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GONZÁLEZ-GÓMEZ Helena

PhD, Business Administration, Organizational Behavior

Helena González Gómez is Associate Professor in the People and Organisations (P&O) department of NEOMA Business School. Helena completed her PhD in Management at IE Business School, in Madrid, Spain. Her research interests center around the role of emotions at work, organizational creativity, and inequality in HR decisions. Her work has appeared in Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, the Journal of Vocational Behavior, and the Journal of Business Ethics amongst others. Helena is a regular co-organizer of various research seminars at the school and a permanent reviewer in various academic journals. Previously to join academia she worked for several years in the banking industry, and held positions in corporate banking, project management, and information security.

Areas of research

  • Emotions
  • Creativity
  • Inequality
  • OB

Recent academic contributions

  • HUDSON, S., H.GONZALEZ GOMEZ, C.CLAASEN, "Legitimacy, Particularism and Employee Commitment and Justice", Journal of Business Ethics, 2019, vol. 157, no. 3, pp. 589-603
    DOI : 10.1007/s10551-017-3685-1
  • RYCHALSKI, A., H.GONZALEZ GOMEZ, "The Psychology of Frustration: Appraisal theory, Satisfaction and Loyalty" in The Academy of Marketing, 2019

Academic Journals

  • HUDSON, S., H.GONZALEZ GOMEZ, C.CLAASEN, "Legitimacy, Particularism and Employee Commitment and Justice", Journal of Business Ethics, 2019, vol. 157, no. 3, pp. 589-603
    DOI : 10.1007/s10551-017-3685-1
  • HUDSON, S., H.GONZALEZ GOMEZ, A.RYCHALSKI, "Call centers: is there an upside to the dissatisfied customer experience?", Journal of Business Strategy, March 2017, vol. 38, no. 1, pp. 39-46
    DOI : 10.1108/JBS-01-2016-0008
  • KAKARIKA, M., H.GONZALEZ GOMEZ, Z.DIMITRIADES, "That wasn't our deal: A psychological contract perspective on employee responses to bullying", Journal of Vocational Behavior, June 2017, vol. 100, pp. 43-55
    DOI : 10.1016/j.jvb.2017.02.005
  • GONZALEZ GOMEZ, H., A.RITCHER, "Turning shame into creativity: The importance of exposure to creative team environments", Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 2015, vol. 126, pp. 142-161
    DOI : 10.1016/j.obhdp.2014.09.004

Academic conferences

  • RYCHALSKI, A., H.GONZALEZ GOMEZ, "The Psychology of Frustration: Appraisal theory, Satisfaction and Loyalty" in The Academy of Marketing, 2019
  • GONZÁLEZ-GÓMEZ, H., C.CLAASEN, Y.LUO, "Legitimacy, organizational nepotism and employee affective commitment" in EGOS Conference, 2016, Naples, Italy
  • GONZALEZ GOMEZ, H. V., A.RICHTER, "Bored yet Creative: The Role of Intellectual Stimulation of Team Leaders", INGRoup Conference, vol. INGRoup Conference, 2015, Pittsburgh, United States

Dissemination activity

  • GONZALEZ GOMEZ, H. V., "Negative Emotions and Creativity: The Role of Emotion Regulation" in EAWOP, 2015, Netherlands
  • GONZALEZ GOMEZ, H. V., A.RICHTER, "Turning negative prevention focus emotions into creativity" in SIOP conference, 2014, United States
  • GONZALEZ GOMEZ, H. V., "Can Modern Organizational Nepotism be legitimate? Chinese employee perceptions" in EBEN Annual Conference, 2014, Germany
  • GONZALEZ GOMEZ, H. V., A.RICHTER, "The social regulation of shame, worry, and boredom for enhanced individual creativity: The importance of expressive suppression in creative team environments" in Symposium INGRoup conference, 2013, United States

Professional journals

  • GONZALEZ GOMEZ, H., "The hidden secret of workplace bullying", We Are The City, October 2019
  • GONZALEZ GOMEZ, H., "Quand la honte devient source de créativité", Harvard Business Review France, September 2018
  • KAKARIKA, M., H.GONZALEZ GOMEZ, "7 choses à savoir sur le harcèlement au travail", Huffington Post, October 2017