Dr Samuel Wilson
PhD, University of Melbourne, Australia; MPsych, University of Melbourne, Australia
Samuel Wilson is the Director of the Swinburne Leadership Institute, which conducts national research into perceptions and expectations of responsible leadership in the public, private and civil society sectors. Samuel is also Course Director of the Faculty of Business and Law's Global Leadership Program.
He is qualified in social and organisational psychology and has held research fellowships at the University of Melbourne and Swinburne University of Technology and lectured in psychology at Monash University.
He is co-convenor of the Sustainability Leadership Learning Community of the International Leadership Association, a member of the Research Institute on Social Cohesion, and a member of the coordinating committee for Global Climate Change Week, which encourages academics to engage with their communities on climate change mitigation and adaptation.
Also published as: Wilson, Samuel; Wilson, S.; Wilson, S. G.; Wilson, Sam; Wilson, Sam G.; Wilson, Samuel G.
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- 2016-12-19: Change Agents: Alex Wodak and Lucy Haslam on the push to legalise medicinal cannabis - The Conversation
- 2016-10-25: Change Agents: Stuart Morris and Leonie Hemingway on Australia's most radical reform of local government - The Conversation
- 2016-09-01: Change Agents: Susan Alberti and Debbie Lee on establishing a national women's football league - The Conversation
- 2016-08-10: Change Agents: Rhonda Galbally and Bruce Bonyhady on the birth of the NDIS - The Conversation