Scholarship to fund Ph.D. studies, University of Haifa
NIS 48,000 per year
The Israeli Prize of Industrial Relations Association
CRANET Research Grant
Best Paper Proceedings: Academy of Management
The winner of the 2009 Emerald/EFMD Outstanding Doctoral Research Award in the Education and Leadership Strategy category
The Lookstein Center Grant, Bar-Ilan University (with Professor Jeffrey Glanz from Yeshiva University, NY)
The Rector Grant, Bar-Ilan University
LIST OF PUBLICATIONS
CHAPTERS IN BOOKS
Rosenblatt, Z. & Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. (2010). A Re-examination of the withdrawal syndrome vis-à-vis organizational ethics in schools (2010). In: R.J. Burke, E.C. Tomlinson, & C.L. Cooper (Eds.). Crime and corruption in organizations: Why it occurs and what to do about it (pp.187-211). Farnham: Gower Publishing, UK.
ARTICLES IN REFEREED JOURNALS
Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. (2007). Israeli teachers' perceptions of lateness: A gender comparison. Sex Roles, 57, 3/4, 187-199.
Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. & Rosenblatt, Z. (2009). Perceptions of organizational ethics as predictors of work absence: A test of alternative absence measures. Journal of Business Ethics, 88 (4), 717-734.
Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. (2009). Israeli teachers’ perceptions of mentoring effectiveness. International Journal of Educational Management, 23(5), 390-403.
Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. & Rosenblatt, Z. (2009). Organizational ethics and teachers' intent to leave: An integrative approach. Educational Administration Quarterly, 45(5), 725-758.
Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. (2009). Ethical Dilemmas: The Experiences of Israeli Nurses. Qualitative Health Research, 19 (11), 1602-1611.
Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. (2009). Towards professionalism: Ethical perspectives of Israeli teachers. European Journal of Teacher Education, 32(4), 473-487.
Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. & Orland-Barak, L. (2009). Ethical dilemmas in teaching: The Israeli case.Education and Society, 27 (3), 27-45.
Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. (2009). Israeli male versus female teachers' intent to leave work. Gender in Management-An international Journal, 24 (7), 543-559.
Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. & Rosenblatt, Z. (2010). School ethical climate and teachers' voluntary absence. Journal of Educational Administration, 48 (2), 164-181.
Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. & Aziel, V. (2010). Team culture perceptions, commitment, and effectiveness: Teamwork effects. Educational Practice and Theory, 32 (2), 33-56.
Rosenblatt, Z., Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. & Shirom, A. (2010). Absenteeism in Israeli schoolteachers: An organizational ethics perspective. Human Resource Management Review, 20, 247-259.
Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. (2010). Ethical dilemmas in teaching and nursing: The Israeli case, Oxford Review of Education, 36 (6), 731-748.
Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. (2011). Teachers' critical incidents: Ethical dilemmas in teaching practice, Teaching and Teacher Education, 27, 648-656.
Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. & Even-Zohar, S. (2011).Withdrawal behaviors syndrome: An ethical perspective,Journal of Business Ethics, 103(3), 429-451.
Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. (2012). Developing ethical knowledge in the spirit of Judaism,Religious Education, 107 (1), 73-90.
Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. (2012) Teachers' withdrawal behaviors: Integrating theory and findings. Journal of Educational Administration, 50 (3), 307 - 326.
Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. (2012). Mentors' ethical perceptions: Implications for practice, Journal of Educational Administration, 50 (4), 437-462.
Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. (2013). Team-based simulations: Learning ethical conduct in teacher trainee programs, Teaching and Teacher Education, 33, 1-12.
Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. & Ishan, G*. (2013). Teachers’ acceptance of absenteeism: Towards developing a specific scale, Journal of Educational Administration, 51(5), 594-617.
Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. (2013). An ethical approach to teachers' dysfunctional Behaviors: Voluntary lateness and voluntary absence, Educational Practice and Theory, 35 (2), 63-84.
Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. (2014). Simulations in nursing practice: Toward authentic leadership, Journal of Nursing Management, 22, 60-69.
Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. (2014). Toward developing authentic leadership: Team-Based Simulations, Journal of School Leadership, 24 (5), 979-1013.
Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. (2014). Simulation-based constructivist approach for education leaders, deEducational Management Administration & Learship.
Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. & Tsemah, S*. (2014). Psychological empowerment as a mediator between the teachers' perceptions of authentic leadership and their withdrawal and citizenship behaviors, Educational Administration Quarterly, 50(4), 672-712.
Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. (2014).Teacher Training Programs: Toward implementing a Naturalist Approach, Curriculum and Teaching, 29 (2), 25-41.
Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. (2014). The naturalist approach among future educational leaders: an Israeli case study, International Journal of Leadership in Education. DOI: 10.1080/13603124.2014.986209
Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. & Levy-Gazenfrantz, T*. (2015). Authentic leadership strategies in support of mentoring processes. School Leadership & Management, 1-19.
Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. & Gilat, I. Z. (2015). Official Policies' and 'Teachers' Tendency to Act': Exploring the Discrepancies in Teachers' Perceptions. Education Policy Analysis Archives, 23 (82), 1-20.
Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. & Levy- Gazenfrantz*, T. (2015). The multifaceted nature of mentors' authentic leadership and mentees’ emotional intelligence: A critical perspective. Educational Management Administration & Leadership, 1-15.
Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. Glanz, J. & Shaer*, A. (2016). Team-based Simulations: Towards developing ethical guidelines among USA and Israeli teachers in Jewish schools, Religious Education, 1-20.
Tsemah, S.* & Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. (In press). The relationship between authentic leadership, psychological empowerment and teachers' withdrawal behaviors, Megamot (Hebrew).
Levy-Gazenfrantz, T. * & Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. (In press). Teachers perceptions: Authentic leadership,I’yunim Be’minhal Uve’irgun Ha’chinuch (Studies in Educational Administration and Organization) (Hebrew).
Litchka, P.R. & Shapira-Lishchinsky (2016). Planning educational policy: Teacher perceptions of school principal transformational leadership in Israel and the US. Educational Planning, 23(2), 45-58.
Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. (2016). From ethical reasoning to teacher education for social
justice, Teaching and Teacher Education, 60, 245-255.
Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. & Raftar-Ozery*, T. (2016). School leadership, absenteeism acceptance, and school ethical climate as predictors of voluntary absence and organizational citizenship behaviors. Educational Management Administration & Leadership, 1-20. DOI: 10.1177/1741143216665841
Klein, J. & Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. (2016). Intergenerational sharing of knowledge as means of deepening the organizational learning culture in schools. School leadership & Management, 36(2), 133-150.
Rosenblatt Z. & Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. (In press).Temporal Withdrawal Behaviors in an Educational Policy Context. International Journal of Educational Management.
*Zavelevsky, E. & Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. (Accepted). Testing the relationship between perceptions of parental involvement and academic achievements in Israel through international assessment tests (TIMSS). Dapim (Hebrew)
Note: *MA or PhD advisee
Mentoring and leading teams
Leadership and policy: Team-based -Simulations
Managerial thinking in education
Entrepreneurship and organizational change in educational systems
Human resources management in educational systems
Fields of Expertise
Fields of Expertise
1. Comparative education based on internatinal assessment
2. Organizational ethics; Ethical dilemmas in educational systems
3. Withdrawal behaviors (lateness, absenteeism, and turnover) in educational
4. Mentoring in educational systems, Simulation-based workshops
PAPERS PRESENTED AT SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCES
Bar-Ilan University, October 2002 The effect of mentoring style and team culture on mentoring effectiveness (Oral presentation)
AYALA - The Israeli Association of Educational Research Ben Gurion University, October 2004 Organizational ethics as predictors of absenteeism (Symposium with Z. Rosenblatt & A. Shirom)
EARLIS'S Istanbul, June 2004 Mentoring style and team culture: Testing the fit model of mentor effectiveness (Oral presentation)
Montreal, April 2005 Teachers’ perception of school ethics as predictors of their work
absence (Round table discussion)
SIOP - Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology Los Angeles, April 2005 Organizational ethics as predictors of work absence and lateness: Gender differences (Symposium with Z. Rosenblatt)
Chicago, April 2007
Teachers' intent to leave and school ethics: The mediating effect of organizational commitment (Oral presentation with Z. Rosenblatt)
Academy of Management Anaheim, California, August 2008
Ethical climate and voluntary absence: The mediation effect of organizational commitment (Oral presentation with Z. Rosenblatt)
AME Conference 2009 Utrecht, the Netherlands, July 2009 Gender differences in teachers' intent to leave in Israel (Oral presentation)
Annual UCEA Convention Anaheim, California, November, 2009 Towards building a code of ethics: Israeli mentors’ ethical dilemmas (Oral presentation)
16th Annual Values and Leadership Conference
Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, Sept 25 –27, 2011 Authentic leadership as a predictor of teachers' withdrawal behaviors (Featured Presenter)