Über den Autor
Gary Rees is MBA Director and Principal Lecturer in HRM/OB at Portsmouth University. Previous to this, Gary successfully managed the suite of post graduate HR Programmes for a decade at Portsmouth Business School, taking the programmes through various internal and external (Professional Body) validation events. He has edited books and written chapters in best sellers such as Organisational Behaviour (Wiley) and Leading Managing and Developing People (CIPD). Gary has also published in several academic and practitioner journals in the area of burnout and engagement and has presented his research at International Conferences in Australia, Spain, the UAE, the USA and the Cayman Islands. Gary has held a range of External Examiner appointments across both undergraduate and post-graduate programmes in the UK and Europe. Gary is an examiner for the CIPD Organizational Design and Development module and holds Chartered Fellowship of the CIPD and membership of the British Psychological Society, including the Occupational Psychology Division. Paul E Smith is Head of the HR Subject Group, Programme Director for MSc Global Business, and Principal Lecturer in HRM at the University of Hertfordshire Business School. He teaches Strategic Human Resource Management at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. Paul has edited books and contributed chapters and case studies to a variety of books in the field of HR and Organizational Behaviour, including Organizational Behaviour (Routledge), Leadership and Management for HR Professionals (Butterworth-Heinemann) and People Management and Development: A Revision Guide (CIPD). Paul is a member of the Work and Employment Research Unit at Hertfordshire Business School and has contributed to a number of conference papers, journal articles and reports. His research interests encompass diversity in organisations, leadership, and the application of management theory to practice in HR. He has held a number of external examiner appointments and contributed to internal and external validation and reviews events. Paul is a Chartered Fellow of the CIPD.