Research and Development Manager
Elmira leads activities in managing the design and delivery of services concerned with the employment ‘deal’, TEDD®. She is at the forefront of the latest techniques to analyse employee voice and blends this with statistical data to produce powerful insights into workforce performance. Elmira also relishes academic research and is always looking at ways to infuse the works of academics and practitioners to find new pathways for learning. Her most recently published academic article, The ‘Digitalised’ employment relationship: can conversational practice help to alleviate technology-related pressure, in Studi Organizzativi (special issue) and ebook, PEP® Dr: Unlocking the puzzles of peak engagement and performance (co-authored with Dr Martin Reddington) underpins her capability to link conceptual thinking with impact in the workplace. She has also spoken at various conferences including the 7th International e-HRM conference at Universita Cattolica del Sacro Cuore in Milan.