Dr. Stephanie Rehbock
Office hours: by appointment (please e-mail)
Room: Arcisstr. 21, Building 0505, Intermediate Story, Room Z565
E-Mail: stephanie.rehbock (at) tum.de
Fon: +49 89 289 24094
Fax: +49 89 289 24093
Stephanie Rehbock joined the team in June 2016 as a research associate. In March 2020, she defended her dissertation in Organizational Psychology, titled " Leader and Follower Perspectives on Leadership, Identity, and Career Advancement: Empirical Evidence from the Academic Context”.
Stephanie studied Communication Science (B.A.) and the international Master’s program “Psychology of Excellence in Business and Education” (M.A.) at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University in Munich and at Sciences Po in Paris. She then joined the consulting company Accenture and worked as a management consultant in advising international clients with regards to Change Management, Leadership and Team Development in global transformation projects in multiple countries.
In her research, Stephanie Rehbock focuses on leadership, identity, career management, and diversity in business and academia. Additionally, she is a trainer in our course program for research and science managers, as well as for the Executive Education Center of TUM School of Management.
|Since 03/2020||Postdoctoral fellow at the TUM Chair of Research and Science Management, Munich|
|March 2020||PhD in Organisational Psychology, Technical University of Munich|
|2016-2020||Research Associate and PhD Candidate at the Chair of Research and Science Management, TUM School of Management|
|2013-2016||Management Consultant, Talent & Organization, Accenture GmbH|
|2015||Management Consultant, Automotive Industry, Shanghai, Accenture China|
|2012||M.A. Psychology of Excellence in Business and Education, LMU Munich|
|2010-2012||Program assistant, Corporate Development Executives, Siemens AG|
|2010||B.A. Communication Science, LMU Munich|
|2009||Study abroad at Sciences Po, Paris|
Rehbock, S. K., Knipfer, K., & Peus, C. (2021). What got you here, won’t help you there: changing requirements in the pre- versus the post-tenure career stage in academia. Frontiers in Psychology. Doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2021.569281
Rehbock, S., Pircher Verdorfer, A. & Knipfer, K. (2019). Rate my professor: implicit leadership theories in academia, Studies in Higher Education, Online First. Doi:10.1080/03075079.2019.1696765
Practitioner oriented articles and book chapters
Dutz, R., Rehbock, S., & Peus, C. (2020). FührMINT Gender Decoder: Subtile Geschlechtskodierung in Stellenanzeigen erkennen und auflösen [FührMINT Gender Decoder: Identifying and resolving subtle gender coding in job advertisements]. Personal in Hochschule und Wissenschaft entwickeln, 5/2020, p. 87-95.
Rehbock, S. (2020). Kompetent, ehrgeizig und fürsorglich – Wie Nachwuchsforschende ihre Vorgesetzten sehen. [Competent, ambitious, and caring – how junior researchers view their leaders]. Personal in Hochschule und Wissenschaft entwickeln, 03/2020, 96-107.
Rehbock, S. (2020). Academic leadership: Challenges and opportunities for leaders and leadership development in higher education. In: M. Antoniadou, M. Crowder (Eds.), Modern day challenges in academia: Time for a change. London, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing.
Rehbock, S. & Hubner, S. (2018). Stereotype als Karrierekiller? [Stereotypes as career killer?] news - Gender | Politik | Universität, 01/2018, 19-23.
Peus, C., Hubner, S., Dutz, R., & Rehbock, S. (Hrsg.) (2018). Editorial: Erfolgsfaktoren für wissenschaftliche Karrieren [Success factors for academic careers]. Hochschulmanagement, 03/2018. ISSN: 1860-3025.
Rehbock, S., Horvath, L.K., & Hentschel, T. (2017). Geschlechtergerechtes Talentmanagement in der Wissenschaft. [Gender fair talent management in academia]. Personal- und Organisationsentwicklung in Einrichtungen der Lehre und Forschung, 1/2017, 19-25.
