Ide Katrine Birkeland
Førsteamanuensis - Institutt for kommunikasjon og kultur
Recieved my PhD in Organizational Psychology and Leadership from BI Norwegian Business School in 2014. Currently working as a Postdoctoral Fellow in School Management at BI Norwegian Business School, Department of Communication and Culture.
Birkeland, Ide Katrine; Richardsen, Astrid Marie & Dysvik, Anders (2018)
The role of passion and support perceptions in changing burnout: a Johnson-Neyman approach
This study explored the relationship between obsessive and harmonious passion for work and burnout, as well as the moderating roles of perceived supervisor support and perceived coworker support. A longitudinal, 3-wave study was conducted among 1,263 members of a large Norwegian workers’ union across a 10-month time span. Harmonious passion for work was related to a decrease in exhaustion and cynicism over time, whereas obsessive passion for work was stably and positively related to exhaustion and cynicism. Furthermore, we suggested that a situational contingency in the form of support perceptions may reduce the negative outcome of obsessive passion but found that this attenuation may depend on the level of the obsessive passion. By applying the Johnson-Neyman statistical technique, we showed that the level of obsessive passion is important in understanding when a supporting environment is actually helpful in protecting against burnout. We still recommend careful selection of coworkers who are genuinely caring and considerate of others, as well as facilitating good relationships at work. However, we also discuss how high levels of obsessive passion might prevent certain employees from gaining from the effects of coworker support
Birkeland, Ide Katrine & Nerstad, Christina G. L. (2016)
Incivility Is (Not) the Very Essence of Love: Passion for Work and Incivility Instigation
Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 21(1), s. 77- 90. Doi: 10.1037/a0039389
Birkeland, Ide Katrine & Buch, Robert (2014)
The dualistic model of passion for work: Discriminate and predictive validity with work engagement and workaholism
Motivation and Emotion, 39(3), s. 392- 408. Doi: 10.1007/s11031-014-9462-x
The purpose of this paper was to investigate the discriminant and predictive validity of the dualistic model of passion for work. Harmonious and obsessive passion was compared to work engagement and workaholism in two studies. Study 1 was cross-sectional and supported convergent and discriminant validity of the dualistic model using exploratory structural equation modeling and con- firmatory factor analysis. Study 2 was cross-lagged and applied confirmatory factor analyses, as well as hierarchi- cal linear modeling to test discriminant, convergent, and predictive validity of harmonious and obsessive passion for work. Predictive validity was supported for obsessive and harmonious passion with respect to wellbeing, but not with respect to performance. When controlling for work engagement and workaholism, harmonious passion was negatively related to burnout and positively related to life satisfaction. In contrast, obsessive passion related posi- tively to burnout and negatively to life satisfaction. Only workaholism predicted variance in supervisor rated orga- nizational citizenship behaviors (negatively related), and none of the included variables were associated with supervisor rated in-role performance.
Birkeland, Ide Katrine; Adamska, Katarzyna & Naustdal, Sissel (2017)
Increasing Students’ Growth Mindsets – the Role of the Teacher in a Digital Intervention
[Academic lecture]. AERA.
Birkeland, Ide Katrine (2015)
Obsessive Passion for Work and Organizational Citizenship Behavior: A Curvilinear Investigation
[Academic lecture]. AoM 2015.
Birkeland, Ide Katrine (2013)
For Better or Worse: The Role of Passion on Employee Outcomes – A Behavioral Perspective
[Academic lecture]. 10th International Conference on Occupational Stress and Health.
Birkeland, Ide Katrine (2010)
Passion and its Relations to Engagement, Self Determined and Non-Self Determined Work Motivation
[Academic lecture]. 4th International Self-Determination Theory Conference.
Richardsen, Astrid Marie & Birkeland, Ide Katrine (2009)
Passion and its relationships with engagement and workaholism
[Academic lecture]. APA's Work, Stress and Health Conference.
|2014||BI Norwegian Business School||PhD|
|2007||Norwegian School of Sport Sciences||Master of Science|
|2015 - Present||BI Norwegian Business School||Assistant Professor|