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HWG members

Members

  • Dr Kate Blackwood

    Dr Kate Blackwood

    Senior Lecturer - School of Management

    Kate is a senior lecturer in the School of Management (Albany). She is a co-director of the Healthy Work Group - a multidisciplinary team of researchers from Massey interested in psychosocial factors in workplace health and safety. She is a co-editor of the New Zealand Journal of Human Resources Management and an Associate Editor for the Journal of Management and Organisation. Her primary research interests include interventions in workplace bullying and the prevention of psychosocial hazards at work. She is currently working on an HRC-WorkSafe funded project evaluating psychosocial hazard interventions in small and medium sized enterprises. 

  • Dr Kate Bone

    Dr Kate Bone

    Lecturer - School of Management

    Dr Kate Bone is an interdisciplinary academic with interests in workplace wellbeing and tourism. Kate's research is concerned with social justice issues and she presents critical accounts of lived experiences from a largely sociological perspective. Kate is an active member of the Healthy Work Group.

    Kate is a named investigator awarded $1.2 million in funding (Feb 2020) from WorkSafe New Zealand and the Health Research Council to support a 3-year project investigating how participatory Psychosocial Safety Climate interventions can reduce psychosocial risk and enhance wellbeing within SMEs in New Zealand's health, education and manufacturing sectors.

  • Dr David Brougham

    Dr David Brougham

    Senior Lecturer - School of Management

    Dr David Brougham is a Senior Lecturer in the Massey Business School, specialising in the future of work. At present, he is looking at how employees and businesses plan to adapt to changes as a result of technological disruption brought on by smart technology, artificial intelligence, automation, robotics, and algorithms etc. David has taught both undergraduate and postgraduate papers in project management, leadership/governance, human resource management and contemporary management. At present, he coordinates the School of Managements Capstone course.

  • Prof Bevan Catley

    Prof Bevan Catley

    Professor - School of Management

    Bevan is a Professor in the School of Management (Albany). He is a member of the Healthy Work Group, which is a multidisciplinary team of researchers from Massey interested in psychosocial factors in workplace health and safety. Bevan’s primary research focus is on workplace bullying and workplace violence and he has published extensively on these topics in a number of international journals. Bevan is also a board member of the Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management and former board member of the International Association on Workplace Bullying and Harassment.

  • Dr Jason Cordier

    Dr Jason Cordier

    Lecturer - School of Management

    Jason is a member of Massey University's Healthy Work Group and consults, lectures and researches within the fields of strategic management, strategic HRM, and knowledge management. He has extensive European, Asian, Middle Eastern and North American consulting experience in the fields of Governmental Organizational Development, Islamic Finance, Agri-business, Oil & Gas, Asset Management and Diversified Conglomerates. Jason has managed large consulting projects for a wide array of organizations including American Express Middle East, Bahrain Oil & Gas Authority, Limoneira, and the Government of Pakistan. 

  • Dr Natalia D'Souza

    Dr Natalia D'Souza

    Senior Lecturer - School of Management

    Natalia is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Management (Albany). Her main area of expertise is around psychosocial wellbeing as well as forms of workplace ill-treatment such as bullying, cyberbullying, and cyber abuse, with a particular focus on the healthcare sector. Natalia teaches undergraduate and postgraduate courses and supervises PhD students in the areas of Leadership, Decent Work, Human Resource Management, Organisational Behaviour, and Employment Relations. Natalia is a member of the Healthy Work Group, and she is also currently a board member for NetSafe, a non-profit online safety agency in New Zealand. 

  • Dr Darryl Forsyth

    Dr Darryl Forsyth

    Senior Lecturer - School of Management

    Darryl Forsyth is a senior lecturer in Department of Management at Massey University’s Albany campus. He currently teaches in area of Human Resource Management & Research Methods. His ‘umbrella’ research focus is on understanding and facilitating healthy work.  More specifically, currently this includes research projects on Information overload, Resilience, Workplace bullying & violence.  The majority of my research focus is with the ‘Healthy Work Group’, where he specialises in designing comprehensive data collection tools and data analysis/modelling. He holds a PhD in Applied Industrial and Organisational Psychology from the University of Canterbury

  • Associate Professor Dianne Gardner

    Associate Professor Dianne Gardner

    Associate Professor - School of Psychology

  • Zoe Port

    Zoe Port

    Deputy Director of the Bachelor of Business - Massey Business School - Deputy PVC's Office

    Research Officer - School of Management

    I am the Deputy Programme Director for the Bachelor of Business, and also hold the role of Research Officer on the externally-funded Healthy Work Project, which seeks to develop, implement and test interventions to reduce exposure to work-related psychosocial hazards in small and medium-sized organisations. I have recently submitted my PhD (under examination), which is focused on exploring the heterogeneity and experiences of those who hold multiple jobs.

  • Associate Professor David Tappin

    Associate Professor David Tappin

    Associate Professor - School of Management

    As an academic in the School of Management I teach courses in HR/ER, Decent Work and Project Management, and I supervise postgraduate students.  I am a co-director of the Healthy Work Group - a research team involved in evaluating and addressing psychosocial risks and interventions in work, and I am a member of the human ethics committee in Albany.  I have been at Massey University since 2011.  Before this I was a self-employed consultant and a researcher with Scion (a Crown Research Institute).