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MA, Postgraduate Diploma or Postgraduate Certificate in Human Resource Management

Learn via Online Learning from a CIPD Approved Centre and University ranked Gold in Teaching Excellence and Student Outcomes Framework (TEF)

Course Start Date: 11th May 2020

De Montfort University

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Nicola Fraser

Nicola Fraser is a HR professional who has experience across both public and private sectors, through operational management, HR Consultancy and University lecturing. She currently delivers lecturing at De Montfort University, leading CIPD accredited modules within HRM Level 7 course, International Business and Undergraduate employability courses whilst also delivering guest lectures, masterclasses and modules on an international scale. With extensive experiences within HR cemented by qualifications, Nicola has managed an independent HR Consultancy: Dragonfly HR Ltd: supporting and deliver Change Management projects and Business Development for companies aiming to bridge the gap by injecting and aligning HR strategy within their organisation. Supporting engagement whilst ensuring best practice and legislation is adhered to. Delivering successful contracts for University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust, DMU, Loughborough College, 3M, VOLT, Vacancy Filler and Shakespeare's Birthplace Trust among other SME's.

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Sarah Matthews

Sarah Matthews is a Solicitor with extensive experience in private practice enhanced by managerial and voluntary work. Sarah started her career as a Solicitor specializing in work related personal injury claims. Her management roles in commercial organizations have incorporated Human Resources functions and oversight. Voluntary sector experience includes serving as a Parish Councillor, as a Governor for a state boarding school and acting as an Employment specialist for Citizens Advice. She currently works as a Consultant for a law firm providing employment advice and representing clients up to and including tribunal hearings. She was awarded a Distinction at Masters of Law (Employment Law and Practice) which she studied at DMU. Her research interests are discrimination law and developments in health and safety at work legislation.

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Kevin Roe

Kevin Roe has a broad range of life experiences upon which he is able to draw which have helped to shape his current research and consultancy.  His first ‘career’ was as a Royal Naval officer serving with both the RN and the American 6th Fleet.  Returning to civilian life, he worked for Perkins’ Engines (now part of the Caterpillar Group) as their ‘man’ in Pakistan, India and Indonesia.  His next role involved him splitting his time between academic work and the public sector as he re-entered Higher Education by completing his MBA in Leicester and continuing his studies at Lancaster University where he was awarded his PhD in Management Learning in 2007.  Currently he is writing the third edition of his textbook ‘Leadership; Practice and Perspectives’, researching the impact of emotional labour on middle managers as well as teaching and consulting.  He is an experienced MBTI practitioner having been accredited since 1998 and uses the tool to help teams and individuals gain insight into their own practice so they can learn and perform to the best of their abilities.  Kevin is a CIPD module and course leader at DMU for practicing professionals on the part-time MA/PGDip HRM. His subject areas include leadership, change management, and human resource management.

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Kate Wallett

Kate Wallett has been an Associate Lecturer at DMU since 2009. Her teaching includes Managing Organisational Change and Skills for Business Leaders at post graduate level.  With DMU corporate clients, Kate had been module leader and taught on the PG Certificate and Diploma in Management for RWE npower and the Leading Change module for Prime Care. Kate recently led a non- accredited master class series for the MND Association’s senior management population to enhance their commercial capabilities. Previously she has over 15 years of corporate learning and development experience as a senior manager in the private retail sector, with extensive experience in leadership development, talent management, organisational change and development. Over the past 10 years, Kate has worked as an organisational development consultant with organisations undergoing significant change. Her work has led to extensive experience of working with managers and leaders from front line to board level during complex and ‘messy’ change. Her clients include local authorities, NHS and private sector organisations. Kate has recently been working with a large county council developing high performance working practices during austerity and fundamental change.