The Employee and Organisational Development team are based at Tay House (Level 6), 300 Bath Street, Glasgow, G2 4LH.
Access to the building can be gained via the front entrance on Bath Street. Visitors must report and sign in at the front security desk where they will be issued a visitors badge. Please ensure that you have your University of Glasgow staff card (or some other form of photographic ID) with you.
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Employee & Organisational Development
Organisation Development is an approach that puts people at the heart of change, emphasises creativity and innovation, and positively affects organisational performance. The EOD Team uses complementary and disparate specialisms working together to deliver the University aims and aspirations.
Our Employee Development interventions improve the leadership, people management and personal effectiveness of University staff as individuals.
Our Organisation Development interventions develop and improve the system (culture, strategy, structure and process) of the University, growing organisational capability through alignment of strategy, structure, management processes and people.
|Director of Organisational Development||James Hamilton||ext. 2913|
|Head of Organisational Development||Lindsay Barrie|
|People and Organisational Development Partner||Mhairi Boyd||ext. 3350|
|People and Organisational Development Partner||Clare Ennis||ext. 4284|
|People and Organisational Development Partner||Emilie Kelly|
|Change and Organisational Design Lead||Sarah Hubbard|
|Internal Communication and Engagement Lead||Jessica Watson||07971725210|
|Employee & Organisational Development Assessor/Administrator||Andrea Miller||ext. 3267|
|Employee & Organisational Development Administrator||Elaine Finney||ext. 6810|
|People and Organisational Development Administrator||Denise Grant||ext. 6977|
|For general enquiries please email firstname.lastname@example.org|