Huh-Jung Hahn

Office: Somsen 311A (Winona) / SS307 (Rochester)
Phone: 507.535.3994
Email: hhahn@winona.edu

Education
Ph.D. University of Minnesota – Twin Cities
M.A. Seoul National University
B.A. Ewha Womans University

Frequently Taught Courses
MGMT 317 Human Resource Management
MGMT 427 Human resource and Organization Development
MGMT 457 Seminar in Human Resource Management

Research Interest
Managerial Coaching
Leadership and Executive Development
Developmental Experience
Training and Development

Recent Publications
Hahn, H. J. & Kim, S. J. (2017). An empirical study on the relationship between perceived employability and employee performance. Human Resource Development International, 20(4), 1-17

Tkachenko, O., Hahn, H. J., & Peterson, S. L. (2017). Bridging the research-practice gap in applied fields: A systematic review and implications for HRD. Human Resource Development Review, 16(3), 235-263. 

  • Finalist for the Elwood F. Holton III Research Excellence Award, Academy of Human Resource Development, 2017

Tkachenko, O., Hahn, H. J., & Peterson, S. L. (2016). Theorizing the research-practice gap in the field of management: A review of key frameworks and models. In Hughes, T. & Gosney, M. (Eds.), Bridging the Scholar-Practitioner Gap in Human Resources Development. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

Kim, S. J., Hahn, H. J., & Lee, J. K. (2015). Organizational attitudes as precursors to training performance. Human Resource Development Quarterly, 26(4), 409-429. 

  • Finalist for the Richard A. Swanson Research Excellence Award, Academy of Human Resource Development, 2015

Joo, B. K., Hahn, H. J., & Peterson, S. L. (2015). Turnover intention: The effects of core self-evaluations, proactive personality, perceived organizational support, developmental feedback, and job complexity. Human Resource Development International, 18(2), 116-130.

Hwang, S. J., Quast, L. N., Center, B. A., Chung, CT., Hahn, H. J., & Wohkittel, J. M. (2015). The impact of leadership factors on leaders’ perceived job performance across cultures: comparing the role of charismatic, directive, participative, and supportive leadership behaviors in the U.S. and four Confucian Asian countries. Human Resource Development International, 18(3), 259-277.