Meet the IWP team. Profiles and contact details for IWP members are listed below.
Head of IWP
|Professor Kamal Birdi
|Women in high managerial positions in the private sector in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
|The effect of gender traits on leaders’ work and nonwork identities: the role of actual and reflected appraisal
|Leadership and wellbeing: Focus on the self-other perception gap
|Disabled Directors on NHS Boards
|Supporting return-to-work and stay-at-work for people with mental health problems: A mixed methods study
|Visually impaired employees in the workplace: understanding barriers to promotion through a Bourdieusian lens.
|Organisational leadership and followership, dark traits and work, non-work life wellbeing.
|How to Make Speaking Up in the Workplace More Effective: Exploring the Use of Interventions
|The feasibility of a Participatory Organisational Intervention to enhance work engagement in inpatient Mental Health Nursing Staff.
|Wing Yee Lam
|The relationship among elderly care demand, organisation policy, employee well-being and work related outcomes: The mediating effect of life resources
|Management of Non-Governmental Organisations
|How does high performance work system and servant leadership influence employee proactive customer service performance (PCSP)? Examining the mediating role of service culture, service self-efficacy and service orientation
|Ignacio Sepulveda Perez
|Virtual teams, emotional diversity and social integration processes
|Improving wellbeing of healthcare staff: dealing with cumulative stressors
|Creative style - its measurement, stability over time and relationship with leadership
|Maintaining the wellbeing of artists in temporary spaces
Interpersonal emotion regulation effectiveness and wellbeing at work - looking at situational and individual context
|Breaking Stereotypes, Harnessing Strengths: Exploring Age Dynamics in Interpersonal Emotion Regulation at Work
|Social capital, social entrepreneurship, post-conflict and disaster, and rural development
|Improvisation in organisational teams