I am an organisational behaviour (OB) and human resource management (HRM) scholar. My current research program is focused on the individual, team and organisational drivers of employee learning behaviours (e.g., critical reflection, keeping up to date, feedback seeking, knowledge sharing, experimenting) and innovative behaviour.
In a rapidly changing world, organisations must rely on their employees to develop and adapt new ideas, and to openly share knowledge with their colleagues. However, many employees are disinclined to engage in either activity. They may lack opportunities for creativity, or may choose not to invest too much time outside of routine activities on creative work. They may fear criticism from their peers about novel methods, or they may not wish to give up unique knowledge to other employees that enhances their performance.
I am happy to discuss supervision of prospective higher degree (Masters and PhD) students who are aligned with my research interests. I am especially interested in supervising students with a psychology or science background.
A full list of my research publications may be viewed on Google Scholar.