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Paul is an experienced professional with a background in Human Resource Management, Work Psychology and Learning and Development. He has worked across the public, private and third sectors and brings with him a wealth of experience across various people orientated roles. He has worked in Higher Education for the last 15 years across roles including research management, careers advice and guidance and employability skills development.
Paul's research interests focus on professional development, organisational development and the release of organisational potential. He is also focused on self-development, wellbeing and the development of effective work place cultures.
Paul is currently involved with the following subject areas: International and Strategic Human Resource Management, HR Analytics, Organisational Development, Assessment and Performance, Employee Resourcing and Leadership.
Doctor of Business Administration - Currently completing
MSc Occupational Psychology
Postgraduate Diploma in Human Resource Management
Postgraduate Certificate in Counselling Skills
Postgraduate Certificate in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education
BSc Behavioural Science
Membership of Professional Bodies
Associate Membership - Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development
Fellow of Higher Education Academy
Programme Co-Director for BSc Psychology and Business
Module Leader - Strategic and International HRM (MSc)
Delivers content in the following areas:
Organisation Development (MSc)
HR Analytics (MSc)
Assessment and Performance (MSc)
Introduction to Organisational Behaviour (UG)
Employee Resourcing (UG)
Doctoral research is on the professional development of academic staff. Working from the ground up to identify more effective methods for academic staff to achieve success in their roles.
Other topics of interest are wellbeing in the workplace, authenticity and the translation of policy to practice. Additionally, how to improve the effectiveness of learning in Higher Education through media, AI and music enhanced learning.
Interim Deputy Head of Department (Jan 2024 - Onwards)
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