Asst.Prof.Dr. Kanu Priya Mohan

PhD, MBA, BA (Honours)

kanum@g.swu.ac.th


 

Significant Professional Experience:

Ø  University teacher since 2009; areas of interest- organizational behaviour and work psychology; taught students from diverse backgrounds and nationalities.

Ø  Trainer for various participants (from different countries such as Thailand, India, Pakistan, Afghanistan) for a variety of topics related to organizational behaviour & organizational development (from 1995-current).

Ø  Certified Coaching and Mentoring Professional (CCMP); from the Institute of Training and Development, Thailand (since 2011).

Ø  Editor, International Journal of Behavioral Science (peer reviewed journal)

Ø  Conducted and published research works.

 

Educational Background:

Year

Degree

Institution

1985-89

Bachelors of Arts (Psychology Honours)       

Government College for Girls, Chandigarh, India.

1989-1991

Masters in Business Administration (M.B.A. Marketing)

Punjab University, Chandigarh, India.

2002-08

Ph.D. in Applied Behavioural Science Research

Behavioural Science Research Institute, Srinakharinwirot University, Bangkok, Thailand.

Work Experience:

Year

Position

Organization

1991-98

Deputy Manager (Marketing)

Punjab Wireless Systems (PUNWIRE), Chandigarh, India.                              Deputy Manager

1995-97

Visiting Faculty

Various organizations, Chandigarh, India

2004-08

Manager, Human Resources

Modern International School Bangkok, Thailand.

2009 onwards

 

Lecturer

Behavioural Science Research Institute, Srinakharinwirot University, Bangkok, Thailand

2009 onwards

Visiting faculty for programs- MBA, MMOD (Organization development), GSeL (Graduate school of e-learning).

Assumption University (ABAC), Bangkok, Thailand 

 

2011 onwards

 

Visiting faculty/ Trainer

 

AIT Extension, Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand 

Research and Publications:

Research Theses

Mohan, K.P. (2008). Enhancing the Coping Skills and the Job Well-Being of International School Teachers in Bangkok: An Action Research Approach. (Doctoral dissertation, Srinakharinwirot University, Bangkok). Available at http://bsris.swu.ac.th/thesis/452996006RB999.pdf

Mohan, K.P. (2007). The Role of Person and Perceived Situation Variables leading to Job Well-Being of International School Teachers.  Research thesis, Srinakharinwirot University, Bangkok. Available at http://bsris.swu.ac.th/thesis/452996006RB902.pdf

Mohan, K.P. (2004). Work Specific Locus of Control as a moderator of the relationship between Organizational Stressors and Job Related Well Being. Research thesis, Srinakharinwirot University, Bangkok. Available at http://bsris.swu.ac.th/thesis/452996006RB901.pdf

 

Published Research Papers

Mohan, V. and Mohan, K.P. (1985). Preventative measures for Drug addiction. Navjivini, 1.

Mohan, V., Bali, M. and Mohan, K.P. (1996). Perception of feminine worth by today's adolescents. In R.K. Upadhyay (editor), Women in 21st Century: Problems and Challenges.

Mohan, K.P. (2006). Work Specific Locus of Control as a moderator of the relationship between Organizational Stressors and Job Related Well Being. The Journal of Behavioral Science, 1(1), Behavioral Science Research Institute, Srinakharinwirot University, Bangkok.

Mohan, K.P. (2007). The Role of Person and Perceived Situation Variables leading to Job Well-Being of International School Teachers.   The Journal of Behavioral Science, 2 (1), Behavioral Science Research Institute, Srinakharinwirot University, Bangkok.

Mohan, K.P. (2009). Enhancing Coping and Job Well-Being of International School Teachers. The Journal of Behavioral Science, 4 (1), Behavioral Science Research Institute, Srinakharinwirot University, Bangkok.

Yoelao, D. & Mohan, K.P. (2011). Interpreting Themes of Spirituality, its Causes and Consequences among Health Care Workers in Thailand. International Journal of Behavioral Science, 6 (1), 13-24. Behavioral Science Research Institute, Srinakharinwirot University: Bangkok (Thailand).

Mohan, K.P. and Suppareakchaisakul, N. (2014). The Psychosocial Correlates of Quality of Work Life of the University Teachers in Thailand and Malaysia. International Journal of Behavioral Science, 9 (2), 1-16. Behavioral Science Research Institute, Srinakharinwirot University: Bangkok (Thailand).

 

Chapter in a book

Mohan, K.P.  & Peungposop, N. (2014). Building Resilience: A Behavioral Science Perspective for Effective Management during Global Disasters and Public Health Crises. In G.J. Kost  & C.M. Curtis (Eds), Global Point-of-Care Strategies for Disasters, Complex Emergencies, and Public Health Crises: Enhancing Standards of Care at the Site of Need. AACC Press, Washington, DC. ISBN:9781594251733

 

Academic Articles

Mohan, K.P. (2012). Psychology in Thailand:  An Etic perspective. Published in the Newsletter of Asian Association of Social Psychology, 10, July 2012, p.12. Available at http://www.victoria.ac.nz/cacr/aasp/documents/AASP-Newsletter-July-2012.pdf

Yoelao, D., Mohan, K.P. & Abd Hamid, H.S. (2014). A Review of Patient safety in Thailand and Malaysia. International Journal of Behavioral Science, 9 (2), 53-70. Behavioral Science Research Institute, Srinakharinwirot University: Bangkok (Thailand).