“Either write something worth reading or do something worth writing.”
– Benjamin Franklin
I work within the scientist-practitioner model of philosophy. Research that sits on a shelf is interesting, but wasteful. Action that is uninformed is naïve and expensive. We must connect and integrate the two to move forward with confidence. Here I share my thoughts, learnings and writings with you.
I am committed to sourcing, curating, and sharing evidence-based thinking—both my own and others. Here are some of my contributions to the world of research.
THE INFLUENCE OF ORGANISATIONAL ATTITUDES ON AUSTRALIAN AIRLINE PILOT DECISION CHOICES.
2010 - Proceedings from the 27th International Congress of Applied Psychologists Conference
SUBJECTIVE WELLBEING AND PSYCHOLOGICAL CONTRACT CONTENT: The relationships between employee wellbeing and dynamic performance expectations.
2010 - 27th International Congress of Applied Psychologists Conference