Curriculum Vitae: Crizelle Els - North

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 Curriculum Vitae: Crizelle Els 1. General information Title, name and surname: ID nr: Date of birth: Gender: Race: Marital status: Citizenship: Professional registrations: Dr C. Els 820312 0047 081
12 March 1982 Female White Married RSA Health Professions Council of South Africa (HPCSA) 2. Contact details Organisation where based: Faculty or School: Work telephone number: Work fax number: Cell phone number: E‐mail address: NWU Economic and Management Sciences
018 299 1440 018 299 1360 082 926 6124 [email protected] 3. Qualifications (start with highest qualification) Qualification type: Field of study: Institution: Year obtained: Qualification type: Field of study: Institution: Year obtained: PhD Industrial Psychology NWU 2015 MA Industrial Psychology NWU 2006 Qualification type: Field of study: Institution: Year obtained: Qualification type: Field of study: Institution: Year obtained: MSc Organisation Studies: Diversity Management Tilburg University, the Netherlands 2008 Hons BA Industrial Psychology NWU 2005 Qualification type: Field of study: Institution: Year obtained: BA Private and Public Sector (with Psychology) NWU 2003 Qualification type: Field of study: Institution: Year obtained: Certificate Ethics Teachers Training Course UNESCO 2012 4. Employment history Position: Lecturer Co‐Owner Industrial Psychologist Consultant Organisation North‐West University WorkSense Wellness Assessment Centre, Sasol AfriForte Appointed from – to: May 2009 – Currently January 2009 – Currently June 2008 – August 2008 February 2008 – May 2009 5. Memberships and Affiliations Organisation: Golden Key International Honour Society Health Professions Council of South Africa Society for Industrial and Organisational Psychology of South Africa NWU Ethics Committee Date: 2004 – Currently 2008 – Currently 2007 – Currently 2013 – Currently 6. Research Interest My areas of expertise pertains to research in employee wellness, positive psychology, diversity management, cross‐cultural psychology and questionnaire validation. 7. Research Outputs Articles published in peer‐reviewed international journals 
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Haley, L., Mostert, K., & Els, C. (2013) Burnout and work engagement for different age groups: Examining group‐level differences and predictors. Journal of Psychology in Africa, 23(1), 115–127. Cortes, K., Mostert, K., & Els, C. (2014). Examining significant predictors of students’ intention to drop out. Journal of Psychology in Africa 24(2), 179‐185. Mostert, K., & Els, C. (2015). The psychometric properties of the Recovery Experiences Questionnaire of employees in a higher education institution. Journal of Psychology in Africa 25(1), 37‐43. Articles published in peer‐reviewed national journals  Sieberhagen, C., Pienaar, J., & Els, C. (2011). Management of employee wellness in South Africa: Employer, service provider and union perspectives. South African Journal of Human Resource Management, 9(1), 1‐14.  Van Schalkwyk, L., & Els, C. (2011). The moderating role of perceived organisational support in the relationship between workplace bullying and turnover intention across sectors in South Africa. South African Journal of Human Resource Management, 9(1), 13 pages.  Welthagen, C., & Els, C. (2012). Depressed, not depressed or unsure: Prevalence and the relation to well‐being across sectors in South Africa. South African Journal of Industrial Psychology, 38(1), 12 pages.  Els, C., Mostert, K., & De Beer, L. T. (2015). Job characteristics, burnout and the relationship with recovery experiences. SA Journal of Industrial Psychology, 14(1), 13 pages. Manuscripts submitted for publication in peer‐reviewed international journals 
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Van Woerkom, M., Els, C., Mostert, K., Rothmann, S. (jr.)., Bakker, A. B., & De Beer, L. T. (submitted 2015). Strengths use and deficit correction in organizations: Development and validation of a questionnaire. European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology. Els, C., Mostert, K., & Van Woerkom, M. (submitted 2015). Strengths use, deficit improvement or a focus on both for optimal organisational outcomes. Personnel Review. Els, C., Viljoen, J., De Beer, L. T., & Brand‐Labuschagne, L. (submitted 2015). Investigating the impact of strengths use on work engagement: The mediating role of leader‐member exchange. Journal of Psychology in Africa. Book Chapters 
