Hell, Benedikt

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  • Publikation
    Female entrepreneurs need to be self-efficient and not risk-taking: personality and perceived success throughout the entrepreneurial journey
    (SAGE, 19.11.2023) Gerke, Alina; Ianiro-Dahm, Patrizia; Muck, Peter; Lehmann-Willenbrock, Nale; Hell, Benedikt [in: The Journal of Entrepreneurship]
    This study addresses the underrepresentation of women and the so-far neglected process perspective in empirical entrepreneurial research. It aims to identify the personality traits that differentiate successful female entrepreneurs from their less successful peers and to determine which traits are crucial for pre-launch, launch, and post-launch success. Independent t-tests on 305 female entrepreneurs (and 476 male entrepreneurs) from the DACH region highlight the role of self-efficacy, proactivity, locus of control, and need for achievement for female entrepreneurs. Multiple regression analyses further reveal the importance of self-efficacy for every phase of women’s entrepreneurial journey. While the need for autonomy was critical during pre-launch and launch, locus of control significantly predicted female entrepreneurial success in the pre-launch and post-launch phases. Contrary to previous research, risk-taking was not a crucial trait for female entrepreneurs when compared to their male counterparts, while both showed similar levels of need for autonomy, proactivity, need for achievement, perseverance, self-control, and locus of control. The study offers valuable insights into successful entrepreneurship and highlights the need for female- and phase-specific support programs to enhance self-efficacy among female entrepreneurs.
    01A - Beitrag in wissenschaftlicher Zeitschrift
  • Publikation
    Start-up incubators for refugees: Applying psychological methods to increase chances of entrepreneurial success
    (Academic Conferences International Limited, 18.09.2023) Hinz, Andreas; Nido, Miriam; Hell, Benedikt; Moreira, Fernando; Jayantilal, Shital [in: Proceedings of the 18th European Conference on Innovation and Entrepreneurship]
    An increasing number of start-up incubators offer programmes designed specifically for refugees. They provide entrepreneurship training and access to a closely-knit community for start-up development. Beyond that, they also support refugees in overcoming typical challenges, including a lack of language skills and required qualifications, an uncertain residence status, discrimination and psychological distress on various levels. While these incubators have already contributed to refugees’ social and economic integration, the number of successful participants is still relatively low. The question remains about what can be done to multiply the potential so that more significant numbers of refugees can benefit. To support incubators in achieving more significant numbers, this work presents a framework of methods and tools based on health and organisational psychology literature. More specifically, this work focuses on methods and tools to be applied during two critical phases of the incubation cycle, namely the selection process and the actual programme.
    04B - Beitrag Konferenzschrift
  • Publikation
    Studie «Personalentwicklung im Wandel» Digitalisierungsschub dank Covid
    (WEKA, 2022) Nido, Miriam; Schneider, Lena; Hell, Benedikt [in: Personal Schweiz]
    01B - Beitrag in Magazin oder Zeitung
  • Publikation
    Wie setzen Schweizer Unternehmen KI im HR ein?
    (WEKA, 2022) Michel, Nick; Hell, Benedikt [in: Personal Schweiz]
    01B - Beitrag in Magazin oder Zeitung
  • Publikation
    Being Snoopy and Smart: The Relationship between Curiosity, Fluid Intelligence, and Knowledge
    (Hogrefe, 2022) Hartung, Freda-Marie; Thieme, Pia; Wild-Wall, Nele; Hell, Benedikt [in: Journal of Individual Differences]
    Curiosity is a basic driver for learning and development. It has been conceptualized as a desire for new information and knowledge that motivates people to explore their physical and social environment. This raises the question of whether curiosity facilitates the acquisition of knowledge. The present study ( N = 100) assessed epistemic curiosity and general knowledge as well as fluid intelligence (i.e., reasoning ability, processing speed, memory) in a student sample. The results indicate that epistemic curiosity is moderately related to knowledge ( r = .24) and reasoning ability ( r = .30). None of the fluid intelligence measures did moderate the relationship between curiosity and knowledge (interaction terms β < |.08|). Rather, reasoning ability mediated the relationship between epistemic curiosity and general knowledge (indirect effect: β = .10, p < .05). The findings suggest that epistemic curiosity facilitates the acquisition of knowledge by promoting reasoning. One might speculate that epistemically curious individuals enrich their environment, which in turn enhances their cognitive ability.
