Associate Professor Peter YT Sun
Qualifications: PhD (Organisational Learning)
Associate Professor Peter Sun has degrees in mechanical and industrial engineering. He has over 15 years' experience working on a variety of projects. He worked for Coopers and Lybrand (now PWC), Unilever, and MAS Holdings, and his most recent assignment was the establishment of a 1000 acre apparel city in VIZAG, India. He completed his PhD in organisational learning in 2006 and moved into academia in June 2007.
Peter is a founding trustee for the Community & Enterprise Leadership Foundation (CELF). CELF is a trust set up to bring leaders from different sectors together and receives over $250,000 annually to run a leadership journey programme. Its purpose is to grow and connect leaders in the Waikato region. Previously he was the Associate Dean of Enterprise for Waikato Management School, where he oversaw all corporate and executive education programmes (ie. the Waikato MBA, PGDipMgtSt, and all customised corporate programmes).
He facilitates workshops for organisations, and has consulted for companies. His work primarily deals with leadership and people development. His expertise is in leadership, knowledge management, and organisational learning, and he actively researches and publishes in these areas.
Leadership, leadership development, and high performing teams
Arshad, A., Sun, Y., & Desmarais, F. (2021). Abusive supervision and employee empowerment: The moderating role of resilience and workplace friendship. Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies, online, 16 pages. doi:10.1177/15480518211005449
Sun, P., & Shang, S. (2019). Personality traits and personal values of servant leaders. Leadership and Organization Development Journal, 40(2), 177-192. doi:10.1108/LODJ-11-2018-0406
Sun, Y. (2018). The motivation to serve as a corner stone of servant leadership. In Practicing Servant Leadership: Developments in Implementation (pp. 63-80).
Ekanayake, S., Childerhouse, P., & Sun, P. (2017). The symbiotic existence of interorganizational and interpersonal ties in supply chain collaboration. The International Journal of Logistics Management, 28(3), 723-754. doi:10.1108/IJLM-12-2014-0198
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