Anna Virágos

Anna Viragos

Teaching Fellow and Postgraduate Researcher - Management Division

Email:
A.Viragos@leeds.ac.uk
Telephone:
+44 (0) 113 343 35764
Categories:
Postgraduate Researchers, Socio-Technical Centre (STC), Management, Staff, Academic, Research Centres, Divisions, Workplace Behaviour Research Centre (WBRC)
Location:
2.16 Charles Thackrah
Profile

Scholarship

University Research Scholarship

Qualifications

BA in Psychology

MA in Psychology

MSc Organizational Psychology (LUBS, Distinction)

Professional Memberships

British Psychological Society (BPS)

British Academy of Management (BAM)

Awards and Prizes

2014: Award for Outstanding MSc Dissertation, Leeds University Business School

2014: University Research Scholarship from the University of Leeds

2013: merit based Maurice Keyworth MSc Scholarship from Leeds University Business School

01/2009-09/2009: ISEP Scholarship from San Diego State University, San Diego, CA, USA. Due to my excellent results, I was named to the Dean’s List (top 5% of students). Supervised by Professor Jeff Conte.

02/2007-07/2007: ERASMUS Scholarship to the Martin Luther University, Halle, Germany. 

Experience

2016 July-August and 2017 July-August: Teaching Assistant Q Step Undergraduate Summer Research Project Placements, Leeds Q Step Centre, University of Leeds.

10/2015 - 01-2016: Research Assistant for Professor Jean Clarke on a research project regarding entrepreneur communication styles. Funded by ESRC.

02/2015 - 06/2015: Leeds Social Sciences Institute Industrial Placement (LSSI).
I designed and conducted a research project on prosocial behaviours and customer satisfaction with a large international organization in the service industry.

09/2014 - 09/2015: Marketing Ambassador at University of Leeds.

03/2011 - 08/2013: Customer Account Specialist at British Telecom, Hungary. 

Research

Thesis title

Investigating job crafting from a prosocial perspective

Supervisors

Dr Des Leach

Dr Matthew Davis

Keywords

Job crafting, Helping, proactive and prosocial behaviours, work engagement, job satisfaction, performance

Teaching

Module Leader for:

LUBS5395M Research Design and Analysis

LUBS5393M Managing Performance and Developing Careers

Teaching Assistant for:

LUBS5385M Systems Thinking and Consulting Practice

LUBS5397M Advanced Behavioural Research Design and Analysis

LUBS2910 Management Research & Analysis

Publications

Conference papers:

Viragos, A., Leach, D. J. & Davis, M.C. (2017). Investigating Job Crafting from a prosocial perspective: The development and validation of the Prosocial Job Crafting Measure. EAWOP.

Viragos, A., Leach, D. J. & Davis, M.C. (2016). Investigating Job Crafting from a prosocial perspective. IWP International Conference.

Viragos, A., Leach, D. J. & Davis, M.C. (2015). Prosocial job crafting.BPS. Division of Occupational Psychology.

Symposium:

Unsworth, K., Pieniazek, R., & Viragos, A. “Objective Measures: The Good, the Bad, and the Alternatives”. British Academy Management Conference (2016). 

Company Reports: 

Is prosocial job crafting the route to customer satisfaction? Investigating the level of prosocial job crafting behaviours. (Enterprise Rent-A-Car, 2015). Research funded by Leeds Social Sciences Institute (LSSI).

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