|Position:||Programme Lead and Teaching Fellow|
|Telephone:||+44 (0)1224 263018|
Duties and Responsibilities
Anne is a Teaching Fellow in the University and a Programme Lead in the Department of People, Policy and Practice in Aberdeen Business School.
She has extensive experience of the HE sector and has been involved in a range of course leadership and course design activities over the years. She has experience of teaching overseas - in Europe, The People’s Republic of China, India, Hong Kong, Algeria, Finland and Kazakhstan.
Her industrial experience relates primarily to HR roles in manufacturing and the offshore industry (including some 'unusual' experiences when women were first introduced to the offshore environment in the North Sea Offshore Sector).
Anne has been involved in quality enhancement within the University and has served on various internal committees, including Academic Council. She has also undertaken QA duties nationally through the Quality Assurance Agency and internationally on accreditation panels and as external examiner in a range of institutions, both in the UK and overseas.
Anne served for 3 years as Chair of North of Scotland and Islands Branch of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), was a member of their ‘Future of Branches’ working group and is a member of the steering group for the Knowledge into Practice group for CIPD Scotland. In 2011, she was awarded the CIPD Award of Distinction for her services to the Institute and in 2015 was awarded the peer-nominated “Top cHeRry” for outstanding contribution to HR in North East Scotland.
Anne's research interests include human and organisational factors impacting upon health and safety, embedding employability in the curriculum and stress in academics. She is currently involved in a research project on trust and leadership in organisations.
Innes, Jane E. M. & Stevenson, Anne P. (2016) The Value of Providing Holistic Support for Expatriates: Evidence From the Oil and Gas Industry, Global Business and Organizational Excellence, Vol. 35, Issue 5
Bailey, M. & Stevenson, A. (2016) HR and Security: let’s stick together, The Global Security & Cyber Summit 2016, Aberdeen
Stevenson, A. (2015) Why downsizing is bad for your health (and safety), Offshore Safety Professionals Oil and Gas Publication Issue 2, Offshore Safety Professionals, Aberdeen.
Stevenson, A. (2015) Safety Culture: A Tall Tale?, Offshore Safety Professionals Oil and Gas Publication, Issue 1, Offshore Safety Professionals, Aberdeen.
Abbott, A. & Stevenson, A., (2015) Enhancing employability through development and application of skills: The Loch View Hotel Lots to Learn: Sharing Learning Experiences Conference Presentation, Robert Gordon University.
Bailey, M. & Stevenson, A. (2015) ‘Transitioning from study to employment: The HRM Example’, Conference Paper, Enhancement and Innovation in Higher Education Conference, Glasgow. 9 - 11 June 2015
Stevenson, A. & Bailey, M., (2014) Moving Forward: Managing Change in H & S, Workshop session, H & S Best Practice Forum, Aberdeen Business School
Stevenson, A. & Abbott, A., (2014) Enhancing employability through development and application of skills: the ‘pop-up’ organisation. Innovate to Stimulate Conference Presentation, Robert Gordon University.
Stevenson, A., (2014) “An Epidemic of Safety Behaviours”, Offshore Safety Summit, Oil and Gas IQ, Aberdeen (Invited Presentation)
Stevenson, A., (2014) Creating a Company Culture to Sustain Incident-free Operations, Expert Panel Member, Offshore Safety Summit, Oil and Gas IQ, Aberdeen
Bonner J., and Stevenson A., (2013) Improvement through Failure: Why Human and Organisational Factors are integral to an Incident Investigation. Safety Management, December 2013, British Safety Council.
Stevenson, A. and Bonner, J., (2013) Using human and organisational factors in incident investigation in the oil and gas sector. Conference presentation, Piper 25, Aberdeen
Bailey, M and Stevenson, A., (2013) Non-Formal Learning: The way forward for Organisational Development? Conference workshop, ODN Europe, London
Stevenson, A. and Bailey, M., Ethics: a snapshot in time. Conference Presentation, HRM at a Time of Economic Challenge, Glasgow Caledonian University, 6th May, 2010..
Stevenson, A. (2009) International Students: Things I wish I’d known. Invited presentation at Caledonian Business School, Glasgow Caledonian University, Glasgow.
Bailey, M., Brown, M. & Stevenson, A. (2007) Social Networking: A Tool to support the individual and career development of Women in Scotland, The Robert Gordon University. A project part funded by the European Union.
Bailey, M., Brown, M. & Stevenson, A. (2007) Women's Career Development and Advancement, The Robert Gordon University. A project part funded by the European Union.
Leslie, T., Pinnington, A., Brown, M., Connon, J., Walker, C., Stevenson, A., Bailey, M. (2007) Women's Development: A Scottish Perspective, The Robert Gordon University. A project part funded by the European Union.
Stevenson A (2007), Online PDS? What were we thinking of? - Conference Presentation - CIPD Professional Standards Conference, 27th June, 2007.
Bailey, M. and Stevenson, A. (2007), Continuing Professional Development (CPD): practical guidance - Conference Presentation - CIPD Professional Standards Conference, 27th June, 2007.
Conference Research Paper: Towards a Three-Factor Life and Career Development Model of Women's Networks in North-East Scotland, Human Resource Management Knowledge Into Practice Conference, St Andrews University, June 2007.
Stevenson, A. and Bailey, M. (2007) Online Skills Development Training and Learning Volume 3 Issue 1 p29.
Stevenson, A. and Bailey, M. (2007) Tools for Talent Management - Conference Presentation - Unicom Conference 'Enhancing Competitive Advantage through People' , 20 February 2007.
Stevenson, A. and Bailey, M. (2007) The First Fully Online CIPD Accredited MSc HRM Course in the UK, Educate, Robert Gordon University, Spring 2007 Issue 1.
Stevenson, A. and Bailey, M. (2006) Virtual Success, People Management, 7 December 2006.
Connon J., Stevenson A. & Cruickshank, D. (2006) Developing Successful Mentoring Partnerships, in MacFarlane-Dick D. and Roy A. Enhancing Student Employability: Innovative Projects from across the Curriculum, Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education.
Stevenson, A. and Harper, S. (2006) Workplace Stress and the Student Learning Experience, Quality Assurance in Education Vol. 14 No. 2.
Stevenson A. and Harper S. (2006) Workplace Stress and the Student Learning Experience, Quality Assurance in Education Vol. 14 No. 2.
Research Team Memberships
Hope-Hailey. V., & Gustafsson S., (2014) “Cultivating Trustworthy Leaders”, CIPD Research Report, CIPD, London.