Dr. Sebastian C. Schuh


Dr. Sebastian C. Schuh

International Research Fellow, China Europe International Business School (CEIBS), Shanghai

Habilitand, Goethe Universität


  • Dr. phil. nat., Goethe-Universität Frankfurt (2011)
  • Dipl.-Psych., Phillips-Universität Marburg (2007)


  • Führung
  • Organisationale Identität
  • Stress und Gesundheit


  • Strategieberater, Solon Management Consulting

Forschungsaufenthalte an Universitäten im Ausland:

  • Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China, Gastwissenschaftler (2012-2013)
  • London Business School, UK, Gastwissenschaftler (2010)

Publikationen in akad. Journals:

  • Avanzi, L., Schuh, S. C., Fraccaroli, F., & Van Dick, R. (in press). Why does organizational identification relate to reduced employee burnout? The mediating influence of social support and collective efficacy. Work & Stress.
  • Steffens, N. K., Haslam, A. S., Kerschreiter, R., Schuh, S. C., & Van Dick, R. (in press). Leaders enhance group members’ health and well-being by crafting social identity. German Journal of Research in Human Resource Management - Special Issue on Leadership and Health.
  • Schuh, S. C., Hernandez Bark, A.S., Van Quaquebeke, N., Hossiep, R., Frieg, P., & Van Dick, R. (2014). Gender differences in leadership role occupancy: The mediating role of power motivation. Journal of Business Ethics, 120(3), 363-379.
  • Van Quaquebeke, N., Graf, M. M., Kerschreiter, R., Schuh, S. C., & Van Dick, R. (2014). Ideal values and counter-ideal values as two distinct forces: Exploring a gap in organizational value research. International Journal of Management Reviews, 16(2), 211-225.
  • Kovjanic, S. +, Schuh, S. C. +, & Jonas, K. (2013). Transformational leadership and performance: An experimental investigation of the mediating effects of basic needs satisfaction and work engagement. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 86(4), 543-555.
    Shared first authorship, alphabetical order
  • Schuh, S. C., Zhang, X.-a., & Tian, P. (2013). For the good or the bad? Interactive effects of transformational leadership with moral and authoritarian leadership behaviors. Journal of Business Ethics, 116(3), 629–640.
  • Kovjanic, S.+, Schuh, S.C.+, Jonas, K., Van Quaquebeke, N., & Van Dick, R. (2012). How do transformational leaders foster positive employee outcomes? A self-determination analysis of employees’ needs as mediating links. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 33(8), 1031-1052.
    +Shared first authorship, alphabetical order
  • Schuh, S.C., Egold, N.W., & Van Dick, R. (2012). Toward understanding the role of organizational identification in service settings: A multilevel study spanning leaders, service employees, and customers. European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, 21(4), 547-574.
  • Schuh, S.C., Zhang, X.-a., Egold, N.W., Graf, M.M., Pandey, D., van Dick, R. (2012). Leader and follower organizational identification: The mediating role of leader behavior and implications for follower OCB. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 85(2), 421-432.
  • Graf, M.M.+, Schuh, S.C.+, Van Quaquebeke, N., & Van Dick, R. (2012). The relationship between leaders’ group oriented values and follower identification with and endorsement of leaders: The moderating role of leaders’ group membership. Journal of Business Ethics, 161(3), 301-311.
    +Shared first authorship, alphabetical order
  • Wegge, J., Schuh, S.C., & Van Dick, R. (2012). 'I feel bad', 'We feel good'? Emotions as a driver for identity and identity as a buffer against stress. Stress and Health, 28(2), 123-136.
  • Van Dick, R., & Schuh, S.C. (2010). My boss’ group is my group: Experimental evidence for the leader-follower identity transfer. Leadership & Organization Development Journal, 31(6), 551-563.