Marie-Helene Budworth

School of Human Resource Management

Associate Professor

Office: Atkinson College, 129
Phone: 416-736-2100 Ext: 22867
Emailbudworth@yorku.ca

Marie-Hélène Budworth researches and teaches in the areas of individual development and learning. She holds a PhD is in Organizational Behaviour and Human Resource Management, a Master’s in Counselling Psychology, and a Bachelor of Science in Biology and Psychology. Her early work in psychology and natural science guides her work and her approach to research. Her current research program is focussed on development and interpersonal interactions within the context of work. She is interested in how people learn, acquire knowledge, make choices, and negotiate with one another in order to succeed. She believes that learning and development are socially constructed and, therefore, looks at the individuals and networks that surround people as a way of understanding conditions for success. She also examines the value of psychologically based interventions for enhancing and promoting development within systematically disadvantaged populations. She has a particular interest in issues related to gender and emerging workers.

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Marie-Hélène Budworth’s research is guided by the principle that learning is socially constructed. Individuals develop their knowledge, skills, and abilities through interaction with others in the training programs, classrooms, and workplaces. She is interested in how people learn and adapt in applied settings. She has a special interest in how groups benefit from the knowledge, skills, and abilities held by individuals. Her studies have investigated how knowledge is used by groups and how information flows among its members. For example, her work on group learning processes suggests that teams do not utilize important and relevant information when it is held by only one person. Her work has been presented at scholarly conferences in the UK, Portugal, Ireland, the US and Canada and published in the Journal of Vocational Behavior, International Journal of Selection and Assessment. She teaches Negotiations for Human Resource Managers, Managing Teams, and Leadership and Managerial Skills.

Degrees

PhD, University of Toronto
MEd in Counselling Psychology, OISE, University of Toronto
BSc , McMaster University


Research Interests

Learning, transfer of training, group process

Selected Publications

Budworth, M., Latham, G.P., & Manroop, L. (2015) . Looking forward to performance improvement: A field test of feedforward. Human Resource Management, 54, 45-54.

Harrison, J. & Budworth, M. (forthcoming) . Unintended consequences of an online presence: Effects on hiring-related decisions. Career Development International.

Ezzedeen, S. R., Budworth, M., & Baker, S.D. (forthcoming) . Does the Glass Ceiling still exist? Early career women’s attitudes towards executive work. Journal of Career Development.

Budworth, M. & DeGama, N. (2012) . Factors affecting cross-cultural adjustment: Training, experience, and individual differences. Human Resources Development Quarterly, 23, 331-340.

Budworth, M. & Mann, S. (2011) . Performance management: Where do we go from here? Human Resource Management Review, 21, 81-84.

Budworth, M. & Mann, S. (2010) . Modesty versus self-promotion: A double edged sword for women in management. Journal of Management Development, 29, 177-186.

Current Research Projects

Vertical transfer of training: Can one person make a difference?


Project Type: Funded
Funders: 
SSHRC Standard Research Grant


Project Type: Funded
Funders: 
Junior Faculty Fund


Project Type: Funded
Funders: 
Minor Research Grant

Description: 
- 2007 Spring

Project Type: Funded
Funders: 
Junior Faculty Fund


Project Type: Funded
Funders: 
ATK Fellowship

Selected Publications

Budworth, M., Latham, G.P., & Manroop, L. (2015) . Looking forward to performance improvement: A field test of feedforward. Human Resource Management, 54, 45-54.

Harrison, J. & Budworth, M. (forthcoming) . Unintended consequences of an online presence: Effects on hiring-related decisions. Career Development International.

Ezzedeen, S. R., Budworth, M., & Baker, S.D. (forthcoming) . Does the Glass Ceiling still exist? Early career women’s attitudes towards executive work. Journal of Career Development.

Budworth, M. & DeGama, N. (2012) . Factors affecting cross-cultural adjustment: Training, experience, and individual differences. Human Resources Development Quarterly, 23, 331-340.

Budworth, M. & Mann, S. (2011) . Performance management: Where do we go from here? Human Resource Management Review, 21, 81-84.

Budworth, M. & Mann, S. (2010) . Modesty versus self-promotion: A double edged sword for women in management. Journal of Management Development, 29, 177-186.

All Publications

Book Chapters

Budworth, M., Enns, J.R. & Rowbotham, K. (2008) . A model of identity and strategic development in dual career couples with children. Gender in Management: An International Review, 23, 1754-2413.

Latham, G.P., & Budworth, M. (2006) . The study of employee motivation in the 20th Century. In L. Koppes (Ed.), The science and practice of industrial-organizational psychology: The first hundred years, pp. 353-381. Lawrence Erlbaum. Mahwah, NJ.

