Martin Bicknell

Martin Bicknell is a Lecturer on Management at the Henley Business School where he teaches on a number of people-related modules on our Professional Management Programmes. Martins academic background is in Organisational Behaviour / Psychology and his research has concerned workplace stress. He has recently been considering this from a psychoanalytic perspective that draws on the work of Jacques Lacan. Martin came to academic life relatively recently having previously been a management consultant with KPMG and his own company where he specialised in public policy and strategy work in the telecommunications and media sectors.
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Managing People: Teamwork and Diversity (FutureLearn)

Learn about team structure, how teams work, performance management and diversity in the workplace. Understand how teams work and the importance of a diverse workplace. Almost every modern workplace relies on some level of teamwork. Understanding how teams work, and why they fail is vital for any manager. On [...]
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Managing People: Connecting Motivation and Performance (FutureLearn)

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Managing People: Connecting Motivation and Performance (FutureLearn)
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Grow your management skills by exploring the connections between motivation, job satisfaction, well-being and performance. Explore connections between job satisfaction, performance and more. What are the connections between attitudes, motivation, job satisfaction, well-being, stress and performance at work? Find out with this [...]
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Managing People: Understanding Individual Differences (FutureLearn)

Understand how personalities and individual differences affect the performance of individuals in the workplace. Explore the link between individual behaviour and organisational success. Individual personalities and behaviour can have a significant impact on a business. On this course you will develop your understanding of personality and individual differences and [...]
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