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Dr Myrtle Emmanuel

Myrtle Emmanuel PhD, MSc, BA (Hons) and FHEA

Dr Myrtle Emmanuel

Myrtle Emmanuel
PhD, MSc, BA (Hons) and FHEA

Senior Lecturer in Human Resources and Organisational Behaviour

Department of Human Resources and Organisational Behaviour

Business School

Dr Myrtle Emmanuel joined the University of Greenwich in April 2015. Prior to joining the university, Myrtle was a Principal Lecturer at London Guildhall Faculty of Business and Law at London Metropolitan University. She assisted the Learning and Teaching Director in the development of the Faculty's policy on learning, teaching and assessment. She also had a key role in the design and delivery of a range of modules on the HRM postgraduate and undergraduate degree programmes.

Myrtle achieved her PhD in Management at the Henley Business School, University of Reading. She has also undertaken Associate Tutorship roles for Birkbeck College and Northumbria University.

Before pursuing her academic career, Myrtle was a leadership and personal development facilitator/trainer for various private and public sector organisations. Her portfolio of interim and freelance roles comprised of research, evaluation and learning and development. Examples include Equality and Diversity training for NHS newcomers as well as delivery of Organisational Development, CIPD and IPM courses for various organisations (London Boroughs of Newham, Lewisham & Waltham Forest, Norwich City Council and Broadgate Estates).

  • Organisational behaviour 
  • Leadership, personal development and career management 
  • Personal and professional development 3: career management 
  • Resourcing and talent management
  • Employee resourcing and development
  • Personal tutor
  • Work placement tutor
  • MA Human Resource Management Programme Leader
  • Department Employability Leader Tutor

Nominated for best student feedback in 2012 at London Metropolitan University

  • Fellow of Higher Education Academy
  • PhD External Examiner at University of Northumbria

Myrtle's PhD research focus on the relational nature of undergraduates' career management. Her research interest include career management, developmental networks and professional identity.  She has co-authored a book chapter on 'Reading and writing skills for business: the students' voice'.

Emmanuel, M., O'Neill, P., Holley, D., Johnson, L., Sinfield, S. (2011), Reading and Writing Skills for Business: The  Student's Voice, Investigations in University Teaching & Learning, volume 6:1-2.

Emmanuel, M., O'Neill, P., Holley, D., Johnson, L., Sinfield, S. (2011), Taking Action in Business.  In M. Deane & P. O'Neil (Eds.), Writing in the Disciplines, Palgrave MacMillan, London.

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