Latham, G.P. & Budworth, M. (2004) . Behavioural observation scales. In J. Ivancevich & W. Lidwell (Eds.), Guidelines for excellence in management. Applied Management Sciences: Texas.

Latham, G.P. & Budworth, M. (2004) . The situational interview. In J. Ivancevich & W. Lidwell (Eds.), Guidelines for excellence in management. Applied Management Sciences: Texas.

Budworth, M. & Latham, G.P. (2003) . Diversity research in I/O psychology. In F. Avallone, H. Kepir Sinangil & A. Caetano (Eds.), Identity and diversity in organizations. Guerini Studio: Milan.

Journal Articles

Harrison, J. & Budworth, M. (forthcoming) . Unintended consequences of an online presence: Effects on hiring-related decisions. Career Development International.

Ezzedeen, S. R., Budworth, M., & Baker, S.D. (forthcoming) . Does the Glass Ceiling still exist? Early career women’s attitudes towards executive work. Journal of Career Development.

Budworth, M., Latham, G.P., & Manroop, L. (2015) . Looking forward to performance improvement: A field test of feedforward. Human Resource Management, 54, 45-54.

Mann, S & Budworth, M. (2012) . Ratings of counterproductive performance: The effect of rating source. International Journal of Productivity and Performance Management, 61, 142-156.

Budworth, M. & DeGama, N. (2012) . Factors affecting cross-cultural adjustment: Training, experience, and individual differences. Human Resources Development Quarterly, 23, 331-340.

Budworth, M. & Mann, S. (2011) . Performance management: Where do we go from here? Human Resource Management Review, 21, 81-84.

Budworth, M. & Mann, S. (2010) . Modesty versus self-promotion: A double edged sword for women in management. Journal of Management Development, 29, 177-186.

Budworth, M. & Sookhai, F. (2010) . Enhancing transfer climate through supervisor training. Human Resource Development Quarterly, 21, 257-272.

Sookhai, F., & Budworth, M. (2010) . Enhancing transfer climate through supervisor training. Human Resources Development Quarterly, 21, 257-272.

McKenna, S., Ducharme, M., & Budworth, M. (2009) . What happens on tour, stays on tour: Teams on short-term international assignment. Research and Practice in Human Resource Management, 17, 112-127.

Latham, G.P., Budworth, M., Whyte, G., Yanar, B. (2008) . The influence of a managers’ own performance appraisal on the evaluation of others. International Journal of Selection and Assessment, 16, 220–228.

Yanar, B., Budworth, M., & Latham, G.P. (2008) . The effect of training in verbal self guidance on self-efficacy and reemployment of Turkish women. Applied Psychology: An International Review, 220-8.

Latham, G.P. & Budworth, M. (2006) The effect of training in verbal self guidance on self-efficacy and performance of Native North Americans in the selection interview. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 68, 516-523.

Conference Proceedings

Budworth, M. & Latham, G.P. (2007) . Vertical transfer of training: Can one person make a difference? Best paper proceedings, Academy of Management, Philadelphia

Budworth, M., & Rowbotham, K. (2007) . Modesty, gender, and income: The implications for salary negotiations. Paper published in the proceedings of the Group Decision and Negotiation Conference, Mount Tremblant.

Latham, G.P., Budworth, M. & Schepmyer (2002). Career exploration, interview performance and feedback seeking: The effect of training Aboriginal youth in functional self-guidance. Paper published in the proceedings of the Hawaii International Conference on Social Sciences.

Conference Papers

Ezzedeen, S., Budworth, M., & Riggi, C. (2012, April) . Devils and contenders: Portrayals of professional women in North American motion pictures. Paper accepted for presentation at Academy of Management, Boston.

Budworth, M. & Yanar, B. (2012, June) . Appreciative Inquiry: A strength-based approach to coaching. Paper accepted for presentation at the First Canadian Conference on Positive Psychology, Toronto.

Ezzedeen, S., Budworth, M., Baker, S. (2011, May) . Who cares about the glass ceiling? Preliminary findings of generation Y women’s attitudes towards career and family. Paper presented at the Eastern Academy of Management, Boston.

Rowbotham, K. & Budworth, M. (2010, June) . A model of antecedents and consequences of modesty in the workplace. Paper presented at the Institute for Work Psychology, Sheffiled, UK.

Yanar, B., Budworth, M., Latham, G.P. (2008, July) . The effect of verbal self-guidance training for overcoming employment barriers: A study of Turkish women. XXIX. International Congress of Psychology, Berlin, Germany.

