Underpinned by an innate interest for human flourishing, Dr Alicia Stanway is a Senior Lecturer in Leadership and Organisational Learning and Development, key subjects within AIB’s MBA that aim to optimise performance through enhancing individual, team and organisational capabilities. Her academic interests lie at the heart of organisational psychology – a branch of psychology concerned with human behaviour and interactions between people in the workplace and organisational development, which aims to build capability through the alignment of strategy, structure and the heartbeat of organisations, it’s people.
Committed to transformational learning experiences, Alicia holds the dual role of AIB’s Industry Engagement Manager, overseeing the Industry Advisory Board and Alumni Industry Panels to ensure that AIB has its finger on the pulse of developments in the business world and to ensure that we deliver on our promise of being the Practical Business School. See AIB’s Industry Engagement.
Alicia holds a PhD (Management; University of South Australia) and Graduate Diploma of Psychology (Organisational Psychology, Charles Sturt University), and is accredited as an Emotional and Social Competency Inventory (ESCI) Trainer. Prior to joining AIB in 2020, Alicia served as a management academic in the School of Business and Law at Edith Cowan University and School of Management at the University of South Australia. Alicia also serves as a Reviewer for Frontiers in Psychology and the Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management Conference (ANZAM).