Professor of Psychology and Organizational Behavior. I am dedicated to studying the origin and effects of emotions  in organizations, along with creativity and innovation at work. Also, through my courses, I work with my students in acquiring knowledge  to facilitate psychological well-being and performance in their organizations.  On this site you will find information and material about my research and teaching activities.

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Héctor Madrid, PhD

Professor of Psychology and Organizational Behavior

 

E-mail:

hector.madrid@uai.cl

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ACADEMIC POSITION
 

UNIVERSITY ADOLFO IBÁÑEZ

Business School

Associate Professor in Organizational Behavior 

EDUCATION
 

UNIVERSITY OF SHEFFIELD, UNITED KINGDOM

PhD in Work and Organizational Psychology

PONTIFICAL CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF CHILE

Degree in Psychology

 
TEACHING
ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR

Here we study the fundamentals of job performance and motivation in organizations. The central axis of the course is given by the emotions that emerge from the design of the work and that are related to motivation and work behavior.

TEAMWORK AND LEADERSHIP

Here we study the fundamentals of high-performance teams in relation to their cognitive, affective and interpersonal bases. In addition, we study leadership strategies that facilitate effective teamwork.

PSYCHOLOGY OF CREATIVITY

Here we study the creative and innovative behavior that occurs in organizations. In addition, we address the principles of work design that enable creativity and innovation at work.

RESEARCH LABORATORY
 

In our research laboratory we carry out studies on the influences that emotions have on performance and work well-being, with a focus on creativity and innovation. Two are our lines of research:

AFFECTIVE PRESENCE, LEADERSHIP AND TEAMWORK

Affective presence is the tendency of a person to provoke emotions among his/her interaction partners, such as excitement or nervousness. Our studies focus on understanding and describing the origin and consequences of the affective presence of leaders in their work teams.

EMOTION REGULATION, CREATIVITY AND  INNOVATION

Emotion regulation is the behaviors we perform to manage or change our moods, for example, to feel more excited and calm, or less anxious and depressed. Our research studies the influence of emotional regulation on the  creativity and innovation.

 
PUBLICATIONS

Our research has been published in the most prestigious international scientific journals on organizational psychology and behavior, such as the Journal of Applied Psychology, the Journal of Organizational Behavior, the Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes Journal, the Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology and the European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology.

 
SELECTED ITEMS  Available at researchgate.com  
Affective Presence:
  • Madrid, H.P. (2020). Leader affective presence and feedback in teams. Frontiers in Psychology, 11. doi: 10.3389 / fpsyg.2020.00705

  • Madrid, H.P., Totterdell, P., Niven, K., & Vasquez, C. (2018). Investigating a process model for leader affective presence, interpersonal emotion regulation, and interpersonal behavior in teams. European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology. doi: 10.1080 / 1359432X.2018.1505719

  • Madrid, H.P., Totterdell, P., Niven, K., & Barros, E. (2016). Leader affective presence and innovation in teams. Journal of Applied Psychology, 101 (5), 673-686. doi: 10.1037 / apl0000078

  • Madrid, H.P., Totterdell, P., & Niven, K. (2016). Does leader-affective presence influence communication of creative ideas within work teams? Emotion, 16 (6), 798-802. doi: 10.1037 / emo0000183

Emotion and Emotion Regulation:

  • Vasquez, C. A., Madrid, H. P., & Niven, K. (2021). Leader interpersonal emotion regulation motives, group leader–member exchange, and leader effectiveness in work groups. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 42(9), 1168-1185. https://doi.org/10.1002/job.2557

  • Madrid H.P,. Barros E., & Vasquez CA (2020) The emotion regulation roots of job satisfaction. Frontiers in Psychology,
    11. doi: 10.3389 / fpsyg.2020.609933

  • Vasquez. CA, Niven, K., & Madrid, HP (2020). Leader interpersonal emotion regulation and follower performance. Journal of Personnel Psychology. 19 (2), 97–101

  • Madrid, H.P. (2020). Emotion regulation, positive affect, and promotive voice behavior at work. Frontiers in Psychology, 11. https://doi.org/doi: 10.3389 / fpsyg.2020.01739

  • Madrid, H.P., Niven, K. & Vasquez. CA (2019). Leader interpersonal emotion regulation and innovation in teams. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 92 (4), 787-805. https://doi.org/10.1111/joop.12292

