Staff Profiles: Neil Gilbride

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Staff Profile: Neil Gilbride
Lecturer in Education

Neil Gilbride

Neil Gilbride

Lecturer in Education

Education and Learning

I have a multidisciplinary professional and academic background stretching over 12 years. I use this to research new ways of exploring school leadership and organisational life.

Telephone: +44 (0)1242 715337 Email: ngilbride@glos.ac.uk

Biography

I am a multidisciplinary academic with a wide range of professional and research experience. I teach across MA Educational Leadership, Education and Inclusive Education programmes. My research explores how developmental psychology can support leaders and organisations. As Business Development Lead, I work across sectors to maximize the School of Education's impact in Gloucestershire and beyond.

Qualifications

Award Title Institution Date
BSc (Hons) Biomedical Science St George's Hospital Medical School, University of London 2009
MEd (Cantab) Psychology and Education Hughes Hall, University of Cambridge 2011
PGCE Secondary Science Education Canterbury Christ Church University / Teach First 2012
PhD Education Leadership, Management and Administration University of Bath

Accreditation

MBPsS - British Psychological Society

Membership of professional bodies

Graduate Member of the British Psychological Society.

Teaching and research

Teaching

Leadership in Context

Middle Leadership and Management

Managing and Leading Change in Organisations

Coaching and Mentoring Inclusive Practice - Dyslexia, Mental Health and Leadership for SENCOs

Level

Undergraduate, Postgraduate

Research

My work focuses on the applications of psychology to leadership, management and administration. At the moment, I am exploring the potential of Jane Loevinger's ego development construct in supporting the development of school leaders. More information at http://www.egodevelopment.co.uk/.

External responsibilities

Subjects for media interviews

School Leadership and Headship

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