BiographyWith over 25-years experience working as a senior manager in both public and private sector organisations, Chris has provided leadership on complex change programmes, challenged existing ways of working and influenced strategic thinking to improve efficiencies and organisational effectiveness.
He has an interest in approaches to organisational change, the impact on organisational culture, the effect on staff attitudes and how ‘ethical’ transformational leadership can bring about positive results.
As an an NLP Master Practioner he has blended his inquisitive psychoanalytical perspective with his post-structural and post-modernist stance to undertake doctoral research studies at the University of Bradford’s Faculty of Management, Law & Social Sciences.
ResearchResearch interests include approaches to organisational change, the impact on organisational culture, the effect on staff attitudes and how ethical transformational leadership can bring about positive results (subordinate innovation and creativity) within the work place.
- 01-JAN-94: University of Sunderland - BA (Hons)
- 01-JAN-00: University of Sunderland - PGDip
- 01-JAN-11: University of Bradford - MBA
- 01-JAN-21: University of Bradford - DBA (Pending)
- Member of the British Academy of Management
- Member of the American Board of Neuro Linguistic Programming
|Title||Transformational Leadership and the effects on Leader-Follower Creativity (2019)|
|Title||The ‘darker side’ of Transformational Leadership: A Literature Review (2016)|
|Title||Critique of Management Research: The benefits of Transformational Leadership or the institutional causality of the 'Darker-side' (2015)|
|Title||An analysis of leadership styles and the effect on individual creativity within an IT Directorate of a Higher Education Institution (2015)|
|Title||Quantitative review on the role of a pharmacists within Urgent and Emergency care (2015)|
|Title||IT staff user perception of the development & Implementation of an IT Strategy in a UK Higher Education Institution (2014)|