Category Archives: Leadership

The importance of not justifying defendant’s crime in plea in mitigation hearings

Posted by on Monday, April 11, 2016

Members of the University of Bradford Law Society were delighted to have been invited to attend the University of Law Bar Society ‘Plea in Mitigation’ workshop in Leeds. The event, held on February 22, was hosted in conjunction with Park Square Barristers, Leeds, and attended by a number of universities nationwide. Upon arrival, we were presented… Read More »

Organisational psychology: is knowing yourself the key to understanding organisations?

Posted by on Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Guest blog by Alumnus Dr Chris Ridgeway, one of the first BSc students at Bradford University School of Management from 1964-67 graduating with a BSc in Business Studies: occupational psychologist; coach; therapist; organisational consultant and occasional visiting academic Atvarios UK,US African and Middle East universities . In order to understand the motivations of others and… Read More »

The role of HR – and an MBA – in organisational transformation

Posted by on Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Guest blog by Helen Taylor, Organisational development Manager at Damart, a leading brand in clothing for the senior market. Helen has signed up to start an executive MBA at Bradford University School of Management, starting in September and is sponsored by her employer, Damart. The role of HR is evolving all the time and there… Read More »

What can top business leaders learn from top sports stars?

Posted by on Wednesday, May 1, 2013

When should business leaders step down? I discussed this very topic recently in an interview with Chris Bond for the Yorkshire Post, following Chris Hoy’s announcement of his decision to retire from cycling. Six-time Olympic Gold medallist and general all-round cycling legend, Sir Chris Hoy, announced his retirement from cycling at a news conference in… Read More »