20042019

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General

Uwe Napiersky is a renowned Business and Industrial Psychologist. Uwe has a high level of consulting experience, working with complex organisations around the world. He worked more then 20 years in international consulting before joining academia in 2012. Uwe specialises in team coaching learning architecture, change management, leader and leadership development, pyschometrics, self leadership and technology enhanced learning.

A certified professional coach, who currently develops Aston's upcoming 'teamcoaching with an entrepreneurial spin' certificate programme.

Research Interests

  • Board level executive coaching
  • Teamcoaching
  • Self-leadership strategies
  • Augmented reality applications for learning
  • Virtual teams

Contact Details

Phone: +44(0)121 204 3275
Emailu.napiersky@aston.ac.uk
Room: SW710B

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Research Output

Conceptualizing the distinctiveness of Team Coaching

Jones, R., Napiersky, U. & Lyubovnikova, J., 11 Mar 2019, In : Journal of Managerial Psychology. 34, 2, p. 62-78 17 p.

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  • How are task reflexivity and intercultural sensitivity related to the academic performance of MBA students?

    Lyubovnikova, J., Napiersky, U. & Vlachopoulos, P., 2015, In : Studies in Higher Education. 40, 9, p. 1694-1714 21 p.

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  • Innovation in leadership development

    Gonin, D., Napiersky, U. & Thorsell, J., 15 Feb 2011, Advances in global leadership. William, W. H., Li, M. & Wang, Y. (eds.). Bingley (UK): Emerald, p. 155-215 61 p. (Advances in global leadership).

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

  • "It's not my fault - but only I can change it": counterfactual and prefactual thoughts of managers

    Goerke, M., Möller, J., Napiersky, U., Schulz-Hardt, S. & Frey, D., Apr 2004, In : Journal of Applied Psychology. 89, 2, p. 279-292 14 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle