Dr Julie Haddock-Millar joined Middlesex University in 2008. She previously worked in the private sector in the fields of business managment and human resource management and development.
* Senior Lecturer and Teaching Fellow in Human Resource Management and Development, Middlesex University Business School
* Associate Fellow, Higher Education Academy
* External Examiner, University of Surrey; Glyndwr University; Leeds Metropolitan University
* Chartered Member and Academic Assessor, Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development
* Project Lead, UK Public Sector Developmental Mentoring Scheme
Teaching and Learning
External Conference Paper Reviews
International Project Management Association Edit 27th IPMA World Congress 2013 Reviewer for Track Papers
"The International Project Management Association (IPMA) www.ipma.ch is the first and leading world, professional, non-profit organization, which gathers together national associations from more than 55 countries, from every continent of the world. Founded in 1965, IPMA has already been active for almost fifty years around the world developing the profession and skills of project management. IPMA is known worldwide for its leading initiatives and products, working continuously to improve project management, such as for example: the IPMA Four-Level certification, International Competence Baseline (ICB) Standard, IPMA World Congress, IPMA Project Excellence Award and IPMA Research Award." My role is to review papers submitted to the Annual Conference.
Clutterbuck, David and Haddock-Millar, Julie (2014) Transforming Talent. Technical Report. LGA/PPMA.
Clutterbuck, David and Haddock-Millar, Julie (2016) Empowering women, broadening horizons: an independent evaluation of the mentoring women in business programme. Project Report. Cherie Blair Foundation for Women.
Sanyal, Chandana and Haddock-Millar, Julie (2018) Employee engagement in managing environmental performance: a case study of the Planet Champion initiative, McDonald's UK and Sweden. In: Contemporary Developments In Green Human Resource Management Research: Towards Sustainability in Action? Renwick, Douglas W. S. , ed. Routledge Research in Sustainability and Business . Routledge, pp. 39-56. ISBN 9781138782853
Haddock-Millar, Julie and Clutterbuck, David (2016) 5 Critical conversations to talent development. TD at Work, 33 (1607). pp. 1-17. ISSN 2373-5570
Sanyal, Chandana (2017) The effective mentor, mentee and mentoring relationship. In: The SAGE Handbook of Mentoring. Clutterbuck, David and Kochan, Frances K. and Lunsford, Laura Gail and Dominquez, Nora and Haddock-Millar, Julie , eds. SAGE Publications, pp. 143-155. ISBN 9781412962537
Sources of Funding and Prizes for Excellence