|Образование||бакалавр: Behaviour in Organisations [University of Lancaster]
магистр: Organisational Psychology [Department of Behaviour in Organisations]
PhD: Organisational Psychology [Department of Behaviour in Organisations]
Phil's current research interests fall in two principal areas: the management and control of work-related violence and the environmental psychology of the workplace and other organisational settings. The first concerns both the causes and consequences of workplace violence as well as the design, delivery and evaluation of measures taken to 'manage' it. 'Management', in this sense, includes prevention, response and rehabilitation at the individual, team and organisational levels. The second research area concerns the way in which individual cognition, affect, well-being and behaviour is influenced by design characteristics of the physical environments in which we typically experience. Like that of many of his colleagues in I-WHO, Phil's research is based upon a fundamental desire to try and use psychology, underpinned with sound theory and reliable evidence, to 'make a difference'- for example, by combating violence at work or in designing workplaces better suited to those who occupy them. Phil has an international reputation for his work and his research has attracted funding from many organisations including Allied Domecq Retail, London Underground Limited, NHS Executive, NHS Estates, Royal College of Nursing and several UK Police Forces. He has acted in an advisory capacity for both the International Labour Organisation and the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work, and consults for many leading UK organisations.
Leather, P., Beale, D., & Sullivan, L. (2003). Noise and occupational stress: Interactions in the workplace. To appear in Journal of Environmental Psychology.
Leather, P. (2001) Workplace violence: scope, definition and global context. In C. Cooper (Ed) Violence in the health sector. Geneva: International Labour Office.
Leather, P., Brady, C., Lawrence, C., Beale, D., & Cox, T. (eds.) (1999). Work-related violence: Assessment and intervention. London: Routledge.
Leather, P., Cox, T., Beale, D. & Fletcher, B. (1998). Safer working in the community: A guide for NHS managers and staff on reducing the risks from violence and aggression. London: NHS Executive & Royal College of Nursing.
Leather, P., Pyrgas, M., Beale, D. & Lawrence, D. (1998). Windows in the workplace: Sunlight, view and occupational stress. Environment & Behavior, 30, 739-762.
employee motivation employee relations environment and behavior managers occupational stress safer working staff workplace assessment workplace testing безопасность труда внешняя среда и поведение отношения между служащими оценка персонала тестирование трудовая мотивация
Социологические исследования. 2003. № 5. С. 84-88.
Журнал социологии и социальной антропологии. 2004. Т. 7. № 2. С. 138-159.
The role of economics and industrial relations in the development of the field of personnel/human resource management (Роль экономики и производственных отношений в развитии управления персоналом/человеческими ресурсами)
Management Decisions. 2002. Vol. 40. No. 10. P. 962 - 979.