presentation on “Individuals’ Goal Striving In the Kurdish Zone of Iraq” at the 2010 Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association.

2008: Poster presentation on “When East meets West: Similarities of and Differences between Chinese and U.S. Undergraduate Students” at the 2008 Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association.

2008: Poster Presentation on “Fostering Student Success: An Exploratory Study in English Writing Classes” at the Annual Convention of the California Community College Research and Planning Group.

2006: Poster presentation on “Intercultural Features of Self-leadership at the 2006 Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association.

 

For Researchers

Discover the four aspects of self-leadership (Müller, Georgianna, & Roux, 2010). Educate yourself how the use of self-leadership strategies can make you a better leader and what self- and super-leadership (Müller, Georgianna, Schermelleh-Engel, Roth, Sauerland, & Muessigmann, (2013). are all about. Read about how strong self-leadership and super-leadership can yield job satisfaction in employees.

Learn which organizational settings promote healthy self-and super-leadership.

Read about how people from cultural differences may differ in their use of self-leadership strategies (Georgianna, 2007).

Find information on interventions that teach self-leadership strategies to at-risk individuals (Georgianna, 2015).

Read about assessing and developing entrepreneurs’ self-and super-leadership (Georgianna, 2015).

Read about the statistical validation study of the questionnaire that measures cultural values.

Find out more how self-leadership can be trained.

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