Associate Professor, DCU

Brian Harney BA (Hons), MBS, PhD (Cambridge), MCIPD is a senior lecturer of Strategic HRM at DCU Business School and the Deputy Director (SMEs) of the LInK Research Institute, and the Programme Director of the MSc in HRM (gradIreland Best Postgraduate Business Course, 2016).   Brian is an academic member of the Chartered Institute for Personnel Development, a fellow of […]

Organisational Psychology Lecturer and Programme Chair, DCU

Lisa is an organisational psychology lecturer and the programme chair of the MSc in Work and Organisational Psychology/Behaviour at Dublin City University Business School.   Her research interests lie in the areas of trust development and workplace transitions including a focus on trust in the context of disruptive technology and digital business.   Her interdisciplinary work has been published in […]

CEO, Business Leaders Malta

About Morgan Parnis has always demonstrated a passion for entrepreneurship and innovation, particularly in market research, learning and development and business intelligence . Morgan started his career in market research and was accountable for various research projects projects and mystery shopping exercises. This entailed design and administration of questionnaires, fieldwork and coding coordination, statistical data analysis and report writing.   […]

Organisational Psychology Lecturer, DCU

About Yseult Freeney is an Organisational Psychology lecturer at the Dublin City University Business School in Ireland. She completed her PhD in Psychology at the University College Dublin (UCD) as a scholar.   She is particularly interested in work engagement, the creation of positive and fulfilling work experiences, and the management of engagement and well-being through transitions in people’s lives. […]

Organisational Behaviour Professor and Co-director of the Leadership and Talent Institute, DCU

About Patrick is a Professor of Organisational Behaviour at Dublin City University and Co-Director of the Leadership and Talent Institute.   He is the recipient of the President’s Award for Research (2011) and the President’s Award for Teaching (2017). He is an expert on organisational behaviour, leadership and change management.   His research work focuses on the impact of leadership […]

HRM Lecturer, DCU

Margaret Heffernan (BBS, MBS, MCIPD, PhD) is a lecturer in HRM at Dublin City University Business School. Prior to this she lectured in the J.E. Cairnes School of Business and Economics at National University of Ireland, Galway and worked as a Research Fellow at the University of Limerick. Margaret is a chartered member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel & […]

Work and Organisational Psychology Professor, DCU

Finian is a Professor of Work and Organisational Psychology at DCU Business School. His research interests include Trust in the Workplace, particularly how trust is developed and maintained over time, and the individual Self-Regulation of thought, emotion and action in the workplace. Finian leads several dedicated DCU programmes focused on Small to Medium Size Enterprise growth and scaling. Each of […]

Professor of Human Resource Management and Associate Dean for Research, DCU

David Collings (PhD, Limerick) is Professor of Human Resource Management and Associate Dean for Research at DCU. Prior to joining DCU, he held faculty positions at the National University of Ireland, Galway and the University of Sheffield. He was also Visiting Professor at King’s College London. Prof Collings is Senior Consulting Editor at the Journal of World Business. He is […]

Assistant HRM Professor, DCU

Director of Research of the Leadership and Talent Institute (LTI), DCU

Janine is a Professor of Work & Organizational Psychology at DCU Business School, and the Director of Research of the Leadership and Talent Institute (LTI) at DCU. Janine also currently serves as Executive Committee Member of the European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology (EAWOP). Janine completed her PhD with summa cum laude at the Department for Psychology, University of […]