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Kira Schabram
Office: 489
Phone: 206-543-1835

Curriculum vitae:

Foster School of Business
University of Washington
Box: 353226
Seattle, WA 98155

Kira Schabram

Assistant Professor of Management

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PhD The University of British Columbia (2016)
MSc Concordia University (2010)
BSc University of California, San Diego (2005)
BA University of California, San Diego (2005)

Academic Expertise

meaningful work

Current Research

Meaningful work/Callings
‘Dark side’ behaviors (deviance, infringement, ostracism)
Morality at work
Dirty work

Selected Publications

  1. Honor among thieves: The interaction of team and member deviance on trust in the team
    Journal Article:Schabram K., Robinson S.L. & Cruz K.S., (in press). Journal of Applied Psychology,
  2. When you’re the person your colleagues vent to
    Journal Article:Robinson, S. L. & Schabram, K., (2019). Mindful listening, Harvard Business Review Press
  3. Negotiating the challenges of a calling: Emotion and enacted sensemaking in animal shelter work
    Journal Article:Schabram, K. & Maitlis, S., (2017). Academy of Management Journal, Vol. 60(2), pp. 584-609.
  4. What to do if you’re a toxic handler
    Journal Article:Robinson, S. L. & Schabram, K., (2017). HBR guide to emotional intelligence, Harvard Business Review Press

PhD Student Collaborators

Misha Mariam, Yu Tse Heng

Honors and Awards

Named one of "2019 Favorite Professors of Business Majors" by Poets & Quants Global listing
2019 University of Washington Distinguished Teaching Award
2019 Foster UBC Management and Entrepreneurship Faculty of the Year award
2018 Dean's Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching
2018 Foster UBC Management and Entrepreneurship Faculty of the Year award
Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) Joseph-Armand Bombardier Doctoral Grant
Uma Sharma Graduate Award for Thesis Research Quality and Imaginativeness
Paul Chwelos Memorial Award for Outstanding Potential for Teaching Excellence
AOM MSR Interest Group Most Promising Dissertation Award