Researcher

Dr Catherine Grace Collins

Biography

Catherine teaches on MGMT1002 and the Leadership Development sessions in the MBA (Executive), Strategic Management Year courses.

Research interests

  • Team effectiveness 
  • Team learning and development
  • Team efficacy and motivation
  • Employee proactivity 
  • Coaching & mentoring 
  • Individual & team behavioural change through data feedback development tools
  • Team training
        Quasi-experimental, longitudinal research designs and statistical...view more

Catherine teaches on MGMT1002 and the Leadership Development sessions in the MBA (Executive), Strategic Management Year courses.

Research interests

  • Team effectiveness 
  • Team learning and development
  • Team efficacy and motivation
  • Employee proactivity 
  • Coaching & mentoring 
  • Individual & team behavioural change through data feedback development tools
  • Team training
        Quasi-experimental, longitudinal research designs and statistical methods

Research grants

  • 2012-2014: Australian Research Council (ARC) Linkage Grant. Collins, C. G., & Gibson, G. B. Leveraging organisational context to maximise team performance and thriving: A dynamic approach to understand team learning across diverse settings. Partner Organisation: Inenco. $410, 000
  • 2011: Australian School of Business Faculty Grant. Collins, C. G. Building successful careers for management leaders: A longitudinal multi-method evaluation of a mentoring intervention. $14,000
  • 2010-2011: Research Contract UNSW – Inenco. Collins, C. Project Ideal: Building proactive sales teams through work redesign and coaching. $36,000
  • 2009-2010: Australian School of Business Faculty Grant. Collins, C. G. Developing the graduate attributes of teamwork, leadership, communication, and professional skills with undergraduate business students. $16,000
  • 2008: Research Contract University of Sheffield - UK Royal Navy. Griffin, M. A., Collins, C. G., & Tighe. Assessing the importance of team effectiveness to fighting spirit and assessing the impact of alternative manning concepts on team effectiveness. Funding: £29,375
  • 2005: Australian Graduate School of Management Faculty Grant. Collins, C. G & Parker, S. K. Enhancing team effectiveness: A longitudinal multi-method evaluation of a mentoring intervention. Funding: $16,000
  • 2004: Mason, C. & Collins, C. G. Exploring the relationships among group consensus, group processes and group effectiveness. Funding: $5,000

Professional activities

  • Member of Academy of Management (OB & RM Divisions)
  • Ad hoc reviewer for numerous management and organisational behaviour journals

ASB profile: http://www.asb.unsw.edu.au/schools/Pages/CatherineCollins.aspx

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Location

Room 549, Australian School of Business building

Contact

9931 9279