Alison is a Chartered Psychologist and Lecturer in Work and Organisational Psychology at Aston Business School. She is module leader for two undergraduate modules, Psychology and Work and Theories and Practice of Leadership. Prior to joining Aston Business School Alison held a Post-Doctoral Research position at the Centre for Trust and Ethical Behaviour (CETEB). Alison is part of the BPS Division of Occupational Psychology (DOP) Working Group on Board Effectiveness and is currently Co-Track Chair of the Organisational Psychology Track for the British Academy of Management.
Position: Lecturer Phone: +44(0)121 204 3270 Email: email@example.com Room: SW8018
Post-Doctoral Researcher, Centre for Trust and Ethical Behaviour (CETEB), Coventry University. (March 2013 - July 2014)
BH3319, Theory and Practice of Leadership
Bh2239/3328, Psychology and Work
BN2225, FOM2/2 Business Game
BS2232, Business Policy
Interpersonal and organisational trust
Leadership and social exchange
Authentic Leadership and Behavioural Integrity
Member, Academy of Management. (July 2014 - Present)
Member, British Academy of Management. (May 2013 - Present)
Member, European Group of Organisational Studies. (May 2013 - Present)
Member, Division of Occupational Psychology, British Psychological Society. (April 2013 - Present)
Associate, Higher Education Academy," (March 2012 - Present)
Member, European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology. (May 2011 - Present)
Lee, A., Schwarz, G., Newman, A. & Legood, A. (2017; in press). Investigating When and Why Psychological Entitlement Predicts Unethical Pro-Organizational Behavior. Journal of Business Ethics.
Legood, A., Thomas, G, & Sacramento, C (2016: in press). Leader Trustworthy Behaviour and Organizational Trust: The Role of the Immediate Manager for Cultivating Trust.Journal of Applied Social Psychology.
Legood, A*. McGrath M*, Searle, R, & Lee, A (2015: in press). Exploring how Social Workers Experience and Cope with Public Perception of their Profession. British Journal of Social Work. *Both authors contributed equally; naming is alphabetical.
Legood, A., Lee, A. (in press). Why, when and how motivation helps emphatic accuracy. Managing Interpersonal Sensitivity. New York: Nova Publishers.