Staff Profiles: David Dawson

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David Dawson

Staff Profile: David Dawson
Senior Lecturer in Business

David Dawson

David Dawson

Senior Lecturer in Business

I became enthused about HRM when helping restructure British Rail for privatisation. Ever since I’ve been committed to helping managers make their organisations both productive and great places to work.

Telephone: +44 (0)1242 714295 Email: ddawson@glos.ac.uk

Biography

I became enthused about HRM when helping restructure British Rail for privatisation. Ever since I’ve been committed to helping managers make their organisations both productive and great places to work. I promote this idea when speaking on radio about industrial disputes, promoting positive management practices in organisations, or working with students like you on our courses.

Qualifications

Award Title Institution Date
MPhil Job Attribute Preferences of Non-Managerial Job Seekers University of Bristol 2001
PG Cert Teaching in Higher and Further Education University of Gloucestershire
BA (Hons.) Business Studies University of Luton 1993

Membership of professional bodies

Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development

Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy

Teaching and research

Teaching

David works with students to learn about Globally Responsible Leadership, Managing People and Resources. His techniques ask students to reflect before taking actions that make a real difference.

Level

Undergraduate, Postgraduate

Research

David's research focuses on Business Ethics and how the positive management practices can help organisations become both more ethical and better at creating wealth. David has published a number of articles on the area in the Journal of Business Ethics, and Business Ethics: A European Review.

Publications

More publications from David Dawson can be found in the Research Repository.

External responsibilities

Subjects for media interviews

Industrial action

Ethical Management / Positive Management Practices

CSR

Recruitment and Selection

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