Dr. Christine Grant
Dr Christine Grant, AFBPsS, FHEA, is a Chartered and HCPC registered Occupational Psychologist, and member of the Psychology, Behaviour and Achievement Research Group at Coventry University, where she is also Associate Head of Post Graduate Academic studies. Her main research focus is exploring how remote e-working using technology impacts of work-life balance, job effectiveness and well-being and developing new psychometric measures. Christine is a lead researcher in the psychology of remote working and has published in this area, and been quoted recently in several media articles and radio shows including BBC news.
She has also developed, through her PhD a new e-work-life scale that enables individuals and organisations to measure the impact and includes suggested strategies to ameliorate these issues, details can be found on her web sites E-Work and CURB.
- Grant, C.A. (2014) Work revolution is blurring boundaries.
- Grant, C.A. (2014) Smartphone Stress.
- Grant, C.A., Wallace, L.M., and Spurgeon, P.C. (2013) 'An exploration of the psychological factors affecting remote e-worker’s job effectiveness, well-being and work-life balance'. Employee Relations 35 (5).
- Grant, C.A. (2012) Caring more about wellbeing in cyberspace.The Times Article.
- Watson, C., and Grant, C.A. (2012) 'Employability: The development and validation of a scale to measure work-related competencies'. Assessment and Development Matters 4 (3), 13-16.
- Kennett, M., and Grant, C.A. (2011) 'Remote Control'. Management Today,46-50.
- Liddle, C., and Grant, C.A. (2010) 'Balancing Act'. Coventry University Health Magazine 6,11.
- Grant, C.A. (2008) MSc Occupational Psychology. University of Leicester.
- Grant, C.A., and Hill, J. (2005) 'How can organisations effectively measure and act on Work-Life Balance?'. On-line Business International newsletter, Kenexa.
- Grant, C.A. (2004) 'Getting the Work-Life Balance Right'. Business Interface 7.
- Grant, C.A. (2003) Department of Works and Pensions Newsletter.
- The development of a scale and associated interventions to measure the impact of remote working on work-life balance, well-being and job effectiveness: Developing and evaluating a new scale that measures the impact of technology on work-life balance, well-being and job effectiveness with associated interventions.
- The ‘always on culture’ across the life span, implications for well-being, boundary management and work outcomes.
- Workplace Resilience: The development of an online portal to aid organisations to develop resilience in their employees.
- A mindfulness intervention for technology use: Developing and testing a mindfulness intervention aimed to ameliorate technology usage.
- What makes a resilient e-worker? The development of a behavioural, knowledge and skills, competency framework to support the well-being of remote e-workers.
- The development of an situational judgement test to measure operational readiness: An SJT was developed for West Midlands Fire Service to measure their operational readiness.
- Executive Coaching: A project to coach an executive team in emotional resilience.