Sonya

Sonya

Profile

Sonya (Shen-Yang) Lin is currently working as a Grade-7 research fellow at the University of Leeds with Prof. Lynda Song on the UKRI project about how HR practice influenced healthcare workers from BAME backgrounds during the pandemic. Before joining the University of Leeds, Sonya was supervised by Prof. Giles Hirst at the Australian National University. Sonya’s research interests include creativity, leadership, work-family and big data. She has published a research paper in the Australian Journal of Management. She is has a pipeline of journal articles on creativity and leadership, with one empirical paper under 2nd round R&R in the Journal of Business Research, and another empirical paper under 1st round R&R in Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice etc. In addition, She has taught different courses including OB, leadership and SHRM etc in the Australian National University, and has won a couple of prestigious international research grants, totalling more than £24,000 during her PhD.