Oxford Brookes Business School


  • Dr Judie M. Gannon

    BA MA PGCert PhD MCIPD FIH

    Senior Lecturer (Human Resource Management)

    Business and Management

    Oxford Brookes Business School

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    Phone number: +44 (0) 1865 483837

    Email: jmgannon@brookes.ac.uk

    Location: Headington

    Currently I am a senior lecturer in the International Centre for Coaching & Mentoring Studies (ICCaMs). My main activities include teaching and supervising on our Doctorate in Coaching & Mentoring, MA in Coaching and Mentoring Practice and the MA/MSc programmes in Human Resource Management. I also undertake doctoral research supervision across the Business School. 

    I also support the delivery of our ILM Level 7 in Executive Coaching and Mentoring certificate and organise the Oxford Brookes Coaching & Mentoring Society (OBCaMs) network events across the academic year. I am a member of the core team of the PESE Sustainable Mentoring schemes initiative at Oxford Brookes University and lead the STAMINa Mentoring Network which focuses on sharing best practice across mentoring schemes and offering support to mentoring scheme coordinators. 

    Prior to my current role I was the Programme Lead Postgraduate Programmes Hospitality (September 2011-2015) and an Oxford Brookes Teaching Fellow 2012-2014. In this role I have led and managed Postgraduate Programmes redevelopment and validation projects working with large and small teams across academic and administrative areas within the Faculty and across the wider University.    

    In 2008/9 I founded the Bacchus Mentoring programme – where 200 industry executives mostly Alumni act as mentors for PG and UG students - for more information see Video of Bacchus Mentoring scheme, Bacchus Mentoring Scheme in the Food Service Management sector, Oxford Brookes University - Bacchus Mentoring Scheme . I have supported several other University departments (Accountancy, Real Estate and Law) in setting up and running Alumni mentoring schemes for students transitioning from postgraduate and undergraduate programmes.