Staff Profiles: Dr. Sue Williams

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Dr. Sue Williams

Staff Profile: Dr. Sue Williams
Senior Lecturer in Human Resource Development

Dr. Sue Williams

Dr. Sue Williams

Senior Lecturer in Human Resource Development

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With practical experience as a trainer in both public and private sector organizations Sue has undertaken research and consultancy for a number of differing organizations. She has taught and managed postgraduate and professional programmes.

Telephone: +44 (0)1242 714287 Email: scwilliams@glos.ac.uk

Biography

Her current research interests and publications are in the field of leadership, management development and learning as well as learning methodologies. She led the organization of the 12th International HRD conference with the theme of sustaining growth through HRD in 2011. Sue has a number of doctoral completions and continues to supervise such studies along with postgraduate work based learning students.

Qualifications

Award Title Institution Date
BA (Hons) Behavioural Science University of Aston 1975
PGCert Teaching in Further and Higher Education University of Wolverhampton 1992
MSc Information Studies (Social Sciences) University of Sheffield 1984
PhD Action Learning Sets in Higher Education University of Wolverhampton 2001

Membership of professional bodies

Chartered Member of Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development.

Member of Occupational Division of British Psychological Society

Teaching and research

Teaching

Personal and Professional Development for Managers.

Research Methods and Investigative Studies.

Most students are part time professionals so my focus is on work-based learning, conducted in small groups, one to one tutorials or supervision

Level

Postgraduate

Research

Management and leadership development, sustainable leadership, work based learning, action learning and reflective practice

Publications

More publications from Dr. Sue Williams can be found in the Research Repository.

Thesis Supervision

More thesis supervision by Dr. Sue Williams can be found in the Research Repository.

External responsibilities

External examining

Have previously undertaken external examining but now only for doctoral theses.