Reader / Senior Lecturer in Gender and Leadership
Cranfield School of Management, has long been recognised as one of the most established and respected business schools in the UK, with 50 years’ experience of educating business leaders. We are known for excellence in leadership development, deep-rooted relationships with organisations of all kinds, and our focus on transforming learning and research into improved management practice.
Within the Changing World of Work Group, you will be responsible for leading the development of research and executive development in the area of gender diversity and leadership. This is an area for which the School has a long-standing reputation via the International Centre for Women Business Leaders (led by Prof Sue Vinnicombe) and more recently the Global Centre for Gender and Leadership (led by Prof Elisabeth Kelan), and remains an area of strategic importance for the School. You would be responsible for directing the existing portfolio in this area, including the Women as Business Leaders executive programme and several doctoral researchers in this field. More importantly, your role will involve reviewing and further developing this theme and developing new products and thought leadership to take it into the future.
In addition, you will be expected to deliver teaching and doctoral supervision in the area of Leadership on graduate and executive programmes. A candidate who can also contribute to teaching, research and doctoral supervision in other relevant areas would be preferred.
You will be educated to doctoral level in a relevant subject and have experience of management research using both qualitative and quantitative methods. It is expected that this will be demonstrated via relevant publications in journals recognised for research excellence.
For an informal discussion, please contact Professor Emma Parry, Professor of Human Resource Management on (T); +44 (0)1234 754808 or (E); firstname.lastname@example.org
At Cranfield we value Diversity and Inclusion, and aim to create and maintain a culture in which everyone can work and study together harmoniously with dignity and respect and realise their full potential.