Having a background in Occupational Psychology and Human Resource Management, my main area of interest surrounds organisational behaviour. I am interested in factors influencing work performance such as stress, mental health issues, personality factors, emotional intelligence and employee well being. I am also interested in employability and how students can enhance their employability whilst studying full and part time courses. Current research is focusing upon stress in the public sector.
I am responsible for supervising numerous postgraduate students who undertake research (both quantitative and qualitative) in a number of fields mainly focusing on human resource management. Current research areas include emotional intelligence, employee retention and human resource development.
Sian Jenkins is Course Leader for he Masters in Human Resource Management (City) and is module leader for a range of subjects on the MSc HRM, MBA and Undergraduate Business Degree. Sian is also Course Leader for the Post Graduate Certificate in Public Service Leadership. Sian worked within Human Resources for 10 years, with her last post being an HR Manager in a Global Organisation. Sian also has her own business which provides HR consultancy for local companies.
Expertise related to UN Sustainable Development Goals
In 2015, UN member states agreed to 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. This person’s work contributes towards the following SDG(s):
Occupational Psychology, MSc
Behavoural Science, BSc(Hons)
Competency, Cert C in Level A
Competency, Cert C in Level B
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