Mostert, K., & Els, C. (2012). Employee health and well‐being: What should graduates know when they enter the workplace? In M. Coetzee, J. Botha, N. Eccles, H. Nienaber, & N. Holtzhausen (Ed). Developing student graduateness and employability: Issues, provocations, theory and practical guidelines. Randburg, South Africa: Knowres Publishing (Pty) Ltd. Conference Presentations  Els, C., Rothmann, S., Van de Vijver, F .J. R. The development of the South African Personality Inventory. SIOPSA. Pretoria, South Africa. June 2007.  Els, C., & Nel, A. Personality conceptions of parents as described by their adult children: A South‐
African study. Work‐Family Research Network Conference. New York City, United States of America. June 2012.  Els, C., & Brand‐Labuschagne, L. The mediating role of person‐job fit in the relationship between strengths use and deficit improvement and work engagement. International Business Conference. Mombasa, Kenya. August 2012.  Els, C., Mostert, K., Van Woerkom, M., Rothmann, S. (Jr.) & Bakker, A.B. Organisational and individual orientation towards strengths use and deficit improvement: development and validation of a new questionnaire. (EAWOP). Munster, Germany. May 2013.  Els, C., Mostert, K., & Van Woerkom, M. Employees’ strengths use and deficit improvement behaviour as personal resources in the Job Demands‐Resources model. Annual Society for Industrial and Organisational Psychology of South Africa (SIOPSA) Conference. Pretoria, South Africa. July 2013.  Els, C., Mostert, K., & Van Woerkom, M. Strengths use and deficit improvement within the Job Demands‐Resources framework: Developing a structural model. Annual Society for Industrial and Organisational Psychology of South Africa (SIOPSA) Conference. Pretoria, South Africa. July 2013.  Els, C., Mostert, K., & Van Woerkom, M. Strengths use, deficit improvement or a combination of both for positive organisational outcomes? 7th European Conference on Positive Psychology. Amsterdam, the Netherlands. July 2014.  Els, C., Paver, R., Mostert, K., & De Beer, L. T. Adapting and validating the strengths use and deficit improvement questionnaire for educators in South Africa. 7th European Conference on Positive Psychology. Amsterdam, the Netherlands. July 2014. Examinations of dissertations, mini‐dissertations and theses  Flattery, A. Developing and validating a hostility, gratefulness and active support measuring instrument. North‐West University. Submitted November 2010.  Schultz, G. Repetitive strain injury among South African employees : prevalence and the relationship with exhaustion and work engagement. North‐West University. Submitted November 2010.  Kalanko, T.P. Job insecurity's influence on the work‐related outcomes of over‐commitment and perceived performance. North‐West University. Submitted November 2010.  Botha, H. Biographical characteristics, antecedents and outcomes associated with vocational indecision of university students. North‐West University. Submitted May 2011.  Prinsloo, M. Job insecurity in a retail bank in South Africa: Scale validation and an exploration of negative attitudinal outcomes. North‐West University. Submitted May 2011.  Van der Linde, P. South African Personality Inventory: Developing amiability, egoism and empathy scales for a soft‐heartedness measuring instrument. North‐West University. Submitted May 2011.  Visagie, S. The experience of career success: An exploratory study among South African executives. North‐West University. Submitted November 2011.  Botha, C. The mediating effect of positive work‐home interaction between job resources, a strength‐
based approach and work engagement among South African employees. North‐West University. Submitted November 2012.  Govender, P. Occupational stress and work engagement of dog unit members in the South African Police Service: A qualitative study. University of KwaZulu‐Natal. Submitted November 2012.  Singh, A. Female employees’ perceptions of work‐life balance at a banking institution in the Durban region. University of KwaZulu‐Natal. Submitted November 2012.  Narainsamy, K. Work related well‐being: Burnout, work engagement, occupational stress and job satisfaction within a medial laboratory setting. University of South Africa. Submitted November 2012.
