Dr Holly Andrews

dr-holly-andrews

Head of the Department of Management and Finance

Senior Management Team

Contact Details

email: h.andrews@worc.ac.uk
tel: 01905 54 2289

Holly Andrews has been a lecturer with Worcester Business School since 2009. She currently manages the Department of Management and Finance, and has previously managed research, personal academic tutoring and employability within the business school. Her research area is the dark side of management and Holly teaches a module on this for final year students. She also manages some of the core employability modules on the undergraduate provision.

Qualifications

  • PhD Occupational Psychology
  • MSc Occupational Psychology
  • PGCert Learning and Teaching in Higher Education
  • BSc (Hons) Applied Psychology
  • Level 1 Certificate in Coaching for Performance

Teaching & Research Interests

Teaching Interests

The dark side of management

Occupational psychology

Employability skills

Coaching

Research methods

 

Research Interests

Psychopathy in the workplace

Psychopathic career paths

Coaching within Higher Education

Membership of Committees

Worcester Business School Learning and Teaching Student Experience Committee (October 2010-Present)
Worcester Business School Quality Committee (December 2009-August 2012)

Publications

Publications

Jones, R. J., & Andrews, H. (2019). Understanding the Rise of Faculty–Student Coaching: An Academic Capitalism Perspective. Academy of Management Learning & Education, 18(4), 606-625.

Steele, C., Andrews, H., & Upton, D. (2011). Psychology Express: Statistics in Psychology (Undergraduate Revision Guide). Prentice Hall.

Andrews, H. (2011). Why Personality and Behaviour in the Workplace are Important. In J. Reuvidko (Ed.). Managing Business Risk (pp. 126-137). London: Kogan Page.

Andrews, H. (2010). Snakes in Suits - Are there Psychopaths in your Boardroom? The People Bulletin [online] available from http://www.apbusinesscontacts.com/the_people_bulletin-pb_9/snakes.aspx (accessed 13/06/11).

Andrews, H & Francis-Symthe, J. (2010). Dangerous liaisons. Professional Manager, 19(3), 30-32.

Mason, V., Andrews, H., & Upton, D. (2010). The psychological impact of exposure to floods. Psychology, Health and Medicine, 15(1), 61-73.

Andrews, H., Furniss, P & Evans, C. (2009). A successful leader or a psychopathic individual? Management Services, 53(4), 22-24.

Conference Papers

Andrews, H. (2018, June). Coaching on the ‘dark side’; working with psychopaths and narcissists in business. Coaching for Elite Performance, Annual Coaching Conference 2018, Henley Business School.

Andrews, H., & Jones, R. (2017, December). Does coaching work and who benefits most? British Psychological Society Special Interest Group in Coaching Annual Conference, Birmingham.

Jones, R., & Andrews, H. (2017, December) The dangers of faculty-student coaching. British Psychological Society Special Interest Group in Coaching Annual Conference, Birmingham.

Jones., R., & Andrews, H. (2016, July). An evaluation of a coaching approach to supporting student placement search. IOTBC International Teaching Conference for Management Educators, Winchester, UK.

Witton, G., & Andrews, H (2016, March) The costs and benefits of completing a work placement; a comparison of business and engineering students. Chartered Association of Business Schools Learning Teaching and Student Experience Conference, Aston Business School, UK.

Andrews, H. J. (2015, September). Shining a Light on the Dark Side: How the Global Financial Crisis Exposed the Dark Side of Leadership. Paper for inclusion at the meeting of the Global Business Conference, Sibenik, Croatia.

Andrews, H. J. (2015, May). The relationship of psychopathic traits to career interests and educational choices. In Wisse, B. (chair) Dark Traits and Abuse of Followers: The Antecedents and Outcomes of Destructive Leadership. Symposium conducted at the European Association of Work and Occupational Psychology, Oslo, Norway.

Andrews, H. (2011). Corporate Snakes and Ladders: Psychopathic, Narcissistic and Machiavellian Leadership. Paper presented at the Institute of risk Management Global Risk Management Professional Development Forum, March 23rd.

Andrews, H. (2010). Snakes in Suits – Dealing with Psychopaths in the Workplace and in the Boardroom. Paper presented at the Institute of Risk Management Risk Leaders Conference, November 19th.

Andrews, H. (2010). Managing Snakes in Suits. Paper presented at the CRSA (Control Risk Self Assessment Forum) conference on Governing Success, Association of Chartered and Certified Accountants, September 29th.

Andrews, H. (2010). Charm, Charisma and Catastrophe: A Psychopath at Work. Paper presented at Capita Registrars Governance for Advantage Seminar, Capita Registrars, June 17th.

Andrews, H. (2009). Everything in moderation? A review of the organisational successes of individuals with personality dysfunction. Poster presented at the Research in Focus Conference, University of Worcester, May 19th.

Andrews, H. (2008). Charm, charisma and catastrophe: Psychopathy in the workplace. Poster presented at PsyPAG Annual Conference, Manchester University, 31st July.

Andrews, H. (2008). Charm, charisma and catastrophe: The psychopath at work. Paper presented at the Research in Focus Conference, University of Worcester, 27th February.

Conferences Attended

British Psychological Society Special Interest Group in Coaching Annual Conference, Birmingham, December 2017

British Psychological Society Special Interest Group in Coaching Annual Conference, Birmingham, December 2017

IOTBC International Teaching Conference for Management Educators, Winchester, UK.March 2016

Global Business Conference, Sibenik, Croatia, September 2015

Symposium conducted at the European Association of Work and Occupational Psychology, Oslo, Norway.May 2015

British Psychological Society Division of Occupational Psychology Annual Conference, January 2010

BMAF Employability Specialist Interest Group Preparing for Placement Conference, November 2009

University of Worcester Research in Focus Conference, May 2009

PsyPAG Annual Conference, July 2008

University of Worcester Research in Focus Conference, February 2008