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Dr. Daljit Kaur

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Senior Lecturer in HRM

School of Marketing and Management
Faculty of Business and Law 



Daljit is a Senior lecturer in HRM at Coventry University and currently teaches a range of modules across several full and part-time HRM programmes undergraduate and post graduate.

Areas of expertise developed over 20 years

  • Leadership development programme design and delivery for the public, business, voluntary and faith sectors
  • Advise, design and deliver governor equality and cohesion training programmes for leaders within the public and voluntary sector
  • Role of women in promoting change from an equalities and cohesion perspective across diversity local, European and international
  • Role of neighbourhoods, communities and the impact at a local, regional and sub-regional urban and rural
  • Currently researching society and identity and communities within communities across generations within the diverse communities

Design and development of new CPD programmes to:

  • Explore innovative ways of working through providing advice, research and facilitation of training within the public, business and voluntary sectors
  • Education, employment and housing and in broader areas of social and economic regeneration.
  • Experienced in community involvement, policy development, service delivery in the area of employment programmes, facilitation design, delivery, training and development and change management


  • FHEA
  • MA Community Cohesion
  • Msc Dip Urban Regeneration


Undergraduate programmes:

  • 100 HRM Developing HR Professionals 
  • 304 HRM Creating Global and ethical HR
  • 200 HRM Developing HR Professionals - employability focus
  • 310 HRM organisational change

PG Programmes

  • M06 HRM Leading, Managing and Organising Change
  • CIPD Intermediate Programme
  • Study skills module leader
  • GLOBAL PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT - this is a new initiative and the lead member from the school on delivery with cross faculty team
  • M09HRM Investigating a Business issue from a HR perspective

Areas of Expertise

  • Equalities and Diversity specialism in unconscious bias and gender diversity
  • Performance management
  • Equalities and diverse, social and community cohesion
  • Globalisation - international context
  • Leading, managing and organisational change
  • Ethical behaviours in human resource management

Research areas of interest

  • Learning and Development against Different Cultures
  • Unconscious bias and recruitment and selection
  • Third sector governance, leadership and organisational change management challenges
  • Research around FGM, Trafficking and grooming
  • Society identity and the way communities within communities engage and interact with society and within their own communities – this would be on a generational perspective
  • Expertise in working and securing funding with the public, private and public sector

Outputs and Publications

Kaur, D. (2016) ‘Learning and Development against Different Cultures: international and home student experience in the classroom environment’. School of Marketing and Management Conference. Held June 2016

*also presented at the Better Together Conference at FBL July 2016

Kaur, D. (2016) ‘Gender diversity, equalities and Social Cohesion of BME women in the UK: A Theoretical Review’. Joint Congress of IIAS – IASIA. Held 19- 23 September 2016 in Chengdu, China.

 Queen’s Award for Enterprise Logo
University of the year shortlisted
QS Five Star Rating 2023