 Stander, F. W. Assessing the organisational and individual strengths use and deficit improvement among sport coaches. Submitted May 2013.  Sani, C. J. Work‐life balance: Occupational stress, psychological capital and general health among working women. University of KwaZulu‐Natal. Submitted November 2013.  Van Wyk, S. M. The validation of a workplace boredom scale within the South African context. Submitted April 2015. Supervision of post‐graduate students 
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Van Schalkwyk, L. The moderating role of perceived organisational support in the relationship between workplace bullying and turnover intention across sectors in South Africa. (Submitted May 2011). Welthagen, C. Depressed, not depressed or unsure: The influence on employee well‐being in South African organisations. (Submitted May 2011). Haley, L. Job characteristics, burnout and engagement, ill‐health and commitment: Are there differences across generations? (Submitted May 2012). Cortes, K. The role of socio‐demographics, personality characteristics, social support and well‐being in student's intention to drop out. (Submitted May 2012). Paver, R. Investigating the role of individual strengths use and deficit improvement within the Job‐
Demands Resources Model. (Submitted November 2013). Viljoen, J. Investigating the impact of strengths use on well‐being: The mediating role of leader‐
member exchange. (Submitted November 2014). Beukes, L. Strength ‐based development and teacher retention: the role of work engagement and psychological empowerment. (Submitted May 2015). Liversage, H. Talent management in South African universities: Management and recruits’ expectations and perceptions. (To be submitted November 2015). De Wet, A. Employee training needs, PSYCAP and work engagement in tertiary educational institutions in South Africa (To be submitted November 2015). Makama, P. Perceived organisational support for strength use, deficit improvement or both: Positive outcomes in mining (To be submitted May 2016). Mtshali, S. Bias and equivalence of the Strengths Use and Deficit Improvement Scale in the banking industry (To be submitted May 2016). Beyer, M. Exploring gender stereotypes in a South African mine (To be submitted May 2016). Jackson, S. Discrimination in the South African workplace (To be submitted May 2016). 8. Lecturing experience 2007 MHBP111: Introduction to Human Resources Management Part time lecturer Level: First year Number of students: approximately 200 2008 MHBP111: Introduction to Human Resources Management Part time lecturer Level: First year Number of students: approximately 200 LEER111: Learning and Reading Development Part time lecturer Level: First year Number of students: approximately 200 2009 MHBP111: Introduction to Human Resources Management Part time lecturer Level: First year Number of students: approximately 200 LEER111: Learning and Reading Development Part time lecturer Level: First year Number of students: approximately 200 2010 BSKP878: Research Methodology Guest lecturer, examiner and administrative assistant Level: Masters students in Industrial Psychology and Human Resources Management Number of students: 28 students 2011 BSKP878: Research Methodology Guest lecturer, examiner and administrative assistant Level: Masters students in Industrial Psychology and Human Resources Management Number of students: 27 students 2012 IOPS874: Scientific Reasoning Guest lecturer, examiner and administrative assistant Level: Masters students in Industrial Psychology and Human Resources Management Number of students: 21 students 2013 PBSC811: Research Methodology Lecturer Level: Masters in Business Administration (MBA) Number of students: 120 students IOPS874: Scientific Reasoning Guest lecturer, examiner and administrative assistant Level: Masters students in Industrial Psychology and Human Resources Management Number of students: 22 students 2014 PBSC811: Research Methodology Lecturer Level: Masters in Business Administration (MBA) Number of students: 77 students HRMA874: Scientific Reasoning Lecturer Level: Masters students in Human Resources Management Number of students: 9 students IOPS874: Scientific Reasoning Guest lecturer, examiner and administrative assistant Level: Masters students in Industrial Psychology Number of students: 21 students 2015 PBSC811: Research Methodology Lecturer Level: Masters in Business Administration (MBA) Number of students: 143 students HRMA874: Scientific Reasoning Lecturer Level: Masters students in Human Resources Management Number of students: 13 students IOPS874: Scientific Reasoning Guest lecturer and examiner Level: Masters students in Industrial Psychology Number of students: 15 students Short Course in Research Methods Coordinator and presenter Number of students: 25 delegates 
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