Dr. Mirit Grabarski
Ph.D. (Ivey Business School at Western University)
MBA (Open University of Israel)
Organizational Behaviour, HR and academic success courses (Western University, Fanshawe College)
Career Development, Positive Organizational Scholarship (Empowerment, Resilience), Diversity and Inclusion
I really like work stories and especially career stories!
Peer- Reviewed Journal Publications
Ali, M., Grabarski. M.K., Ahmed, S. & Imtiaz, N. (2023) “Leadership gender diversity, corporate social responsibility and organizational outcomes: The context of organization size". Accepted for publication: Australian Journal of Management
Schwarts-Asher, D., Grabarski, M.K., Tziner, A., & Schkoler, O. (2023). “Don't stop believing: Career empowerment as a mediator between hope and organizational outcomes”. Accepted for publication: The Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology
Ali, M., Grabarski, M.K. & Konrad, A.M. (2022) “Women in hospitality and tourism: a study of the top-down and bottom-up dynamics". International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management 34(4), 1448-1469.
Khan, M., Grabarski, M.K., Ali, M & Buckmaster, S. (2022) “Insights into creating and managing an inclusive neurodiverse workplace for positive outcomes: A multi-staged theoretical framework”. Group and Organizations Management 10596011221133583.
Lapshina, N. & Grabarski, M.K. (2022) “Double disadvantage: Disability and gender in the context of workplace harassment”. Accepted for publication: Consulting Psychology Journal
Mouratidou, M. & Grabarski, M.K. (2022) “In the eye of the hurricane: Careers under lockdown”. Sustainability 14(22), 15098
Mouratidou, M. & Grabarski, M.K. (2021) “Careers in the Greek public sector: Calibrating the kaleidoscope". Career Development International 26(2), 201-216.
Ali, M., Grabarski, M.K. & Konrad, A.M (2020). “Trickle-down and bottom-up effects of women’s representation in the context of industry gender composition: A panel data investigation". Human Resource Management 60(4), 559-580
Kalyal, H.J. & Grabarski, M.K. (2020). “A change would do you good: How HR practices can promote change-championing behavior”. Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences 38(2), 162-176.
Tamir, E. & Grabarski, M.K. (2020). "Surviving the reform: Management usage of the Garbage Can model during implementation of reforms". Journal of Educational Administration 58(3), 373-387.
Tamir, E. & Grabarski, M.K. (2019). "Searching for gold in the Garbage Can: Decision-making on resource utilization in schools using the Garbage Can model". Leadership and Policy in Schools, 18(3), 325-340.
Tamir, E. & Grabarski, M.K. (2018). "Under pressure: Why school managements use the Garbage Can model of decision making". Research in Educational Administration & Leadership, 3(1),1-28
Peer-Reviewed Book Chapters and Teaching Cases
Grabarski, M. K., & Shwartz-Asher, D. (2022). “The "Era of Me": design and integration of career paths in an era of self-directed careers”. In: Tziner, A. et al. (eds.) Engineering the World of Work (pp. 1-20). Edward Elgar Publishing.
Khan, M.H., Ali, M., Grabarski, M. K., & Moore, K. (2023). “Reframing management of organisational neurodiversity in Australia: A contextual approach”. In: Beatty, J. et al. (eds.) De Gruyter Handbook of Disability and Management (pp. 267-286). De Gruiter.
Grabarski, M.K., Mouratidou, M. & Fellows, I. (forthcoming). “The evolution of learning and technological innovation: Preparing students for successful careers”. In: Donald, W.E. (ed.) Establishing and Maintaining Sustainable Career Ecosystems for University Students and Graduates. IGI Global
Grabarski, M.K. (2022). “We can work it out: Managing a dual-career family”. Ivey Publishing, Teaching case #W28018