Liverpool Business School
Faculty: Faculty of Business and Law
School: Liverpool Business School
Email address: G.L.Dale@ljmu.ac.uk
‘Most Influential Thinkers in HR' list 2021 and 2022. HR leader, experienced in establishing and transforming HR functions, developing and delivering people strategies and leading large HR teams. Chartered Fellow of the CIPD. Fellow of the HEA. Certified Management and Business Educator. Qualified coach and mediator.
University lecturer, teaching on business programmes including employment law, organisational behaviour and wellbeing. Regular conference speaker, writer and blogger. Personal Trainer and wellbeing coach.
Author of a range of 'Flexible Working' and 'How to Work Remotely', as well as a range of HR eBooks. Copywriter for a variety of HR publications and websites.
Significant experience in employee relations, employment law, employment policy, wellbeing, talent acquisition, social media, internal communications, learning and development and ensuring provision of effective, quality HR services.
Dale G. 2022. LinkedIn and beyond; social media and employability The SAGE Handbook of Graduate Employability SAGE 9781529791068
Dale G. 2022. How to Work Remotely Work Effectively, No Matter Where You Are Kogan Page Publishers 9781398606371
Dale G. 2020. Flexible Working How to Implement Flexibility in the Workplace to Improve Employee and Business Performance Kogan Page Publishers 9781789665901
Dale G. 2021. Hybrid Working - Practical Guidance Publisher Url
Nominated 11th most influential thinker in Human Resources 2022 2022
Conversation article: Hybrid working post-COVID: how young professionals can optimise their time in the office (and why they should) 2022
Nominated top 50 HR Most Influential Thinker 2021 2020
Membership of professional bodies:
Certified Management & Business Educator, Chartered Association of Business Schools. 2022
Fellow, Higher Education Association. 2021
Chartered Fellow, CIPD.
Post Graduate Certificate in Higher Education. 2019