Audrey Teh

BPsych (Hons), MA

Management School

Doctoral Researcher

Graduate Teaching Assistant

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Audrey Teh
Management School
Sheffield University Management School
Conduit Road
S10 1FL

I am a doctoral researcher at the Institute of Work Psychology within the Management School at The University of Sheffield. I have a specific interest in studying emotional labour in leadership, leadership authenticity, and emotion regulation. My PhD focuses on interpersonal emotion regulation and the dark triad of personality.

Prior to my PhD candidature, I was involved in consulting projects with private organisations in health innovation and technology, and the aviation industry. I also held various research and editorial assistant roles and taught at graduate and undergraduate levels. Currently, I serve as a conference co-chair for EMONET (Emotions Network) and as a co-editor for the upcoming volume of Research on Emotion in Organizations.

In my spare time, I enjoy outdoor archery, visiting museums and modern art galleries, and going on countryside escapes.

  • Bachelor of Psychology, HELP University, Malaysia
  • Master of Arts in Human Resources and Consulting, Lancaster University, UK
Research interests
  • Affect/emotion in social and organisational contexts, in leader–follower interactions, and in computer-mediated communication; emotion processes and theories – emotional labour, (interpersonal) emotion regulation, emotional contagion, emotional intelligence
  • Leadership and followership, e.g., leadership identity and authenticity, follower perceptions
  •  The dark triad of personality – narcissism, Machiavellianism, psychopathy
  • Fully-funded PhD Studentship by The University of Sheffield