Dr Timothy Bednall
PhD, University of New South Wales, Australia; MPsych (Organisational), University of New South Wales, Australia; Bachelor of Arts (Honours), University of Melbourne, Australia
- Faculty of Business and Law
- Swinburne Business School
- Centre for Transformative Innovation
- Department of Management and Marketing
- BA1005 Hawthorn campus
- ORCID profile
Dr Timothy Colin Bednall joined the Department of Management and Marketing as a lecturer in management in February 2014. He previously worked at the Australian School of Business at the University of New South Wales. He has also worked in industry for the Australian Red Cross Blood Service and Chandler Macleod. Dr Bednall is a registered psychologist, with an area of practice endorsement in organisational psychology. He is the former national Chair of the APS College of Organisational Psychologists (2015-2018). Dr Bednall's broad research area is employee learning, expertise and innovation. Specific areas of study are listed below. Dr Bednall also has a strong interest in education in advanced research methods. He has taught courses on experimental design, structural equation modelling, multilevel analysis, longitudinal analysis, meta-analysis and Monte Carlo simulations. A full list of publications is presented on my ORCID page (see link to Personal Webpage below).
Innovation; Organisational Psychology; Training; Expertise; Advanced Research Methods; Responsible Leadership; Work Learning
PhD candidate and honours supervision
Higher degrees by research
Accredited to supervise Masters & Doctoral students as Principal Supervisor.
Available to supervise honours students.
Fields of Research
- Human Resources Management - 150305
- Organisational Behaviour - 150311
- Business And Management Not Elsewhere Classified - 150399
Management;Critical Thinking;Human Resource Management;HR Analytics
- 2019, National, Early Career Award, The College of Organisational Psychologists
- 2017, Swinburne, Vice-Chancellor's Teaching Award, Swinburne University
- 2017, National, Finalist: Insights Competition in the Melbourne Datathon 2017, Data Science Melbourne
- 2017, Swinburne, Best Publication 2016: Bednall, T., and Sanders, K. Do opportunities for formal learning stimulate follow-up participation in informal learning? A three-wave study. Human Resource Management, Department of Management and Marketing
- 2017, National, Best Paper: Professional Practice Forum - "Bringing physiology back into IO Psychology), The College of Organisational Psychologists
- 2014, International, Best Paper Award: Formal training stimulates follow-up participation in informal learning: A three-wave study. Paper presented at the 74rd Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania., Academy of Management
- 2014, International, Best Paper Award: Bednall, T. C., & Sanders, K. (2014). The influence of LMX and LGO in facilitating knowledge sharing and innovation. Paper presented at the HR Division International Conference, Beijing, China., HR Division of the Academy of Management
Also published as: Bednall, Timothy; Bednall, T.; Bednall, T. C.; Bednall, Tim; Bednall, Timothy C.
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Recent research grants awarded
- 2019: Employee Experience in Leisure Service Delivery *; PeninsulaLeisure
- 2018: Psychology of Entrepreneurs *; Armas Investments Fund Scheme
- 2018: The Australian Leadership Index *; SteveGraham
- 2015: Facilitating Capacity Building in the Australian Not-For-Profit Sector through Improved Work Learning *; ARC Linkage Projects - Grant applications for funding commencing in 2015
- 2014: A systematic review and meta-analysis of work-related learning and its effects on employee and organisational performace. *; Early/Interrupted Research Career Scheme
* Chief Investigator
- 2019-04-17: New research shows Australians lack faith in our political parties to provide real leadership - The Conversation
- 2019-02-14: One-third of Australians think banks do nothing for the greater public good - The Conversaton
- 2018-07-13: PhD completion: an evidence-based guide for students, supervisors and universities - The Conversation
- 2015-06-22: Politicians should be psychologically assessed, says HR expert - Sydney Morning Herald