BA (Cardiff) PhD (Wales)
Professor of Organisational Behaviour
- Subject area:
- Organisational Behaviour
- Research activity:
- Family Business Research Initiative
- Personal site:
- Personal web page
The ‘I’ of Leadership: Strategies for seeing, being and doing (Jossey-Bass, 2013); Family Wars (Kogan Page, 2008); Traders: Risks, Decisions and Management in Financial Markets (Oxford University Press, 2005); Encyclopedic Dictionary of Organisational Behavior (Blackwell 2nd ed., 2004); ‘How to Motivate Your Problem People’, Harvard Business Review (2003); Executive Instinct (Crown Business, 2000); UK title: Managing the Human Animal (Thomson/Texere, 2000); ‘How Hardwired is Human Behavior?’, Harvard Business Review (1998).
CPsychol FBPsS FBAM
Leadership, business applications of evolutionary psychology, family business, personality and management development, personality, risk and decision-making in finance, and careers.
Director of executive education custom and open enrolment programmes: High Performance People Skills, the Proteus Programme; Advisory Board member, Institute of Family Business; consultant on leadership, management development and change.
Research Team Leader, Social and Applied Psychology Unit, University of Sheffield.