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Reddington, Martin

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20052014

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Martin Reddington joined CEPMLP as Lecturer in HRM in August 2013. Prior to this he was an Associate at Edinburgh Napier University and Visiting Research Fellow at Roffey Park.

Martin is an Academic Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) and an expert adviser on HR transformation to the Public Sector People Managers’ Association (PPMA.) He is also a member of the Guru Group with the UK government supported Engage for Success movement.    

Martin has published extensively in the fields of HRM, management and leadership and change management over the past decade. His numerous refereed articles in international HR and management journals cover topics of e-HRM, employment value proposition and conversational practice. His books include HR Transformation: creating value through people (2nd edition),which provides critical insights into the wider people management impacts associated with technology-enabled HR transformation and People and Organisational Development: A New Agenda for Organisational Effectiveness  which provides a critical perspective on the field, including useful and useable analyses of practitioner issues.     

Following a career spanning two decades in public and private sector organisations, Martin completed his Doctor in Business Administration (DBA) at Bournemouth University in 2008. This provided a pathway into his current research and consultancy activities, where he is working with the Local Government Association (LGA) and a range of public and private organisations on the evaluation and re-balancing of the employment value proposition (EVP), working with leaders and managers to enhance people performance.

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