Caroline Rook

Caroline joined the Centre for Leadership Studies in 2009 as a PhD student researching well-being in organisations.

She completed a five year degree in Psychology at the University of Jena, Germany in 2009, with majors in Organisational/Industrial Psychology, Clinical Psychology and Communication Psychology, gaining a First.

From Internships at Kienbaum Management Consultants GmbH in 2007 (developing and assisting in Assessment Centres) and Porsche Cars Great Britain Limited in 2008 (Personnel Selection and supporting function in the Human Resources Department), she gained insight in to the workings of the business world.

Caroline worked in different academic environments as a student research assistant at the Department of Communication Science and as a tutor at the Department of Psychology at the University of Jena. She also committed to an exchange year at Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge in 2004 and attended summer schools at the Copenhagen Business School, Denmark in 2005 and the Hogeschool Utrecht, Netherlands in 2009, which enabled  her to apply and further improve her skills in her non-psychological minor; Intercultural Business Communication.

Caroline’s PhD research investigates the understanding and maintenance of employee well-being in organisations and also re-examines influencing factors on workplace well-being. She is supervised by Dr Inmaculada Adarves-Yorno and Dr Anne O’Brien.

Tel: 01392 726113
Address: Centre for Leadership Studies,
University of Exeter
Streatham Court 1-50,
Reenes Drive,








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