I am responsible for teaching on postgraduate and undergraduate HRM and Business & Management programmes focusing on key HR, Strategic, Cross Cultural and Organisational modules. I am also a postgraduate module leader for the MA and MSc HRM programme and I also supervise postgraduate HRM dissertations. Previously I was also a Subject Coordinator for the MA/PGDip and MSc HRM programmes.
Teaching and supervision
- Human Resource Management (MA, PGDip)
- Business and Management (BA (Hons))
- Human Resource Management (MSc)
- Leading, Managing and Developing People
- Organisational Behaviour and Management
- Managing People in Tourism, Hospitality & Events
- Strategic Management
- Global Business Communications
I supervise postgraduate HRM dissertations especially qualitative, interpretivist studies.
I can also supervise mixed methods projects.
As a qualitative researcher with broad interests in the field of HRM and International HRM my current doctoral research focuses more specifically upon international assignees. As a phenomenological exploratory study focusing on the lived experiences of UK academic faculty involved in international collaborations, the research analyses international assignees’ roles, their sensemaking as well as developmental and wellbeing requirements within the context of transnational educational programmes (TNE).
Additional research interests include talent management, learning & development, cross cultural management and graduate employability.