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David HAMPTON MUSSEAU

Specialisation : Human Resource Management and Organisational Behaviour

Status : PhD student

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For over 20 years, David Hampton-Musseau has worked in a wide variety of professional environments, challenging changes, and he has been able to help many people by developing their skills and achieving the goals of the organizations. His expertise and experience have been precious in respectfully maintaining trust and commitment to produce quality at work.

After spending many years in the corporate world, he wanted to find the best way for companies to promote well-being and valuable engagement in the workplace. Therefore Mr. Hampton-Musseau has chosen the scientific path to in able him to combine his professional experiences and research, to add on a new perspective in the field of Human Resource Management.

Thanks to the HRM / OB doctoral program, Mr. Hampton-Musseau is currently working on his thesis in ability-based emotional intelligence (Mayer & Salovey, 1997), and his influence on the abusive supervision process (Tepper, 2000) for both supervisors and subordinates. 

Working in a harsh environment can lead to feelings of shame, fear, anger, mistrust and / or perceptions of injustice (Lim et al. 2008; Li et al., 2017). To protect themselves, individuals are likely to preserve their remaining emotional resources by withdrawing or avoiding potentially threatening or emotionally demanding situations (COR Theory; Hobfoll et al., 2018; Maslach et al., 2001; Pugh & Groth, 2019; Wu & Hu, 2009).

Psychosocial and Neuroscience approaches surely improve the understanding of leadership, in particular, for managers' training programs. Achieving maximum employee engagement and well-being would be provided in a work environment, conducive to trust, and personal consideration. Thus, he investigates by conducting original studies and collecting data as part of his doctoral research.

  • Decision-Making
  • Leadership
  • Neuroscience
  • Emotions
  • Change Management
  • Emotional IntelligenceEI
  • Abusive Supervision
  • Trust
  • Well-Being
  • Work Engagement
  • Social Psychology
  • Management
  • Leadership
  • Organizational Behavior
  • Emotional Intelligence
  • Abusive Supervision
  • Decision-Making
  • Emotions
  • Well-Being
  • Neuroscience
  • Social Psychology
  • Le rôle de l'intelligence émotionnelle dans la prévention de la surveillance abusive et ses effets sur les employés - The role of emotional intelligence in preventing abusive supervision and its effects on employees
  • 2020 - MPhil, Business Administration, Human Resource Management, and Organisational Behaviour / Toulouse School of Management
  • 2019 - MSc in HRM / Toulouse School of Management
  • 2007 - Master, Other, Management / Université de Nantes
  • 2004 - Professional Bachelor, Other, Other / Université de Nantes
  • 1995 - Bachelor, Sciences, Other / Le Mans University
  • Since 2019 - Doctorate in Management Science - PhD Organizational Behavior / Toulouse School of Management

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