Doctoral students currently supervised by Centre members

The PhD students below are being supervised by members of the Bristol Leadership and Change Centre.

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Doctoral students

Katie Beavan

Exploring their stories Can Attachment Theory Help Us Develop Better Leaders in Banking Industry?

  • Peter Case (Director of Studies)
  • Margaret Page (Supervisor)

Charlotte von Bulow

Intention and Attention in Educational Leadership a methods-based approach to organisational capacity and succession building.

Anna Elwood

The shadow side of care.

Heather Gilhespy

How executive coaching helps executives to improve their ability to solve problems by switching to and developing different sense-making modes.

  • Charles Booth (Director of Studies)
  • Carol Jarvis (Supervisor)
  • Robert French (Supervisor)

Michael Jones

Farmer Organisations and Service Providers in the Lao PDR: Leadership, Adaptation and Agency.

Mona Haug

Gender quotas for leadership positions: a myth or a mandate?

Robin Hay

Leading with limited knowledge.

Corinne Leverton

Singing our stories home – an enquiry into the impact of remembered childhood fairy tales on self-leadership and outcomes for individuals within organisations.

Vincent Francis Mcdermott

An Organisation Becoming: The Lived Experience of Researching Planned Manufacturing Improvement Initiatives through the Lens of Complex Responsive Processes of Relating

Sam Richardson

Identifying, Through Language, Behaviour and Reputation, Leaders and Influencers  in Online Groups.

Rembrandt Zegers

Leaders and their relation to nature.

Behavioural change and social influence PhDs

Read about our PhD students working in the field of behaviour change and social influence.

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