Bettina is a Course Leader and Senior Lecturer in Business Management. She teaches on various undergraduate courses as well as supervising MA and MBA dissertations.
Bettina was first appointed in 2009 and has been teaching ever since. Her main focus has been the design and delivery of modules within the area of Business Psychology – using research from psychology to enhance management of people within organisations but also helping individuals to better understand themselves and others in order to enhance their management skills and increase their chances of graduate employment.
Before teaching Bettina worked as a bilingual business psychologist in various fields of consultancy. Her specific interests lay in learning and development, coaching and mentoring programs, leadership development, performance improvement, selection and recruitment and transition. Additionally, she has long-term work experience within hotel and tourism management in Austria and the UK. Her MSc is in Occupational and Organisational Psychology and her special research focus are women in the workplace. She is fully BPS qualified as a Test User Occupational Personality (MBTI, 16PF, TalentQ) and holds the following professional memberships:
British Psychological Society (BPS)
Division of Occupational Psychology (DOP)
Special Group in Coaching Psychology (SGCP)
Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (HEA)