Budworth, M. (2008, August) . Vertical transfer of training: The role of collective efficacy. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Academy of Management, Anaheim. In symposium, Latham, G.P. (chair) , Predicting and enhancing training outcomes.

Latham, G.P., and M.H. Budworth. (2007) . The Effect of Training in Verbal Self-Guidance on the Self-Efficacy and Performance of Native North Americans in the Selection Interview.

Budworth, M., Latham, G.P. and H. Schepmyer. (2003) . Diversity Ignorance in I/O Psychology. In G.P. Latham (Chair), Diversity in Industrial/Organizational Psychology : A study of historical and current trends.

Current Courses

TermCourse NumberSectionTitleType 
Summer 2017 AP/HRM3440 3.0  Leadership and Management Skills ONLN  

Upcoming Courses

TermCourse NumberSectionTitleType 
Fall 2017 AP/HRM3440 3.0  Leadership and Management Skills ONLN  
Fall 2017 AP/HRM4490 3.0  Negotiations for Human Resource Management BLEN  


Marie-Hélène Budworth researches and teaches in the areas of individual development and learning. She holds a PhD is in Organizational Behaviour and Human Resource Management, a Master’s in Counselling Psychology, and a Bachelor of Science in Biology and Psychology. Her early work in psychology and natural science guides her work and her approach to research. Her current research program is focussed on development and interpersonal interactions within the context of work. She is interested in how people learn, acquire knowledge, make choices, and negotiate with one another in order to succeed. She believes that learning and development are socially constructed and, therefore, looks at the individuals and networks that surround people as a way of understanding conditions for success. She also examines the value of psychologically based interventions for enhancing and promoting development within systematically disadvantaged populations. She has a particular interest in issues related to gender and emerging workers.


Marie-Hélène Budworth’s research is guided by the principle that learning is socially constructed. Individuals develop their knowledge, skills, and abilities through interaction with others in the training programs, classrooms, and workplaces. She is interested in how people learn and adapt in applied settings. She has a special interest in how groups benefit from the knowledge, skills, and abilities held by individuals. Her studies have investigated how knowledge is used by groups and how information flows among its members. For example, her work on group learning processes suggests that teams do not utilize important and relevant information when it is held by only one person. Her work has been presented at scholarly conferences in the UK, Portugal, Ireland, the US and Canada and published in the Journal of Vocational Behavior, International Journal of Selection and Assessment. She teaches Negotiations for Human Resource Managers, Managing Teams, and Leadership and Managerial Skills.

Degrees

PhD, University of Toronto
MEd in Counselling Psychology, OISE, University of Toronto
BSc , McMaster University

Research Interests:

Other, Learning, transfer of training, group process

Current Research Projects

Vertical transfer of training: Can one person make a difference?


Project Type: Funded
Funders: 
SSHRC Standard Research Grant


Project Type: Funded
Funders: 
Junior Faculty Fund


Project Type: Funded
Funders: 
Minor Research Grant

Description: 
- 2007 Spring

Project Type: Funded
Funders: 
Junior Faculty Fund


Project Type: Funded
Funders: 
ATK Fellowship

All Publications

Book Chapters

Budworth, M., Enns, J.R. & Rowbotham, K. (2008) . A model of identity and strategic development in dual career couples with children. Gender in Management: An International Review, 23, 1754-2413.

Latham, G.P., & Budworth, M. (2006) . The study of employee motivation in the 20th Century. In L. Koppes (Ed.), The science and practice of industrial-organizational psychology: The first hundred years, pp. 353-381. Lawrence Erlbaum. Mahwah, NJ.

Latham, G.P. & Budworth, M. (2004) . Behavioural observation scales. In J. Ivancevich & W. Lidwell (Eds.), Guidelines for excellence in management. Applied Management Sciences: Texas.

Latham, G.P. & Budworth, M. (2004) . The situational interview. In J. Ivancevich & W. Lidwell (Eds.), Guidelines for excellence in management. Applied Management Sciences: Texas.

Budworth, M. & Latham, G.P. (2003) . Diversity research in I/O psychology. In F. Avallone, H. Kepir Sinangil & A. Caetano (Eds.), Identity and diversity in organizations. Guerini Studio: Milan.

Journal Articles

Harrison, J. & Budworth, M. (forthcoming) . Unintended consequences of an online presence: Effects on hiring-related decisions. Career Development International.

Ezzedeen, S. R., Budworth, M., & Baker, S.D. (forthcoming) . Does the Glass Ceiling still exist? Early career women’s attitudes towards executive work. Journal of Career Development.

