Dr Maree Roche
Senior Lecturer in Human Resources & Leadership; Co-director of Leadership Unit - New Zealand Institute for Business Research
Leadership; Management; Maori Research; Psychology
Leadership development; positive psychology and positive leadership; Maori leadership; business and corporate leadership.
Qualifications: Doctorate of Philosophy, Masters of Management Studies, Bachelor of Social Science
Iwi: Ngati Raukawa
Contact DetailsEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: +64 7 856 2889 Ext. 8294
Fax: +64 7 856 2158
I am interested supervising students in a range of areas in Leadership, including positive leadership, wellbeing, dark leadership and leadership and personality. I also have expertise and interest in supervising work in mindfulness and positive psychological capital. Finally my work is also focussed on indigenous models of leadership, specifically Māori leadership and Māori employee well-being. I welcome the opportunity to discuss these I topics with interested students.
I have expertise in a range of areas within Leadership, including positive leadership, wellbeing, dark leadership and leadership and personality. I also have expertise in mindfulness and positive psychological capital. My work is also focussed on indigenous models of leadership, specifically Māori leadership and Māori employee well-being.
Yong, A., Roche, M., & Sutton, A. (2019). Training and maintaining autonomy-supportive supervisory style in low-skilled occupations. Journal of Management and Organization. doi:10.1017/jmo.2019.67
Yong, A., Roche, M., & Sutton, A. (2019). Supervisory skills training for the neglected supervisors: development and preliminary evaluation of an autonomy-supportive programme. Industrial and Commercial Training, online, 13 pages. doi:10.1108/ict-01-2019-0013
Yong, A., Roche, M., & Sutton, A. (2019). Psychological autonomy and well-being of employees in low-skilled occupations. New Zealand Journal of Employment Relations, 44(1), 37-58.
Were, K., & Roche, M. (2019). Early career nurses: The relationship between organisational climate and job satisfaction and burnout. New Zealand Journal of Human Resource Management, 19(1), 3-17.
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