Annick Janson is Principal Investigator, Royal Society of New Zealand’s leadership research, collating the first New Zealand leadership archive, enabling storytelling analysis and electronic dissemination to build leadership tacit knowledge. Started in 2003, this work pioneers a visual research reporting methodology for the Social Sciences. Annick is a Research Associate, Centre for Applied Cross-cultural Research, Victoria University of Wellington and Knowledge Management Research Group, University of Waikato, New Zealand.
Annick received a Gallup Positive Psychology Award in 2006 for her research in Leadership Formative Experiences and represented New Zealand at the Global Leadership Summit, Gallup Leadership Institute, Washington in the same year. She is the New Zealand delegate in the European Commission EASPD service providers for the disability sector advising on leadership development amongst disabled people such as those on the Autistic Spectrum. She is an experienced Director, serving regularly on Advisory Boards and Steering Committees in the private and public sector and a guest editor for a number of refereed publications in the leadership area.
Annick held the positions of Microsoft New Zealand Research Director, ‘Partners in Learning’ programme and Inaugural Research Director, New Zealand Leadership Institute at the University of Auckland Business School; She has been a visiting Research Associate at INSEAD, the Gallup Leadership Institute and Harvard School of Consulting & Clinical Psychology.
Annick was awarded a Ph.D. in Management Systems, University of Waikato, New Zealand (emergence of online leadership) and an M.A., Clinical Psychology, Tel Aviv University, Israel. She is also a registered Clinical and Educational Psychologist. She has taught in over 10 tertiary institutions globally and published over 50 publications in the area of education and leadership.
Storytelling to change practices and attitudes.
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