Julie Wilson

Associate Faculty - Management Division (Organizational Behaviour)

Email:
bnjaw@leeds.ac.uk
Categories:
Associate Faculty, Academic, Management
Profile

Qualifications

·       2015 (Expected completion)  – PhD, University of Leeds
·       2015, (Expected completion) Post Graduate Researcher, Quantitative Methods
·       2011 Ma(HRM) Human Resource Management (Distinction)
·       2007 CMI Level 7, Strategic Leadership and Management Diploma
·       1996 NVQ Co-ordinator, D32,33 & 34
·       1993 BEd (Business and Information Technology) (2:1)

Other related work
·       2014 – to date, Chair of County Durham Sport Advisory Group, guiding the Advisory Group through governance and organization changes

Peer Reviewing
·       2014, British Academy of Management Conference, Reviewing full and developmental papers
·       2013, British Academy of Management Conference, Reviewing full and developmental papers
·       2013, CERIC Conference, Reviewing papers for Doctoral Conference
·       2013, CERIC Conference, Reviewing papers for Doctoral Conference

Professional membership
·       Northern Leadership Academy, 2012 – to date
·       Professional Services Hub, University of Leeds, 2013 – to date
·       British Academy of Management, 2011 – to date
·       Chartered Institute for Professional Development, 2011 – to date
·       Newcastle University Alumni Association, 2011 – to date
·       Chartered Management Institute, 2007 – to date

Experience

Previous Employment·      

2012 - 2014 – Teaching Assistant, University of Leeds Business School·      

2014 – Marking position,·     

2013 – 2014 – Teaching Assistant, Durham University Business School·      

2005 – 2007 – Extended Services Co-ordinator, Durham County Council (secondment)·      

2004 – 2005 – 14-19 Area Development Manager, Durham County Council (secondment)·      

2001 – 2004 – Vocational and Work Related Learning Co-ordinator, Easington Community School, Durham County Council·      

1995 – 2001 – GNVQ Co-ordinator, Houghton Kepier School, Sunderland City Council·      

1993 – 1995 – Teacher, Information Technology, Ratton School, East Sussex County Council

Current Situation
·       June 2014 – to date, Research Associate, Durham University Business School, Centre for Entrepreneurship
·       2007 – to date – Self-Employed Consultant, Eastshaw Consultancy

Awards
·       2011 – 2014 PhD University Research Council scholarship
·       2011 – Student of the Year (Best in Class), Ma(HRM) Newcastle University
·       2008 –Community Business Award, East Durham Business Service

Research

Successful grants for research funding
2014 – Durham University Business School, Seed corn funding to explore relationships between Investors and Entrepreneurs - £2500

Teaching

Masters Level:

Human Resource Management; Core Course Seminars, Leeds University Business School

MSc Management and Leadership; Lecture on Relational Leadership, Leeds University Business School
      

Undergraduate Level:

Global Business Challenges, Lecture on Leadership and Change Management, Leeds University Business School

New Venture Creation; Seminars for module on Entrepreneurship, Durham University Business School

Starting your own Business, Marking position

HRM Introduction; Seminars and Lectures, Leeds University Business School 

Publications

Conference Papers

·       Wilson (2014) Letting LMX off the hook: A purpose built model for Dyadic Relationship Quality (DRQ), presented at BAM, Belfast, Ireland, September 2014

·       Wilson (2014) Ontological Trekking: why critical realism wouldn’t do for a mixed methods PhD, QRM Conference, Albuquerque, April 2014

·       Wilson (2013), LMTX – Leader-Member Trust Exchange and the role of context in relationship development, Irish Academy of Management Conference, Waterford, Ireland, September 2013

·       Wilson (2013), LMTX – Leader-Member Trust Exchange and the role of context in relationship development, CERIC Conference, May 2013

·       Wilson (2012), Is Context Everything, Comparing LMX and Trust for Knowledge Workers and their Managers, CELLS Conference, December 2012

·       Wilson (2012), Is Context Everything?: Comparing LMX and Trust for knowledge workers across three professional sectors, Doctoral Paper, BAM 2012, Cardiff, Wales

·       Wilson (2012), Is Context Everything?: Comparing LMX and Trust for knowledge workers across three professional sectors, CERIC Conference, Leeds, May 2012

Conferences Organized

·       2013 – CERIC Doctoral Conference, Leeds University Business School, May 2013,

·       2013 – LMX Workshop, Durham University business School, April 2012

·       2012 – CERIC Doctoral Conference, Leeds University Business School, May 2012

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