Naveena is a lecturer in HRM/Leadership in the School of Management, Swansea University. She obtained her PhD from Durham University where her thesis looked into the idea of authentic performances within authentic leadership. Her broad areas of research interest include leadership, ethics and gender. She is currently working on projects related to authentic leadership, intersections of foreignness and gender, and social media and populist responses. She teaches modules such as Leadership and Human Resources Management. She is an Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. Her research interests for PhD supervision include leadership, ethics and gender.

Publications

  1. Tamilmani, K., Rana, N., Prakasam, N., Dwivedi, Y. The battle of Brain vs. Heart: A literature review and meta-analysis of “hedonic motivation” use in UTAUT2 International Journal of Information Management 46 222 235

Teaching

  • MN-3513 Leadership

    Leadership continues to be discussed and sought after, even though we now live in supposedly more democratic times with flatter organisations and empowered employees. It also remains a perennial issue in organisation studies, with significant questions concerning how best to understand the theory and development of leadership. Students will be exposed to a range of classical and contemporary approaches to the study of leadership and will examine the practical implications of these for strategic leadership and the management of change.

  • MN-M012 Human Resource Management

    Human Resource Management (HRM) has become the dominant concept in the field of employment relations in recent times. This course critically evaluates the claim that the firm can achieve a sustained competitive advantage through its human resource with the implementation of HRM. It introduces the key functions of HRM and looks at the implications of HRM of companies operating within diverse contexts.