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Brenda Stalker

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Postgraduate research applications are welcome in any aspects of human resource development including professional and workplace learning, multidisciplinary learning communities and talent development. The other are of interest is in expatriation and international careers.

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Biography

Dr Brenda Stalker is a Senior Lecturer in Leadership and Human Resource Management in Newcastle Business School. She holds a PhD from Northumbria University and an MA from Durham University. Building on her professional experience in Human Resources, workforce, and executive development, she is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) and has been a regional board member for both CIPD and Chartered Institute for Management (CMI).

During her twenty-year career in academia, she has taught at all levels, including at international partner institutions.  More recently, she was Faculty Director of Degree Apprenticeship Programmes in Newcastle Business School, leading on the Faculty’s strategy and developing a portfolio of higher and degree apprenticeship programmes in Business and Law, successfully supervising a doctorate in this area.

She was a member of the proposal team for Global Entrepreneurial Talent Management 3 Research & Innovation Staff Exchange Project, funded with over 1 million euros by the EU's Horizon 2020 and the Korean Research Foundation in 2016. This involves 16 partners in HE and industry in 5 countries. She is co-lead of the GETM3 workstream managing researcher development, collaboration and dissemination throughout the 5-year project.

Her research and publications in international journals include learning communities, talent management, international careers and work identities.

Research interests

Brenda was a member of the proposal team for Global Entrepreneurial Talent Management 3 Research & Innovation Staff Exchange Project, funded with over 1 million euros by the EU's Horizon 2020 and the Korean Research Foundation in 2016. This involves 16 partners in HE and industry in 5 countries. She is co-lead of the GETM3 workstream managing researcher development, collaboration and dissemination throughout the 5-year project.

Brenda’s research and publications in international journals reflect three distinct areas of interest. Building upon her professional experience and academic teaching in all aspects of human resource development, her research interests and publications include learning communities, multidisciplinary working, professional development, careers and work identities. This is complemented by research on developing talent management strategies and practices through the GETM3 Research project. Finally, building on her experiences living in Asia and the Middle East, and her own doctoral research on expatriates in the UAE, she has published on expatriation and international careers.

Education/Academic qualification

PhD

29 Jan 201531 Dec 2099

Award Date: 29 Jan 2015

Academic Studies in Education, MA, Durham University

1 Sep 199831 Dec 2099

Award Date: 1 Sep 1998

External positions

Sheffield Hallam University

1 Sep 201831 Oct 2022

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