Dr Doirean Wilson holds a Doctorate in Professional Practice (D.Prof), a Masters degree in Human Resource Management (MA HRM) and a post graduate Certuficate in Management Studies (CMS). She is a Chartered Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel Development (Chartered FCIPD) and is a qualified teacher with a Certificate in Further Education (Cert Ed FE). She is a Senior Lecturer and professional practitioner in HRM, who is a member of the Leadership Work & Organisations (LWO)academic department. Her previous roles includes Project management,Journalism, Television presenting and Business consultantcy. This was prior to her career at Middlesex University (business school) London, where she is recognised as a significant figure in the area of diversity, regarding cross-cultural management, gender disparity, and leadership and management.
MBA Admissions Tutor
MA HRM Practice WBL Programme Leader and Admissions Tutor
Programme Leader for Barnet Children and Young Families Leadership and Management programme
HRM Placement Tutor
Postgraduate Dissertation Supervisor
Organiser of Middlesex University `Cultural Awareness Evening` that attracted numerous dignitaries and VIP guests.
Wilson D (2012):`Professional Consultancy (MBS3012`) McGraw Hill
Wilson D (2012): `Personal Effectiveness and Professional Competencies` McGraw Hill
Wilson, D & Peach-Martins, L. (2010):“Effective Management of Organization Consulting” Sage Publication Ltd
Wilson, D. (2010):“The Effective Development of Personal and Professional Competencies (HRM2016) and Managing Personal Effectiveness (HRM2014) Sage Publications Ltd
Wilson, D (2008):`Developing Personal & Professional Competencies` McGraw Hill
Wilson D., Prouska R., and Roberts S. (2008) `Consulting in Organisations` (Already published). Pearsons
Articles and Chapters in Edited Books:
Wilson. D (2012): Cited in Zsolnai, L: Lead author of`Gender Issues in Business` chapter for Ethics in Economy` Peter Lang Oxford
Wilson, D. (2010): Cited in Roper, I., Prouska, R., & Chatrakul Na Ayudhya, U`Critical Issues in HRM (2): Defining and Challenging Institutional Racism`: Chapter 17 CIPD
Wilson, D. (2010): `What Price Respect` - Exploring the Notion of Respect in a 21st Century Learning Environment Journal of College Teaching & Learning Clute Institute ISSN: 1544-0389
Wilson, D. (2010) lead author: Cited in Roper, I., Prouska, R., & Chatrakul Na Ayudhya, U:”Critical Issues in Equality and Diversity (2): Defining and Challenging Institutional Racism”: Chapter 17 of HRM book to be published by the CIPD in 2011
Wilson, D (2008) lead author for equality and diversity chapter cited in Muller-Carter M., Croucher R., & Leigh S:`Human Resource Management - A Case Study Approach`
Frame, P., Hartog, M. & Wilson, D. (2005):`Productive Diversity: Capitalising on Human Resources: How can we Harness our Knowledge of Diversity? Common Ground Publishing
Wilson, D. (2003):`Exploring the Life of a Female Politician` Women in Management Review MCB UniversityPressLiu, J. & Wilson, D. (2002):`Developing Women in a Digital World`. Women in Management Review,MCB UniversityPress
Woo, H., Wilson, D., Liu, J. (2001):`Gender Impact on Chinese Negotiation: Some Key Issues for WesternNegotiators.` Women in Management Review Vol 16 No 7 & 8.
Wilson, D. & Liu, J (2001):`New Job, New Millennium, “Same Deal for Women Managers”. Women in Management Review. Vol. 20 No. 4. MCB University Press.
Wilson, D. & Liu, J (2001): `The Unchanging Perception of Women as Managers` Women in Management Review Vol.16 No. 4 MCB University Press.
Chartered Fellow of Personnel & Development FCIPD
Links with Partner/Business Organisations:
Chair of the Esme Beswick Education Foundation Trust (a HE scholarship initiative that was launched at Lambeth Palace in 2006)
Consultative Advisory member of the Qualification Curriculum Authority (QCA)
Member of Barnet Civic Network and Barnet Education Business Partnership
Learning & Teaching Interests
Doirean is programme leader for the Barnet Childrens Services Leadership & Management develiopment programme and the MA Postgraduate Workbased Learning programme. She is also former programme leader for the Executive MBA programme and reputedly the first minority ethnic woman to hold this position in the UK.
Sanyal, Chandana and Wilson, Doirean and Sweeney, Charlotte and Smith-Rachele, Jude and Kaur, Satwant and Yates, Christine (2015) Diversity and inclusion depend on effective engagement It is everyone’s business to ensure that progress is maintained. Human Resource Management International Digest, 23 (5). pp. 21-24. ISSN 0967-0734
Hartog, Mary and Frame, Philip and Rigby, Chris and Wilson, Doirean (2013) Learning from the real. In: For the Love of Learning: Innovations from Outstanding University Teachers. Bilham, Tim , ed. Palgrave Teaching and Learning, pp. 204-211. ISBN 978-1-137-33429-9 paperback
Wilson, Doirean and Hartog, Mary and Frame, Philip (2009) 'Respect me: respect self' - the key to improved global relationships. In: 5th Annual Conference of the European SPES Forum: Respect and Economic Democracy, 17-19 April, 2009, Catania, Italy,.
Wilson, Doirean (2010) Harnessing respect for developing an effective organizational culture. In: 11th International Human Resource Management Conference, 9-12 June 2010, Aston Business School, Birmingham, UK.
Wilson, Doirean and Frame, Philip and Hartog, Mary (2009) Respect for cultural diversity in a global society: promoting international harmonious working relationships. Human Resource Management International Digest . ISSN 0967-0734 (Published online first)
Internal Learning & Teaching Project Scheme grant of £1,000 awarded by Middlesex University to make a film drawing on findings of my study exploring culturally situated meanings of respect to be used as a teaching and learning aid.
Engagement & Impact
Member of Winmark HR Directors Network editorial board and project team. This network is regarded as "the world class standard in the management of membership communities" boosting more than 1,000 directors including a range of member organisations including BSKYB, Cable & Wireless, Rolls Royce and the Standard Chartered Bank.