Dr Anna Sutton
Senior Lecturer in Organisational Psychology Convenor of Organisational Psychology
Qualifications: PhD in Occupational Psychology, MSc Occupational Psychology and Business, BSc (Hons) Psychology and Neuroscience
I'm interested in how we can improve people's well-being at work and the various factors that influence our well-being, from Human Resource Management practices to individual personality. I'm engaged in research which investigates individual differences in personality consistency and how different people experience authenticity. The role of self-awareness in well-being is of particular interest to me, especially questions around how we can develop self-awareness and how this might influence our well-being.
Yong, A., Roche, M., & Sutton, A. (2019). Supervisory skills training for the neglected supervisors: development and preliminary evaluation of an autonomy-supportive programme. Industrial and Commercial Training, online, 13 pages. doi:10.1108/ict-01-2019-0013
Yong, A., Roche, M., & Sutton, A. (2019). Psychological autonomy and well-being of employees in low-skilled occupations. New Zealand Journal of Employment Relations, 44(1), 37-58.
Sutton, A., & Crozier, S. (2018). 'Walking the talk: stress experts manage the stress-strain relationship to gain better wellbeing outcomes. In 29th International Congress of Applied Psychology. Conference held Montreal, Canada.
Sutton, A. M. (2018). Authenticity improves wellbeing and employee engagement when controlling for personality traits. In 29th International Congress of Applied Psychology. Conference held Montreal, Canada.
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I supervise projects in organisational psychology, usually with a focus on well-being, the role of personality and authenticity at work.
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