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Duties and Responsibilities
Dr. Emmanuelle Rey-Marmonier is a Lecturer in Leadership and Organisational Development in the People, Organisations and Practice Department at Aberdeen Business School.
Emmanuelle is looking after the delivery of the Business School CMI accredited courses (CMI Strategic Management and Leadership, and CMI Coaching and Mentoring).
She has contributed to the delivery of various undergraduate and postgraduate courses and PhD supervision in the School since 2008. She is currently coordinating several modules, including People Management and Organisational Development for MBA students (BSM154), and Leadership for fourth year students (BS4220). She has been Course Leader for the online MBA programmes in 2010 and 2011, in charge of designing an interactive online Induction module and of dynamising staff engagement within the online delivery mode. She is active in the community on topics related to women in business.
Emmanuelle graduated with an MSc in Socio-Economic Management from the University Lyon 3 (France), an MBA from New Mexico State University (USA) and a PhD on the Management of Deviant and Inefficient Behaviours from University Lyon 3 and the ISEOR research centre (France).
She has previously worked for ISEOR, a French research centre specialized in socio-economic management, where she has practiced professional training in leadership and change management in different companies of the service sector (in France and in Belgium).
Emmanuelle has previous experience in teaching at University level in France (University Jean Moulin Lyon 3).
Emmanuelle’s research interests focus on leadership. More specifically, Emmanuelle's contributions include research on the management of deviant behaviours, on the role of line managers, on managerial ethics, and more recently on women and leadership.
Emmanuelle is currently looking at the impacts of intensive leadership development workshops on the perception of ethical team leadership practices. She is also engaging in projects involving the study of the impacts of female leaders.
Also working on a project with Professor Elizabeth Gammie, with funding from the University forum for Human Resource Development (UF HRD):
Professional women’s networks as a tool for HRD: what are their objectives and how do they grow? A preliminary study with two professional women’s networks based in Aberdeen, Scotland.
- Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
- Academic Associate member of the CIPD
- Member of the British Academy of Management
- Associate member of the University Forum for Human Resource Development
External / Professional Roles
- Trainer for the NELC (North East Learning Collaborative) for the "North East Middle Management Development Programme - Managing Together" for the NHS Grampian, the Police, Aberdeen City Council, Aberdeenshire Council, NESCOL, ACVO, and RGU
- External examiner for Middlesex University Leadership modules (undergraduate and postgraduate levels) (2017-2021)
"The road ahead - A contribution to identifying some of the current challenges to the implementation of PRME - A review of the literature", 4th Prime UK and Ireland Conference, with Nkeiruka Ndubuka (June 2017).
"Ray of light - Gender parity in senior leadership", CIPD North of Scotland and Islands with Tracie Watson (April 2017)
"A few theoretical pointers on developing collaboration in the workplace", GE Oil & Gas annual leadership workshop and mini conference (July 2016)
“Evaluating the benefits of online MBA students’ interactions with their peers”, Innovate to Stimulate Conference, Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen (May 2014) - Awarded Best Paper.
"For a pseudo deontology in managing people – The case of line managers", international conference and doctoral consortium organised by ISEOR and the Academy of Management (USA), Management Consulting, Organizational Development and Change, Organizations and Natural Environment, Research Method, Social Issues in Management, Practice Theme Committee Divisions, Lyon-France – Published in the proceedings of the conference (in English) (June 2009).
"Improving behaviours with a better management", French Human Resources Management Association (AGRH), "Behaviours management, deviance and discipline" thematic group, Nantes-France (June 2006).
"The notion of deviant behaviours in organisational change processes", conference and international doctoral seminar organised by ISEOR and the Academy of Management, Organizational Development and Change Division, Lyon-France – Published in the proceedings of the conference (April 2006)
"Managing inefficient behaviours in the workplace: the case of the non violent deviant behaviours. Results from experimentations", PhD, ISEOR research centre and University Lyon 3 - France (February 2008)