Budworth, M., Latham, G.P., & Manroop, L. (2015) . Looking forward to performance improvement: A field test of feedforward. Human Resource Management, 54, 45-54.

Mann, S & Budworth, M. (2012) . Ratings of counterproductive performance: The effect of rating source. International Journal of Productivity and Performance Management, 61, 142-156.

Budworth, M. & DeGama, N. (2012) . Factors affecting cross-cultural adjustment: Training, experience, and individual differences. Human Resources Development Quarterly, 23, 331-340.

Budworth, M. & Mann, S. (2011) . Performance management: Where do we go from here? Human Resource Management Review, 21, 81-84.

Budworth, M. & Mann, S. (2010) . Modesty versus self-promotion: A double edged sword for women in management. Journal of Management Development, 29, 177-186.

Budworth, M. & Sookhai, F. (2010) . Enhancing transfer climate through supervisor training. Human Resource Development Quarterly, 21, 257-272.

Sookhai, F., & Budworth, M. (2010) . Enhancing transfer climate through supervisor training. Human Resources Development Quarterly, 21, 257-272.

McKenna, S., Ducharme, M., & Budworth, M. (2009) . What happens on tour, stays on tour: Teams on short-term international assignment. Research and Practice in Human Resource Management, 17, 112-127.

Latham, G.P., Budworth, M., Whyte, G., Yanar, B. (2008) . The influence of a managers’ own performance appraisal on the evaluation of others. International Journal of Selection and Assessment, 16, 220–228.

Yanar, B., Budworth, M., & Latham, G.P. (2008) . The effect of training in verbal self guidance on self-efficacy and reemployment of Turkish women. Applied Psychology: An International Review, 220-8.

Latham, G.P. & Budworth, M. (2006) The effect of training in verbal self guidance on self-efficacy and performance of Native North Americans in the selection interview. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 68, 516-523.

Conference Proceedings

Budworth, M. & Latham, G.P. (2007) . Vertical transfer of training: Can one person make a difference? Best paper proceedings, Academy of Management, Philadelphia

Budworth, M., & Rowbotham, K. (2007) . Modesty, gender, and income: The implications for salary negotiations. Paper published in the proceedings of the Group Decision and Negotiation Conference, Mount Tremblant.

Latham, G.P., Budworth, M. & Schepmyer (2002). Career exploration, interview performance and feedback seeking: The effect of training Aboriginal youth in functional self-guidance. Paper published in the proceedings of the Hawaii International Conference on Social Sciences.

Conference Papers

Ezzedeen, S., Budworth, M., & Riggi, C. (2012, April) . Devils and contenders: Portrayals of professional women in North American motion pictures. Paper accepted for presentation at Academy of Management, Boston.

Budworth, M. & Yanar, B. (2012, June) . Appreciative Inquiry: A strength-based approach to coaching. Paper accepted for presentation at the First Canadian Conference on Positive Psychology, Toronto.

Ezzedeen, S., Budworth, M., Baker, S. (2011, May) . Who cares about the glass ceiling? Preliminary findings of generation Y women’s attitudes towards career and family. Paper presented at the Eastern Academy of Management, Boston.

Rowbotham, K. & Budworth, M. (2010, June) . A model of antecedents and consequences of modesty in the workplace. Paper presented at the Institute for Work Psychology, Sheffiled, UK.

Yanar, B., Budworth, M., Latham, G.P. (2008, July) . The effect of verbal self-guidance training for overcoming employment barriers: A study of Turkish women. XXIX. International Congress of Psychology, Berlin, Germany.

Budworth, M. (2008, August) . Vertical transfer of training: The role of collective efficacy. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Academy of Management, Anaheim. In symposium, Latham, G.P. (chair) , Predicting and enhancing training outcomes.

Latham, G.P., and M.H. Budworth. (2007) . The Effect of Training in Verbal Self-Guidance on the Self-Efficacy and Performance of Native North Americans in the Selection Interview.

Budworth, M., Latham, G.P. and H. Schepmyer. (2003) . Diversity Ignorance in I/O Psychology. In G.P. Latham (Chair), Diversity in Industrial/Organizational Psychology : A study of historical and current trends.


Teaching:

Current Courses

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TermCourse NumberSectionTitleType 
Summer 2017 AP/HRM3440 3.0  Leadership and Management Skills ONLN  

Upcoming Courses

TermCourse NumberSectionTitleType 
Fall 2017 AP/HRM3440 3.0  Leadership and Management Skills ONLN  
Fall 2017 AP/HRM4490 3.0  Negotiations for Human Resource Management BLEN