About Us

Name : Dr. Priyanka Jaiswal

Function : Assistant Professor

Email : priyanka@iift.edu

Qualification

B.Sc, MBA (Human Resource Management &Organizational Behaviour), Ph.D. IIT Delhi 

Areas of Interest / Specialization

Human Resource Management & Organizational Behaviour 

Work Experience

Assistant Professor: FORE School of Management New Delhi India (October 2014 - June 2018)

Publications

Book

Bhatt. P & Jaiswal, P., Majumdar, B. and Verma S. (2017). Riding the New Tides: Navigating the Future through Effective People Management. India: Emerald.

Research Article Published in Journal/Book Chapter

Jaiswal, P., (2018). Behavioral Flexibility: Flexible HR System and Organizational Role Stress. In Sushil (Ed.), Global Value Chains, Flexibility and Sustainability.). Singapore: Springer.

Jaiswal, P., (2017). Impression Management Tactics & Need for Power: Moderating Role Machiavellian Organizational Culture. In Bhatt. P & Jaiswal, P., Majumdar, B. and Verma S. (Eds). Riding the New Tides: Navigating the Future through Effective People Management. India: Emerald.

Jaiswal, P., & Bhal, K. T. (2014). Behavioural flexibility: The use of upward impression management tactics by subordinates for good performance rating from leader and impact of organizational & leader’s Machiavellianism. Global Journal of Flexible Systems Management15(4), 313-326.

Articles Published in International Conference

Jaiswal, P (2016) "Behavioral Flexibility: Flexible HR System and Organizational Role Stress" 16th GLOGIFT Conference. Held in the University of Technology, Sydney, Australia. pp. 130-143.

Jaiswal, P. (2015) "Impact of Need for Power on Impression Management Tactics: Moderating Effect of Machiavellian Organizational Culture" Indo-Canadian International Conference of Business and Behavioral Sciences (ICICBBS- 2015)Hosted by Society of Management and Behavioral Sciences (SMBS) held in  Goa India.

Jaiswal, P. and Bhal, Kanika T. (2014).”Employees N-Achi, N-Pow And N-Affi on the Use of Impression Management: Moderating Role of LMXfor Positive Rating” COSMAR 14 Conference. Department of Management Studies, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore.

Jaiswal, P. and Bhal, Kanika T. (2014) "Downward Impression Management Tactics by Leaders: Impact of Organizational & Subordinate Machiavellianism" International Conference on Management, Leadership and Governance (ICMLG 2014) Hosted by Babson College, Wellesley, Massachusetts, USA. pp. 333-345

Jaiswal, P. (2014). “Impact of Individual Characteristics on the use of Impression Management Tactics for Good Performance Rating” ICSSR sponsored, International conference Shifting paradigms in Applied Economics and Management hosted by Faculty of Management Shri Mata Vaishnov Devi University, Jammu. 

Jaiswal, P. and Bhal, Kanika T.(2014). "Impact of POP and LMX on Impression Management Tactics: Moderating Role of LMX on POP and Impression Management Relationship"14th GLOGIFT Conference. Hosted by the Curtin University, Singapore. pp.1-10.

  Jaiswal, P. and Bhal, Kanika T. (2013). "Behavioural Flexibility: Impact of Organizational & Leader’s Machiavellianism on Upward Impression Management Tactics by Subordinates for Good Performance Rating" 13th GLOGIFT Conference. DMS, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi. India. pp.151-167.

 Jaiswal, P. and Bhal, Kanika T. (2012). “Use of impression management tactics by leader and member: impact of individual, interactional and situational factors.” Fifth Doctoral Colloquium. Indian Institute of Management Ahmadabad, Ahmadabad, India.

Jaiswal, P. (2011). “Leader-member personality and impression management.” National Level Program on Knowledge sharing: A Management Perspective. Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, Roorkee, India.

Jaiswal, P. (2010). “Role of emotional intelligence and ethical leadership on employee rights & involvement”. Excellence in research and Education conference, Indian Institute of Management Indore, Indore India.

Professional / Academic Affiliations

Academy of Management

Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology

Global Institute of Flexible Systems Management