  • Madrid, H.P. & Patterson, M. (2014). Measuring affective states at work based on the valence and arousal circumplex model: Factorial cross-validation between English and Spanish of the Multi-Affect Indicator. Spanish Journal of Psychology, 17, e50, 1-12. doi: 10.1017 / sjp.2014.54

Creativity and innovation:

  • Baer, M.; Dane, E. & Madrid, H.P. (2021). Zoning out or breaking through? Linking daydreaming to creativity in the workplace. Academy of Management Journal. 64(5), 1553-1577. https://doi.org/10.5465/amj.2017.1283 

  • Ibaceta, M. & Madrid, H.P. (2021). Personality and tune out mind-wandering: The role of meta-awareness. Frontiers in Psychology. 12: 581129. doi: 10.3389 / fpsyg.2021.581129

  • Baer, M .; Dane, E. & Madrid, H.P. (2020). Zoning out or breaking through? Linking daydreaming to creativity in the workplace. Academy of Management Journal. https://doi.org/10.5465/amj.2017.1283  

  • Madrid, H.P. & Patterson, M. (2019). How and for whom time control matter for innovation? The role of positive affect and problem-solving demands. Applied Psychology: An International Review, 69 (1), 93-119 https://doi.org/10.1111/apps.12194

  • ​ Madrid, H.P. & Patterson, MG (2019). Affect and creativity. In R. Reiter-Palmon & JC Kaufmann (Eds.), Individual creativity in the workplace. Elsevier.

  • Madrid, H.P. & Patterson, M. (2016). Creativity at work as a joint function between openness to experience, need for cognition and organizational fairness. Learning and Individual Differences. 51, 409-416. doi: 10.1016 / j.lindif.2015.07.01

  • Madrid, H.P., Patterson, MG & Leiva PI (2015). Negative core affect and employee silence: How differences in activation, rumination and job complexity matter. Journal of Applied Psychology, 100 (6), 1887-1898. doi: 10.1037 / a0039380

  • Madrid, H.P., Birdi, K., Patterson, M., Leiva, P. & Kausel, E. (2014). The role of weekly high-activated positive mood, context and personality in innovative work behavior: A multilevel and interactional model. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 35, 234-256. doi: 10.1002 / job.1867

  • Madrid, H.P. (2013). On innovation as an affect-driven work behavior. PhD thesis, University of Sheffield. doi: 10.13140 / RG.2.1.2762.3845. Advisors: Kamal Birdi, Malcolm Patterson, Examiners: Rob Briner and Carolyn Axtell

Other  Collaborations:

  • Madrid H.P., Vasquez CA, & Patterson M. (2020) Measurement of the psychosocial work environment in Spanish: Validation of the psychosocial factors questionnaire 75 (PSF-Q75) to capture demands and resources at different levels of analysis. Frontiers in Psychology, 11. doi: 10.3389 / fpsyg.2020.580196

  • Madrid, H.P., Diaz, MT, Leka, S., Leiva, PI, Barros, E. (2018). A finer grained approach to psychological capital and work performance. Journal of Business and Psychology. doi: 10.1007 / s10869-017-9503-z

  • Leiva, P.I;. Madrid, H.P. & Howes, S.S. (2018). Latin America and its Context for Research in the Work-Family Interface. In KM Shockley; W. Shen; & R. Johnson (Eds.), The Cambridge Handbook of the Global Work-Family Interface. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

  • Barros, E., Kausel, E., Leiva, P., Madrid, H.P., Muñoz, GJ, Tagle, MP, & Valenzuela, S. (2017). History of Industrial and Organizational Psychology in Chile. In SG Rogelberg (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Industrial and Organizational Psychology (2nd ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

  • Kausel, E., Culbertson S., S., Madrid, H.P. (2016) Overconfidence in personnel selection: When and why unstructured interview information can hurt hiring decisions. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 137, 27-44. doi: 10.1016 / j.obhdp.2016.07.005 ​

ARTICLES PRESENTED AT CONFERENCES

​ Our research is regularly presented at international congresses and conferences:  

  • Madrid, H.P. (2020). Team member interpersonal emotion regulation, team motivation and innovation. Work presented in the 80th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management (AOM). August 7-11, Virtual Conference.

  • Madrid, H.P. (2020). Leader affective presence and feedback in teams. 6th Biennial Institute of Work Psychology Conference on Work, Well-being & Performance. June 22th – 26th, Sheffield, United Kingdom.

