Professor Danielle Talbot

Professor Danielle Talbot BA, MBA, MSc, PhD, FHEA, FCMI, CMBE

Deputy Dean

Key details

Professor Danielle Talbot

Deputy Dean


Dannie Talbot has over 30 years’ experience of UK higher education, having worked at Liverpool John Moores University, the Open University and Coventry University before joining Greenwich Business School.

She has delivered undergraduate, postgraduate and executive education courses and has held a wide range of roles including course director, Head of School and Associate Dean.

Her research interests include person-environment fit, belongingness and diversity on boards, presented at conferences such as the Academy of Management and British Academy of Management and published in journals including the Academy of Management Journal. She collaborates on international research projects with academics from countries including Australia, South Africa and the USA and is a regular reviewer for both higher education pedagogy and organisational psychology journals. She is an external examiner and is regularly invited to participate in approval panels and doctoral viva.

Responsibilities within the university

To provide strategic leadership within the Faculty and play a lead role in the delivery of the faculty's strategic priorities as directed by the PVC/Executive Dean.

To be responsible for the strategic overview of the Faculty’s business development and internal and external planning (including industry relationships, external partnerships, accreditations, apprenticeships and continuous professional development activities

Awards

Outstanding Reviewer awards - BAM’s Organisational Psychology SIG

Outstanding Reviewer awards - Organizational Behavior division of the Academy of Management

Recognition

External Examiner – University of Buckingham

PhD supervisor and examiner

DBA supervisor and examiner

Reviewer for the Organization Management Journal, Journal of Management and Organization, the Journal of Management Education, the Journal of Applied Research in Higher Education and the International Journal of Management Reviews (IJMR)

Member of judging panel for the Emerald/HETL Outstanding Doctoral Research Award

Reviewer Chartered Association of Business Schools LTSE conference

Certified Management and Business Educator

Fellow Advance HE

Fellow Chartered Management Institute

Research / Scholarly interests

    Dannie’s research interests include person-environment fit, belongingness and diversity on boards, presented at conferences such as the Academy of Management and British Academy of Management and published in journals including the Academy of Management Journal. She collaborates on international research projects with academics from countries including Australia, South Africa and the USA and is a regular reviewer for both higher education pedagogy and organisational psychology journals. She is an external examiner, and is regularly invited to participate in approval panels and doctoral viva.

Recent publications

  • Goyal, R., Kakabadse, N., Kakabadse, A. and Talbot, D. L. (2021) Female board directors’ resilience against gender discrimination. Gender, Work and Organization. DOI: 10.1111/gwao.12669.
  • Coldwell, D. A. L., Williamson, M., and Talbot, D. L. (2019) Organizational socialization and ethical fit: a conceptual development by serendipity, Personnel Review, https://doi.org/10.1108/ PR-11-2017-0347
  • Follmer, E. H., Talbot, D.L., Kristof-Brown, A. L., Astrove, S. L. L., and Billsberry, J. (2018). Resolution, Relief, and Resignation: A Qualitative Study of Responses to Misfit at Work. Academy of Management Journal.
  • Follmer, E. H., Talbot, D. L., Kristof-Brown, A. L., Astrove, S. L. & Billsberry, J. (2018). Misfits: What do you do when you can't be yourself at work? LSE Business Review.
  • Billsberry, J., Talbot, D. L. & Ambrosini, V. (2013) Mapping Fit: Maximising Idiographic and Nomothetic Benefits in A. L. Kristof-Brown & J. Billsberry (Eds), New Directions in Organizational Fit, Wiley.
  • Talbot, D. L., Hollyoak, B. & Billsberry, J. (2011) ‘Keeping Fit’, Training Journal, November.
  • Billsberry, J., Talbot, D. L., Nelson, P. C., Edwards, J. A., Godrich, S. G., Davidson, R. A. G., et al. (2010). Review of The People Make the Place: Dynamic Linkages Between Individuals and Organizations edited by D. Brent Smith. Personnel Psychology, 63(2), 483-487.
  • Billsberry, J., Edwards, J. A., Talbot, D. L., Nelson, P. C., Davidson, R. A. G., Godrich, S. G. & Marsh, P. J. G. (2009). Review of Perspectives on Organizational Fit by Cheri Ostroff and Timothy A. Judge (Editors). Personnel Psychology, 62(4), 865 - 884.
  • Talbot, D., Billsberry, J., and Marsh, P. J. G. (2007). Un estudio exploratorio en la construcción del ajuste y desajuste del empleado (An exploratory study into the construction of employee fit and misfit). VirtualPro, 68 (September), 19.