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    4229 Gold Coast


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I am an Assistant Professor of Organisational Behaviour at Bond Business School. Prior to joining Bond University, I worked at the University of Western Australia Business School, where I received my PhD in Organisational Behaviour in 2017.

My primary areas of research include employee proactive behaviour, recovery from stress, and work motivation. Much of my research has been directed at understanding the consequences of proactive behaviour for employees using diary methods and experience sampling. Being proactive at work can be instrumental in obtaining resources, but may also create stress and expose employees to risks. My research explores the mechanisms and factors that shape such processes, with the goal of understanding not only how to create a proactive workforce, but also how to sustain it in the long-term.


Education/Academic qualification

Organizational Behaviour Studies, Doctor of Philosophy, University of Western Australia


Social and Organisational Psychology, Master of Science, University of Exeter



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