Susan Mate joins us this week. With Michael Hastings’ upcoming retirement in April Sue’s arrival is timely. Susan recently worked as a lecturer in the School of Management and she has experience as a coordinator in a range of Management courses on RMIT’s Melbourne and international campuses.
Her research interests have a focus on how people learn through their work, gendered learning and leadership. As a qualitative researcher, she has conducted research in a range of workplace settings with an interest in how organisations foster Career Development. Susan’s publications and supervision strengths are in the fields of Social Psychology and Educational Psychology with a focus on how people acquire their knowledge through authentic learning experiences.
Susan has completed a PhD specialising in professional learning and management development, has worked in the higher education sector for the past 15 years, and consulted in the field of workplace learning and development.
A warm welcome Sue. We are looking forward to getting to know you.
Most recent Journal article:
Mate, S., McDonald, M. and Truc, N. (2019) “The Barriers and Enablers to Career and Leadership Development: An Exploration of Women’s Stories in Two Work Cultures” International Journal of Organizational Analysis. Details found here https://www.emeraldinsight.com/doi/full/10.1108/IJOA-07-2018-1475