Dr Tinkuma Edafioghor

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  • Qualifications:PhD, MSc, BSc, CIPD, FHEA
  • Position:Senior Lecturer Human Resource Management - Programme Leader Msc HRM (Part-time)
  • Department:FBL - Business and Management
  • Telephone:+4411732 85457
  • Email:Tinkuma.Edafioghor@uwe.ac.uk

About me

I am a Senior Lecturer in Human Resource Management (HRM) and a member of the Human Resources, Work and Employment Group at the College of Business and Law, University of the West of England (UWE). I teach a variety of HRM modules at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels, including Culture and Behaviour and International Human Resource Management. Previously, I served as a Lecturer at Askham Bryan College in York and conducted research and teaching at the University of York Management School, where I earned my PhD in Management. My thesis, titled "The Antecedents and Consequences of Organizational Resilience: An Investigation of SMEs in Nigeria," reflects my primary research interests.

My research focuses on the relationship between HRM and organizational resilience, exploring key areas such as Talent Management, Employee Engagement and Well-being, Leadership and Change Management, Crisis Management and Response, and Strategic HRM Alignment. By investigating these dimensions, my research aims to advance theoretical understanding and provide practical insights and evidence-based strategies for building resilient organizations in today's dynamic and uncertain business landscape.

I am currently working on a project titled "A Gender-role Perspective of Employee Well-being and Resilience," funded by the VC Early Career Researcher Development Awards at UWE Bristol.

I am eager to connect with fellow researchers. If you are interested, please feel free to reach out.

Area of expertise

Human Resource Management (HRM), International Human Resource Management (IHRM), Organisational Resilience. My current research centres on the link between human resource management and organisational resilience.


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