Worcester Business School
Adam is a part-time PhD student in the University of Worcester Business School. He also works full time nationally for NHS England and Improvement within the field of HR, organisational development and service improvement.
Adam’s research seeks to explore how healthcare executive leaders experience personal resilience. He is applying an interpretive phenomenological methodology to appeal to the subjective and contextual nature of personal resilience as a phenomenon.
MSc Leadership and Change Management, 2010, Birmingham City University
PGDip Human Resource Management (CIPD), 2013, Birmingham City University
Certificate Executive Coaching and Mentoring, 2013, Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM)
PGCert (Level 8) Organisational Leadership Research, 2015, University of Worcester
Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD)
Personal Resilience of Leader’s (2017) article within ‘Talent Management in Healthcare: Exploring How the World's Health Service Organisations Attract, Manage and Develop Talent’ | online here
Development Assessment Centres: Practice Implications Arising from Exploring the Participant Voice (2016) research publication within International Journal HRDPPR | online here
Leadership and Change Management (2015) Chapter 4 of ‘Practising Public Health’ | online here
Healthcare Talent Management (2014) within ‘Make your people before you make your products’ | online here
Inclusive Talent Management Implementation Toolkit (2014) a Health Education England publication
Talent Management in Healthcare (2013) article within HSJ | online here
How to Effectively Lead from within Partnerships (2012) research within HSJ | online here