  • Madrid, H.P. (2019). Team member Interpersonal emotion regulation and innovation. 19th Congress of the European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology (EAWOP). May 29th – June 20th, Turin, Italy.

  • Madrid, H.P. (2018). Leader interpersonal emotion regulation and voice in teams. Work presented in the 78th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management (AOM). August 10-14, Chicago, United States.

  • Madrid, H.P., Niven, K. & Vasquez, C. (2018). Leader interpersonal emotion regulation in teams. Eleventh International Conference on Emotions and Organizational Life ('Emonet XI'), Chicago, United States. Awarded as the best conference paper.

  • Madrid, H.P. & Patterson, M. (2018). A valence and arousal examination of affect and creativity at work. Eleventh International Conference on Emotions and Organizational Life ('Emonet XI'), Chicago, United States.

  • Madrid, H.P., Niven, K. & Vasquez, C. (2018). Leader interpersonal emotion regulation in teams. 5th Biennial Institute of Work Psychology Conference on Work, Well-being & Performance. June 19th – 21th, Sheffield, United Kingdom.

  • Madrid, H.P. & Patterson. (2017). Reciprocal influences between positive affect and innovative work behavior. 18th Congress of the European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology (EAWOP). May 17–20th, Dublin, Ireland.

  • Madrid, H.P. & Barros, E. (2016). A person-situation approach to self-efficacy, job demands and employee voice. 31th Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP). April 14-16, Anaheim, California, United States.

  • Madrid, H.P., Totterdell, P., Niven, K. & Barros, E. (2015). Leader affective presence and innovation in teams. Work presented in the 75th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management (AOM). August 7-11, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

  • Madrid, H.P., Totterdell, P. & Niven, K. (2015). Do leaders with negative affective presence silence novel ideas within work teams? Work presented in the 17th Congress of the European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology (EAWOP). May 20–23th, Oslo, Norway.

  • Madrid, H.P., Patterson, M. & Leiva, P. (2014). Negative moods and silence: Rumination and complexity as boundary conditions. Work presented in the 29th Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP). May15-17, Honolulu, Hawaii, United States.

  • Madrid, H.P., Totterdell, P., Niven, K. & Barros, E. (2013). How leader affective presence relates to proactive behavior in teams. Work presented in the 73rd annual meeting of the Academy of Management (AOM). August 9-13, Lake Buena Vista (Orlando), Florida, United States.

  • Madrid, H.P. & Patterson, M. (2013). The dual-model of affect and innovative work behavior: How feelings interplay with job characteristics in generating, promoting and implementing novel ideas. Work presented in the 16th congress of the European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology (EAWOP). May 22–25th Münster, Germany.

  • Madrid, H.P., Birdi, K., Patterson, M., Leiva, P., Kausel, E. (2012). The power of momentary feelings and their dispositional correlates over innovative work behavior. Work presented in the 3rd Biennial Institute of Work Psychology Conference on Work, Well-being & Performance. June 26th – 28th, Sheffield, United Kingdom. Work awarded as the best article of the conference.

  • Madrid, H.P., Birdi, K., Patterson, M., Leiva, P., Kausel, E. (2012). Innovative work behavior engagement: Testing a multilevel and interactional model. Work presented in the 8th International Conference on Emotions and Worklife (EMONET) Hanken School of Economics. July 2nd-3th, Helsinki, Finland.

  • Madrid, H.P. (2012). Engaging innovative work behavior: The role of job-related moods. Work presented in the Combined Sheffield Universities Doctoral Conference. May 22nd – 23rd, Sheffield Management School, United Kingdom.

  • Madrid, H.P., Birdi, K. (2011). Job satisfaction as a joint function of support for innovation and organizational identification. Work presented in the 15th Conference of the European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology (EAWOP). May 25–28th Maastricht, The Netherlands.

  • Madrid, H.P. (2011). Individual innovation and job-related psychological well-being in teams. Work presented in the Combined Sheffield Universities Doctoral Conference. April 19th – 20th, Sheffield Management School, United Kingdom.

  • Madrid H.P. (2010). Team climate for innovation: A psychometric approach. Work presented in the Second EAWOP Early Career Conference for Advance Work and Organizational Psychology. September 11th – 17th. Valencia, Spain.