Giverny De Boeck is a Post-doctoral Research Fellow at the Centre for Transformative Work Design that is part of Curtin University (Perth, Australia). In 2019, she defended her Ph.D. in Business Economics at KU Leuven (Belgium) on the topic of the realization of potential in the workplace. Her interests include talent management, potential appraisal, work meaningfulness, temporality, and imagination. For her post-doc, she aims to study these topics in relation to automation in the workplace, work design, and proactive work behavior.
- De Boeck, G., N. Dries, and H. Tierens. 2019. "The Experience of Untapped Potential: Towards a Subjective Temporal Understanding of Work Meaningfulness." JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES 56 (3): 529-557.
- De Boeck, G., M. C. Meyers, and N. Dries. 2018. "Employee reactions to talent management: Assumptions versus evidence." JOURNAL OF ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR 39 (2): 199-213.
- Meyers, M. C., G. De Boeck, and N. Dries. 2017. "Talent or not: Employee reactions to talent designations." In The Oxford Handbook of Talent Management: Oxford University Press.
- De Stobbeleir, K., G. De Boeck, and N. Dries. 2016. "Feedback-seeking behavior: A person-environment fit perspective." In Proactivity at Work: Making Things Happen in Organization