Roles and Responsibilities

    Lucy is Programme Director for the MSc Business Psychology and the MSc Business Psychology with Coaching programmes at the Dubai Campus. She lectures on various courses on the MSc including Coaching Psychology, Coaching Psychology Practice, Social and Organisational Change, Diversity and Research Methods. In addition to these, she teaches qualitative research methods at undergraduate level. Lucy also supervises MSc dissertations on various topics related to Business Psychology and Coaching Psychology.



    Lucy's research interests are in the areas of generational differences in the workplace, in particular the younger generations’ (’Generation Y’) socialisation into organisations, their work values and career orientations. Lucy has also conducted research in the areas of change management, workspace design, socio-technical systems, job design, employability and knowledge management, working with a number of global organisations including, Rolls-Royce, Bentley Motors, Marks and Spencer, the National Health Service (NHS), REED-NCFE, and the UK Government Office of Science. Lucy has presented her research over the years at a number of international conferences including, the British Psychological Society’s Division of Occupational Psychology (DOP), European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology (EAWOP), Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics (AHFE), Middle East Psychological Association (MEPA) and the Academy of Management (AOM). Lucy continues to publish academic papers in the area of Business and Coaching Psychology


    With BSc Psychology (Newcastle University, UK) and MSc Occupational Psychology degrees (University of Nottingham, UK), Lucy is a Chartered Psychologist, Registered Occupational Psychologist, Certified Business Coach, and a trained Occupational Test User (OTU) (Ability and Personality) with the British Psychological Society, being certified in Trait, TEIQue and NEO-PI-R.



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