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Claire Taylor DBA, MSc


Summary

Claire Taylor is a Senior Lecturer in Human Resource Management and Organisational Behaviour at the Sheffield Business School. Claire is currently the course leader for the UG Business Studies and HRM program and module leader on a number of modules at undergraduate and postgraduate level. Claire has taught students in the UK as well as in Hong Kong.

Claire has two masters degrees in Strategic Marketing Management and Strategic Corporate Psychology. Claire is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and a qualified workplace mediator.

Claire has been involved in business engagement on behalf of the University and has worked on corporate programmes for Nestlé and The Cooperative Group. Working with these organisations to develop bespoke corporate degrees.

Prior to joining the academic team Claire worked within HR & employee relations at the University. Claire also held roles in a leading newspaper group and directorships in the third sector and provate enterprise.

Claire is currently in the final stages of completing a Doctorate in Business Administration. The focus of her research is on  identity, employee relations and the impact of Social media. Her wider research interests centre upon leadership, employee wellbeing, employee voice and reflective management practices. Claire is passionate about teaching and has won awards for her teaching practice. Claire is also interested in pedagogic research on student reflective practice, audio feedback and students with specific learning issues.

About

Qualifications

  • 2018: Doctorate in Business Administration, Sheffield Hallam University, United Kingdom
  • 2002: MSc Strategic Marketing Management, Sheffield Hallam University, United Kingdom

Teaching expertise

  • Organisational Behaviour and Human Resource Management

Research

  • Human Resource Management / Organisational Behaviour

Industry Links

  • Consultancy

Teaching

Department of Management

Sheffield Business School

OBHRM

Publications

Journal articles

Taylor, C., & Dobbins, T. (2021). Social Media: A (new) contested terrain between sousveillance and surveillance in the digital workplace. New Technology, Work and Employment. http://doi.org/10.1111/ntwe.12206

Blackburn, M., & Taylor, C. (2013). Designing audio feedback for students with different and defined educational backgrounds and experiences. .

Conference papers

Taylor, C., & Bull, M. (2014). Teaching Reflective Practice; can Human Resource Management (HRM) learn from research in other disciplines. Journal of International.

Taylor, C., & Bull, M. (2014). Teaching Reflective Practice; can Human Resource Management (HRM) learn from research in other disciplines. Journal of International.

Blackburn, M., & Taylor, C. (2013). Designing audio feedback for students with different and defined educational backgrounds and experiences. Journal Advances in Higher Education Conference, 5.

Theses / Dissertations

Goodwin, J. (2020). The employee voice of older local government workers: a critical perspective. (Doctoral thesis). Supervised by Prowse, P., Bennett, A., & Taylor, C. http://doi.org/10.7190/shu-thesis-00368

Taylor, C. (2018). Evolving identities, social media and the employment relationship: an interpretative phenomenological analysis. (Doctoral thesis). Supervised by Ridley-Duff, R., Prowse, P., & Tietze, S. http://doi.org/10.7190/shu-thesis-00106

Presentations

Blackburn, M., Bower, R., & Taylor, C. (2014). Audio Feedback Co Lab Presentation workshop.

Bull, M., & Taylor, C. (2014). Teaching Reflective Practice; can Human Resource Management (HRM) learn from research in other disciplines.

Taylor, C. (2014). Teaching Reflective practice: Can Human Research Management (HRM) learn from research in other disciplines?

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