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“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.

Research Contribution

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.

TEMPORAL CHANGES IN THE FACTORS INFLUENCING PSYCHOLOGICAL CONTRACT FORMATION AND DEVELOPMENT IN NEW RECRUITS.

2010 - Proceedings from 27th International Congress of Applied Psychologists Conference

THE INFLUENCE OF ORGANISATIONAL ATTITUDES ON AUSTRALIAN AIRLINE PILOT DECISION CHOICES.

2010 - Proceedings from the 27th International Congress of Applied Psychologists Conference