    01A - Beitrag in wissenschaftlicher Zeitschrift
  • Publikation
    Rekrutierung zwischen Digitalisierung und persönlicher Ansprache
    (WEKA, 04/2021) Hell, Benedikt; Vögeli, Sina; Hermann, Michael [in: Personal Schweiz]
    Die Arbeitswelt in der Schweiz verändert sich durch technologische Umbrüche und aktuell durch die Coronakrise mit atemraubender Geschwindigkeit. Die vorliegende zweiteilige Studie untersucht aktuelle Trends rund um Employer Branding und Recruiting in Schweizer Organisationen.
    01B - Beitrag in Magazin oder Zeitung
  • Publikation
    Sind Werte in der Prognose von Ausbildungs- und Studienwahl gegenüber Interessen und Persönlichkeit inkrementell valide?
    (13.09.2017) Hell, Benedikt; Pässler, Katja
    Werte sind bedeutsam für die treffende Beschreibung von Personenbedürfnissen und organisationalen Befriedigungspotenzialen. Der Werte-Person-Umwelt-Fit zeigt zudem eine hohe prognostische Validität für berufliche Leistung und Zufriedenheit (z.B. Kristof-Brown, Zimmerman & Johnson, 2005). Die inkrementelle Validität von Werten gegenüber beruflichen Interessen und Persönlichkeitsmerkmalen bleibt jedoch bislang ungeklärt. Die drei auf diesem Poster präsentierten Studien prüfen, a) wie sich Werte operationalisieren lassen, b) ob sie einen Beitrag zur Differenzierung von Ausbildungs- und Studienwahlentscheidungen leisten können und c) ob sie gegenüber Interessen und Persönlichkeitsmerkmalen inkrementell valide sind.
    06 - Präsentation
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    Made in Switzerland: SMART CARS
    (Swiss Professional Media, 04.05.2015) Höft, Stefan; Hell, Benedikt [in: Unternehmer Zeitung]
    Die Schweiz kann wieder eine bedeutende Rolle im Automobilbau und in der Zulieferindustrie spielen. Es braucht nur die richtigen Weichenstellungen. Die Bahn wird nicht aufs Abstellgleis geraten, sondern kann sogar Synergien schaffen. Um diese scheinbar gewagte These zu begründen, muss ein bisschen ausgeholt werden.
    01B - Beitrag in Magazin oder Zeitung
  • Publikation
    Interests and intelligence: A meta-analysis
    (IEEE, 2015) Pässler, Katja; Beinicke, Andrea; Hell, Benedikt [in: Intelligence]
    The purpose of this article is to examine the nature and magnitude of the relationship between cognitive abilities and vocational interests — two important measures of individual differences. Our meta-analysis of 27 studies with 29 independent samples and an overall sample size of 55,297 participants demonstrated meaningful relations between cognitive abilities and vocational interests. Meta-analytic coefficients ranged from −0.29 to 0.47; their strength and direction were comparable for females and males. Furthermore, we established both age and birth cohort as moderators of the relation between interests and cognitive abilities. Limitations and implications for future research are discussed.
    01A - Beitrag in wissenschaftlicher Zeitschrift
  • Publikation
    WAS-STUDIERE-ICH - Der Online-Test zur Studienwahl (Poster)
    (20.08.2014) Gatzka, Thomas; Pässler, Katja; Kornblum, Angelika; Hell, Benedikt
    06 - Präsentation