Teaching Fellow in HRM
I started my management career in the early 1990s in the utilities industry progressing to a senior management role with responsibility for a range of human resource management functions. In 1996 I joined the further education sector as a senior manager with responsibility for performance management. I held a number of roles in this sector including programme manager for the design of a new college; a role that demanded significant partnership working and strong leadership. In 2005 I joined the higher education sector initially in the role of partnerships manager working with the sector skills councils and further education colleges in the development of new foundation degrees.
In 2006 I started teaching in the HE sector and I have taught across a range of undergraduate, postgraduate, and executive education programmes at the universities of Teesside and York St John. I have also held a number of curriculum management roles in the HE sector including MA HRM programme leader, MBA programme leader, and learning and teaching coordinator.
I am passionate about helping students to achieve their full potential both during their time at university and in their future careers and I deliver across a range of research methods and skills development modules at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Additionally I volunteer for a number of educational initiatives such as the Business Ambassador and Young Enterprise schemes and I also work with local schools participating in their mentorship and skills development programmes.
Since joining the HE sector I have undertaken a number of academic and practitioner research projects. The focus of my research is stress, emotion and coping and my current study builds on my earlier projects and my interest in ‘culture and coping’. My current research focuses on how memories of past experiences influence our emotions in the present and our hopes and aspirations for the future, research that is highly-relevant in an organisational context as it explores issues such as adaptation and resilience, coping resources and reserves, and readiness and resistance to change.
I also have a passion for developing qualitative researchers and I have published a number of research papers and book chapters focusing specifically on the emotional challenges that qualitative researchers encounter.
TeachingI teach across a range of research methods and skills development modules at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
- Mazzetti AS. Growing Up with the Troubles: Reading and Negotiating Space. In: Svasek, M; Komarova, M, ed. The Politics and Poetics of Place-making in Northern Ireland: Ethnographies of Movement, Sociality and Space. Berg Publishing, 2017. In Press.
- Mazzetti AS. The Emotional Nature of Qualitative Research. In: Ciesielska, M; Jemielniak, D, ed. Qualitative Methodologies in Business and Management: New Approaches to Research Dilemmas. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2017. In Press.
- Mazzetti AS. The invisible sun: an ethnographic exploration of coping resilience and resource depletion. In: Multi-disciplinary Standpoints on Conflict Transformation. 2017, George Mitchell Institute, Queen's University Belfast.
- Mazzetti AS. ‘Growing Up with the Troubles: Reading and Negotiating Space’. In: Movement, Space and Conflict Symposium. 2016, Institute for the Study of Conflict Transformation and Social Justice, Belfast.
- Mazzetti AS. The Ethnographic Rollercoaster: The Emotional Impact of Ethnographic Research. In: 11th Annual Ethnography Symposium. 2016, University of the West of England, Bristol.
- Mazzetti AS. An exploration of the emotional impact of organisational ethnography. Journal of Organizational Ethnography 2016, 5(3), 304-316.
- Mazzetti AS. ‘A Burning Issue: How ‘Stress Talk’ Impacts Recourse to Stress Management Interventions within the UK Fire and Rescue Service. In: 9th GEM@L International Workshop on Management & Language. 2015, Helsinki.
- Mazzetti AS. Children of the Troubles: The need to explore the long-term impact on appraisal and coping. Queen's Political Review 2015, 3(2), 54-64.
- Mazzetti AS. The long-term impact of growing up during the ‘Troubles’ on coping. In: A Peculiar Society? Ireland, 1970s-1990s Symposium. 2015, National University of Ireland, Galway.
- Mazzetti AS. The long-term impact of the Troubles on stress appraisal and coping. In: Explorations of Northern Irishness Symposium. 2015, Queens University Belfast.
- Mazzetti AS. Using a visual timeline method in stress research. Sage Publications Ltd, 2014. Available at: http://dx.doi.org/10.4135/978144627305013512950.
- Mazzetti AS. ‘Mind the Gaps’: Exploring conflicting expectations and values created by organisational change. In: European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management 8th Colloquium on Organizational Change and Development. 2013, Ghent.
- Mazzetti AS. Occupational stress research: Considering the emotional impact for the qualitative researcher. . In: Perrewé, PL; Rosen, CC; Halbesleben, JRB, ed. The Role of Emotion and Emotion Regulation in Job Stress and Well Being. Emerald Group Publishing Ltd, 2013, pp.283-310.
- Mazzetti AS, Blenkinsopp J. Evaluating a visual timeline methodology for appraisal and coping research. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology 2012, 85(4), 649-665.
- Mazzetti AS. Evaluating a visual timeline methodology for appraisal and coping research. In: Invisio Symposium: Advancing Visual Research in Organization Studies. 2012, University of Essex.
- Mazzetti AS. Using autoethnography to enrich our understanding of stress as it is felt and coped with. In: Ethnography Symposium. 2011, Cardiff.
- Mazzetti AS. The Dream Factory: Supporting managers during difficult change initiatives. In: British Academy of Management, Leadership and Leadership Development Special Interest Group. 2010, BAM, London.
- Mazzetti AS. Using visual research techniques in careers research. In: European Academy of Management (EURAM) Conference. 2010, Rome.
- Mazzetti AS. The influence of occupational and industry sector culture on stress appraisal and coping. In: 24th Cardiff Employment Research Unit Annual Conference. 2009, Cardiff.