Dr Julie Haddock-Millar is an Associate Professor of Human Resource Management (Practice) at Middlesex University Business School and a Visiting Professor at the International University of Monaco.
She is a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (HEA) and Chartered Member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD).
She is the International Work Group Leader for the International Standards in Mentoring and Coaching Programmes (ISMCP) for the European Mentoring and Coaching Council (EMCC) and EMCC UK Professional Development Director (joint appointment).
Julie gained her Doctorate in the field of strategic organisational development and mentoring. She holds an MA in Human Resource Development and a Postgraduate Certificate in Coaching and Mentoring Practice from Oxford Brookes University and is a practicing Coach and Mentor.
Teaching and Learning
My research interests are mentoring, coaching and talent management, including impact evaluation. I also conduct research in the areas of sustainability and Green Human Resource Management.
I partner with organisations such as Médecins Sans Frontières (Doctors Without Borders), to conduct long-term impact evaluaton of their coaching and mentoring provision.
Haddock-Millar, J., and Tom, E. (2019) Coaching and Mentoring for Work-Life Balance, London: Routledge
Clutterbuck, D., Kochan, F., Lunsford, L., Domingues, N., and Haddock-Millar, J. (Ed.), (2017) The SAGE Handbook of Mentoring, London: Sage
Book Chapters and Extracts
Haddock-Millar. J. and Donoghue, W. (2019) (Eds) Tarique, I. Green Talent Management, Companion to Talent Management. New York: Routledge
Sanyal, C and Haddock-Millar. J. (2019) (Eds) Tarique, I. Leadership Development. Companion to Talent Management. New York: Routledge
Haddock-Millar, J. and Sanyal, C. (2019) Green Employee Engagement, In Renwick, D (Ed.), Green Human Resource Management, London: Routledge
Owen, R., Haddock-Millar, J., Sepulveda, L., Sanyal, C., Syrett, S., Kaye, N. and Deakins, D., (2019). The Role of Mentoring in Youth Entrepreneurship Finance: A Global Perspective 1. In Creating Entrepreneurial Space: Talking Through Multi-Voices, Reflections on Emerging Debates(pp. 115-135). Emerald Publishing Limited.
Sanyal, C. and Haddock-Millar. J. (2018) (Eds) Renwick. D. Employee engagement in managing environmental performance: a case study of the Planet Champion initiative, McDonalds, UK and Sweden, Green Human Resource Management
Haddock-Millar, J. (2017) Critical Issues in Mentoring Research, In Clutterbuck, D, Kochan, F, Lunsford L, Domingues, N, Haddock-Millar, J. (Ed.), The SAGE Handbook of Mentoring, London: Sage
Haddock-Millar, J. (2017) Phases on the Mentoring Relationship, In Clutterbuck, D, Kochan, F, Lunsford L, Domingues, N, Haddock-Millar, J. (Ed.), The SAGE Handbook of Mentoring, London: Sage
Haddock-Millar, J., and Sanyal, C. (2015) The Relationship Is More Important Than the Label. Mentoring Away the Glass Ceiling in Academia: A Cultured Critique, USA: Lexington Books
Haddock-Millar, J., and Rigby, C. (2015) Evaluating a Multi-Stakeholder Developmental Mentoring Scheme: An Action Research Project. In SAGE Research Methods Cases. London, United Kingdom: SAGE Publications, Ltd. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.4135/978144627305014554187
Haddock-Millar, J., Clutterbuck, D., and Williams, S. (2020). When to say ‘no’ to coaching assignments: a decision-making framework. International Journal of Human Resource Development: Practice, Policy & Research.
Haddock-Millar, J., Sanyal, C., Kaye, N., Sepulveda, L., Owen, R. and Syrett, S. (2018). Monitoring and evaluating business mentoring: towards a research and evaluation toolkit to measure impact. International Journal of Human Resource Development: Practice, Policy & Research, 3(2), pp.35-47.
Haddock-Millar, J. and Clutterbuck, D. (July 2016) Critical Conversations, TD at Work, USA: Association for Talent Development (ATD).ATD’s award-winning magazine reports on and examines industry trends. 36,000 members receive 12 issues per year and access to the publication’s digital archives.
Haddock-Millar, J., Sanyal, C., and Müller-Camen, M. (2016). Green human resource management: a comparative qualitative case study of a United States multinational corporation. The International Journal of Human Resource Management, 27(2), 192-211. (3* ABS) DOI: 1080/09585192.2015.1052087
Haddock-Millar, J., and Rigby, C. (2015) “Business strategy and the environment: Tesco Plc’s declining financial performance and underlying issues”, Review of Business and Finance Case Studies Journal, 6(3), 91-103
Haddock-Millar, J., Rigby, C. and Sanyal, C. (2016) “Supporting education and career transitions in the financial and accountancy sector”, Journal for Business Education and Accreditation, 7(2), 89-100
Hartog, M., Haddock-Millar, J., Rigby, C., and Wilson, D. (2015) Developing diversity skills with university students, Human Resource Management International Digest, 23(5), 35 – 38
Sources of Funding and Prizes for Excellence