Dr Mulyadi Robin
PhD , Bachelor of Business (Hons) , Bachelor of Business


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Dr Mulyadi Robin
Senior Lecturer in Leadership, Program Director - Master of Leadership

Mulyadi is a member of the Faculty of Business and specialises in the following areas: Leadership .

Biography

Mulyadi is a senior lecturer in Leadership and Program Director for the Master of Leadership program at Alphacrucis College. Prior to his current appointment, he worked at the Monash Business School, lecturing in leadership and management, and was the Bachelor of Commerce Course-Coordinator for Management Studies. He also previously worked at the Centre for Workplace Leadership (The University of Melbourne). Mulyadi has won a number of awards both as a lecturer and a researcher, and his published work has appeared in outlets such as Journal of Business Ethics, Personnel Review, and The Leadership Quarterly.

While Mulyadi’s research predominantly focuses on servant leadership, he has also researched the dark triad of personality, workplace deviant behaviours, high performance work systems, international students, and the role of faith at work. He is particularly interested in the unintended outcomes of good leadership practices.

A true-blue CIA (Chinese Indonesian living in Australia), he spent most of his formative years in Singapore prior to moving to Melbourne in search of better weather and coffee. He enjoys photography, playing the guitar, tinkering with his cars, and reading psychological thrillers when the time allows.

Academic Qualifications

2014

PhD (Monash University)
Dissertation Title Leadership, Engagement, and Workplace Behaviours: The Mediating Role of Psychological Capital

2009

Bachelor of Business (Hons) (Monash University)
Dissertation Title In Search of Leadership Excellence: Content Analysis of Leadership Development Literature Over the Past 15 Years (1994-2009) Using the Servant Leadership Framework

2008

Bachelor of Business (Monash University)

Selected Publications

Robin, M. and Sendjaya, S. (2019). Looking Back to Look Forward: Lessons for Leadership Development In Sendjaya, S., Leading for High Performance in Asia (pp. 159-184). Springer, Singapore. | Link to journal

Robin, M., Feng, C., Huang, X., and Zhang, L. (2018). Development and Validation of the Vocational Commitment to Change Scale. Paper presented at the LEAD in Asia, Bali, Indonesia, . | External link

Eva, N., Robin, M., Sendjaya, S., van Dierendonck, D., & Liden, R.C.(2018). Servant Leadership: A systematic review and call for future research. The Leadership Quarterly, . | Link to journal | External link | AC Link

Eva, N., Sendjaya, S., Prajogo, D., Cavanagh, A. & Robin, M. (2018). Creating strategic fit: Aligning servant leadership with organizational structure and strategy. Personnel Review, 47 (1)166-186. | Link to journal | External link

Sendjaya, S., Robin, M., and Eva, N. (2017). Developing Holistic Leaders in the Toxic Context Using the Servant Leadership Approach. Paper presented at the International Leadership Association Conference, Brussells, Belgium, . | External link

Robin, M. (2017). Social Inclusion and International Students. Paper presented at the Tertiary Education Research in New Zealand, Palmerston North, New Zealand, . | Link to journal | External link

Eva, N., Sendjaya, S., Herbert, K., and Robin, M. (2017). An examination of the light and dark antecedents of servant leadership. Paper presented at the Academy of Management, Atlanta, . | Link to journal

Sendjaya, S., Eva, N., Butar Butar, I., Robin, M., & Castles, S. (2017). SLBS-6: validation of a short form of the Servant Leadership Behavior Scale. Journal of Business Ethics, DOI: 10.1007/s10551-017-3594-3. | External link

Robin, M. & Sendjaya, S. (2016). Minimizing Workplace Deviance and Engaging Employees through Servant Leadership: An Australian perspective. Paper presented at the LEAD in Asia Conference, Bali, Indonesia, .

Sendjaya, S., Butarbutar, I., Eva, N. and Robin, M. (2015). Development and Validation of the Short Servant Leadership Behaviour Scale. Paper presented at the 29th Annual Australia and New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM), Queenstown, New Zealand, . | External link

Gahan, P., Robin, M., Butar Butar, I., Evans, M., and Harley, B. (2015). If HPWPs Are Good for Performance, Why Don't More Firms Use Them?. Paper presented at the Academy of Management Conference, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, . | Link to journal | External link

Gahan, P., Robin, M., Butarbutar, I., Evans, M. and Harley, B. (2015). The Paradox of High Performance Work Practices. Paper presented at the The 29th Annual Australia and New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM) Conference, Queenstown, New Zealand, . | AC Link

Orazi, D., Good, L., Robin, M., van Wanrooy, B., Olsen, J., and Gahan, P. (2014). Workplace Leadership: A review of prior research. The Centre for Workplace Leadership, The University of Melbourne. | Link to journal | External link

Robin, M. (2014). Developing a Servant Leadership Research Agenda. Paper presented at the The 24th Annual Servant Leadership Conference, Greenleaf Centre for Servant Leadership, Atlanta, United States, . | External link

Robin, M. and Sendjaya, S. (2012). Leadership Behaviors, Employee Engagement, and Workplace Behaviors: A multi-level perspective.. Paper presented at the 2nd Global Servant Leadership Roundtable, Melbourne, Australia, .

Robin, M. and Sendjaya, S. (2012). Developing Holistic Leaders: Re-Examining Leadership Development Programs using the Servant Leadership Model. Paper presented at the The 26th Annual Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM) Conference, Perth, Australia, .

Robin, M. and Sendjaya, S. (2011). Servant Leadership Development: A content analysis ofleadership development literature from 1994-2009. Paper presented at the International Leadership Association Conference, London, United Kingdom, .

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