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Charline COLLARD

Specialisation : Human Resource Management and Organisational Behaviour

Status : PhD student

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Charline Collard is a PhD student in Human Resources at TSM Research Center, at the University of Toulouse Capitole 1. Her primary research interests are related to individual experiences of sustainability and corporate social responsibility, and especially the experiences of work when one’s mission is to “save the world”. Her work has been presented at several internationally ranked conferences such as AOM, EGOS, EAWOP, AGRH, RIODD, CRRC, Business & Society, and Journal of Vocational Behavior special issue conference. Since 2012, Charline has been teaching both undergraduates and postgraduates, both in French and in English. She is currently a full-time teaching assistant (A.T.E.R.) at TSM. Before this, Charline had a successful 10 years professional experience in international business development in the cosmetic industry both in France and in the UK.

  • Micro-CSR
  • Eco-villages
  • Community Organizing
  • Ideology-infused Psychological Contract
  • Complex Emotions
  • Self-Determination Theory
  • Organizational Behavior
  • Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Business Ethics
  • Academic Skills
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Strategy
  • HR Communication
  • Collective Intelligence
  • Comment l'enseignement du management peut-il promouvoir "l'esprit développement durable" ? L'intégration de valeurs durables et transformationnelles dans la pédagogie managériale
  • Best presentation - AGRH doctoral workshop, 2016
  • International conferences
    • When doing your Job is 'Not Enough': How Corporate Social Responsibility Managers Deal with Tensions
      COLLARD, C., M.FORTIN, "When doing your Job is 'Not Enough': How Corporate Social Responsibility Managers Deal with Tensions" in 79th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management (AOM), 2019, Boston, USA
    • CSR managers’ changing psychological contracts in the midst of experiencing paradox
      COLLARD, C., M.FORTIN, "CSR managers’ changing psychological contracts in the midst of experiencing paradox" in 18th Congress of the European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology (EAWOP) “Enabling Change Through Work and Organizational Psychology:  Opportunities and Challenges for Research and Practice", 2017, Dublin, Ireland
  • Conferences, symposiums, workshops
    • Theoretical Perspective on Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) as Individual Survival Mechanism: When Micro-Paradoxes develop a paradox mindset
      COLLARD, C., "Theoretical Perspective on Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) as Individual Survival Mechanism: When Micro-Paradoxes develop a paradox mindset" in EGOS Paper Development Workshop, 2018, Tallin, Estonia
    • Theoretical perspective on the notion of Micro-Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Paradox as key to develop CSR paradoxical thinking
      COLLARD, C., "Theoretical perspective on the notion of Micro-Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Paradox as key to develop CSR paradoxical thinking" in International Workshop on CSR professionals, 2018, Toulouse, France
    • As Deborah asked last night: How good are we at doing good?
      COLLARD, C., "As Deborah asked last night: How good are we at doing good?" in 10th Anniversary of Toulouse Management Doctoral School, 2017, Toulouse, France
    • It’s like putting lipstick on a pig! The Paradoxes of CSR communication and their unintended negative psychological effects on individuals and the collective representation of reality
      COLLARD, C., "It’s like putting lipstick on a pig! The Paradoxes of CSR communication and their unintended negative psychological effects on individuals and the collective representation of reality" in AGRH, 2016, Strasbourg, France
    • Business Schools’ Education and Poverty: An opportunity to fight inequalities?
      COLLARD, C., H.ONWUEGBUZIE, G.NONET, "Business Schools’ Education and Poverty: An opportunity to fight inequalities?" in PRME conference, 2014, Chur, Switzerland
    • When Doing your Job is “Not Enough”: How Corporate Social Responsibility Managers Deal with Tensions between organizational reality, higher purpose, and their own expectations
      COLLARD, C., M.FORTIN, "When Doing your Job is “Not Enough”: How Corporate Social Responsibility Managers Deal with Tensions between organizational reality, higher purpose, and their own expectations" in Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, 2019, Boston, USA
    • Exploring the Calling Experience of Corporate Social Responsibility Managers through the Frame of Ideology-Infused Contracts
      COLLARD, C., M.FORTIN, "Exploring the Calling Experience of Corporate Social Responsibility Managers through the Frame of Ideology-Infused Contracts" in 34th EGOS Colloquium, 2018, Tallin, Estonia
    • Sleeping with the enemy: Exploring the calling experience of the new vocational group of CSR managers through the frame of ideology-infused contracts
      COLLARD, C., M.FORTIN, "Sleeping with the enemy: Exploring the calling experience of the new vocational group of CSR managers through the frame of ideology-infused contracts" in Miniconference of the Journal of Vocational Behavior special issue, 2017, Amsterdam, Netherlands (The)
    • You use them or they use you: Experiencing paradoxes through the lens of Corporate Social Responsibility managers’ ideology”.
      COLLARD, C., M.FORTIN, "You use them or they use you: Experiencing paradoxes through the lens of Corporate Social Responsibility managers’ ideology”." in Corporate Responsibility Research Conference (CRRC), 2017, Sevilla, Spain
    • As Deborah asked last night: How good are we at doing good?
      COLLARD, C., "As Deborah asked last night: How good are we at doing good?" in Business and Society Research Seminar, 2017, Lille, France
  • 2018 - Workshop Building a Course (teaching objectives, writing a syllabus), INSA Toulouse / TSM
  • 2018 - Workshop Successful Case Teaching, The Case Centre at TSM (UT1)
  • 2017 - Workshok Qualitative Research in I/O Psychology: An Introduction to Grounded Theory by Annika Wilhelmy, at EAWOP (Dublin)
  • 2015 - Sustainability Mindset Fast Track Program, LEAP PRME
  • 2013 - MA (Research) Cultures and Organisational Leadership / Anglia Ruskin University
  • 2003 - MA (Taught) International Business / Alicante University
  • 2002 - 4th year undergraduate degree of Languages Applied to Business / Metz University
  • Since 2015 - PhD / Toulouse School of Management

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