Laramie Tolentino

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Biography

Laramie Tolentino is a Senior Lecturer of Management at Macquarie University. She earned her PhD in Business (2016) from The Australian National University under the auspices of the  Endeavour International Postgraduate Award. She obtained a double undergraduate degree in Education and Psychology (Cum Laude and Gold Medal for Outstanding Student Teacher) and a Masters degree in Counseling Psychology (With High Distinction). Prior to her current appointment, she has held teaching and research positions at Monash University, The Australian National University, and De La Salle University Philippines.

Research

Laramie is interested in adaptive career and work-life management. Drawing on career development and resource theories, she examines the antecedents and outcomes of career adaptability across life stages, career pathways, work-family interface, and cultural settings.  Her research has been published in leading management and applied psychology journals such as Human Resource Management (FT50; A*), Journal of Vocational Behavior (A*), Journal of Career Assessment (A), Journal of Research in Personality (A) and 2 best paper proceedings in the Academy of Management.

Her first-authored research on career adaptability and entrepreneurial intentions is recognized by ELSEVIER as one of the most downloaded articles in 2014 and 2015 while her research on the dispositional antecendents of career adaptability is recognized by SCOPUS as one of the most cited articles since 2013 in the Journal of Vocational Behavior. She also received the Best Paper Award (2011) and Best Paper Finalist (2015) from the Academy of Management - Social Issues in Management Division for her papers on intimate partner aggression, workplace support, and women's career advancement. Her paper on cyberloafing behavior at work was also awarded the Best Paper Prize (2011) by the Australian Psychological Society - Industrial and Organisational Psychology Conference. 

Teaching

Unit Convenor and Lecturer

GMBA8001 Know Your People (Global MBA)

MGMT8011 Learning to be a Leader (Master of Management)

MGNT810 Professional Practice (Master of Management)

FBE204 Becoming a Professional (Undergraduate)

Research Supervision 

Dr. Xueyuan Gloria Gao (2017 - 2020) Career adaptability issues in the Chinese context: A mixed-methods study. PhD Cotutelle with  A/Prof Denise Jepsen and Prof Wenxia Zhou, Renmin University China. (Role: Associate Supervisor)

 

Education/Academic qualification

Management, Doctor of Philosophy, Australian National University

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