Dr. Michael Read
Contract Lecturer Sessional or ContractLecturer
Post-Doctoral Fellow, University of Victoria, Canada, Peter B. Gustavson School of Business.
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Business Administration (OB, HR, OT), University of British Columbia, Canada, Sauder School of Business.
Master of Business Administration (MBA) in International Industrial Management, Esslingen University of Applied Sciences, Germany.
Bachelor of Science (BScE) in Materials and Metallurgical Engineering, Queen’s University, Canada.
Professor of Management, Vancouver Island University. Taught upper-year electives for human resource and management majors as well as core MBA courses.
Sessional Instructor, University of Victoria. Taught undergraduate cohort introductory organizational behaviour and human resources courses.
Sessional Instructor, University of British Columbia. Taught sections of introductory organizational behaviour.
Organizational Coaching, Employee Wellness, Organizational Metaphor, Figurehead Branding.
Read, M.J.B. (2014). What coaches can learn from the history of jazz-based improvisation: A conceptual analysis. International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentoring. 12(2), 10-23.
Read, M.J.B. (2013). The Importance of Improvisation in Coaching. Coaching: An International Journal of Theory, Research & Practice, 6(1), 47-56.
Read, M.J.B., & Klarner, T. (2012). Including Handedness in Group Diversity Research and Practice. Journal of Business Diversity, 12(2), 27-40.