Conference proceedings and presentations
Hubner, S. & Rehbock, S. (2021, June). When start-ups grow up: The struggles of formalization. Paper accepted at the Babson College Entrepreneurship Research Conference (BCERC).
Hubner, S. & Rehbock, S. (2020, October). When start-ups grow up: The struggles of formalization. Paper presented at the 24th interdisciplinary conference on entrepreneurship and innovation (G-Forum) in Karlsruhe, Germany.
Rehbock, S. (2020, August). Critical events at a critical time: Setbacks and shocks in early academic career stages. Symposium presented at the 80th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management (AOM), Vancouver, Canada.
Rehbock, S. (2020, August). Men and women’s identity work in response to private- and work-shocks over time. In S. Rehbock (Chair), Critical events at a critical time: Setbacks and shocks in early academic career stages. Symposium presented at the 80th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management (AOM), Vancouver, Canada.
Rehbock, S. (2020, May*). Implicit leadership theories in China. Paper accepted for presentation at the 5th Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Leadership Symposium (IPLS), Mykonos, Greece.
*postponed to 2021 due to Covid-19.
Rehbock, S., Gloor, J., & Kark, R. (2020, February). Early career shocks and identity work over time. Paper presented at the conference Careers in Context: Theorizing in and about Turbulent Times, Vienna, Austria.
Rehbock, S., & Peus, C. (2019, August). Selfish start, selfless senior? Shifting expectations in academic career advancement. Paper presented at the 79th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Boston, Massachusetts, USA.
Rehbock, S., Pircher Verdorfer, A., & Knipfer, K. (2019, August). Rate my professor: Implicit leadership theories in academia. Paper presented at the 79th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Boston, Massachusetts, USA.
Rehbock, S., Knipfer, K., Hubner, S., & Peus, C. (2019, May). The role of power in leader identity construal. Paper presented at the 4th Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Leadership Symposium (IPLS), Corfu, Greece.
Rehbock, S., Knipfer, K., & Peus, C. (2018, December). Gendered requirements in STEM careers. Poster presented at the conference Frauen in der digitalen Zukunft: Stereotype durchbrechen, Technical University of Munich, Germany.
Rehbock, S., Knipfer, K., Hubner, S., & Peus, C. (2018, September). Balancing multiple roles as a professor: A typology of academic leaders. Paper presented at the 51st Congress of the DGPs (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Psychologie), Frankfurt, Germany.
Rehbock, S., Knipfer, K., & Peus, C. (2018, September). Professors’ daily job challenges – a basis for targeted leadership development in higher education. Paper presented at the 51st Congress of the DGPs (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Psychologie), Frankfurt, Germany.
Rehbock, S., Knipfer, K., & Peus, C. (2018, September). Why you should move up like a man, but lead like a lady: Gendered requirements in academic careers. Paper presented at the conference of the Commission Personnel Management (Wissenschaftliche Kommission Personal) of the German Academic Association for Business Research (VHB), Munich, Germany.
Rehbock, S., Knipfer, K., Hubner, S., & Peus, C. (2018, August). Born researcher or political influencer? Professorial identity in higher education. Paper presented at the 78th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Chicago, Illinois, USA.
Rehbock, S., Knipfer, K., & Peus, C. (2017, September). Implizite Führungstheorien in der Wissenschaft – Anforderungsdiskrepanzen zwischen Aufstieg und Erfolg von Führungspersonen. [Implicit leadership theories in academia – Discrepancies between requirements for the advancement to and success in leadership roles]. Paper presented at the 10th conference of the section Work-, Organizational- and Business psychology (AOW) of the German Psychological Society (DGPs), Dresden, Germany.
Academy of Management
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Psychologie (DGPs, German Psychological Society)
|2020||AOM Best Symposium in Management Education and Development Award|
|2016-2020||TUM Diversity Fund: Recipient of several travel grants|
|2008-2009||ERAMUS Scholarship, Sciences Po, Paris, France|