Ewch i’r prif gynnwys
Tracey Rosell

Dr Tracey Rosell

Myfyriwr ymchwil

Ysgol Busnes Caerdydd


My research interest explores contemporary leadership in Welsh and English NHS surgical teams. I am particularly interested in whether this is hierarchical, non-hierarchical or a mix of these leadership forms and leadership styles (e.g. transformational or authentic).

Successive studies of performance failings in UK hospitals identify shortcomings in approaches to leadership. Traditional, hierarchical leadership may stifle raising of concerns about performance, including patient safety. The doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals who work in surgical teams have traditionally operated under such a hierarchical form of leadership.

However, legal restrictions on the working hours of junior doctors, and changes in medical training practices may have altered this form, but there are very few details that have been published about these possible changes in leadership. The main goal of my research is to develop a framework to explore emergent leadership models and to carry out empirical research. This provides an avenue to explain how leadership is experienced in today's surgical teams.





Post Graduate Tutor in the following modules:

Ethics and Morality in Business BS3728 (2019/2020)

People in Organizations BS1529 (2018/19)

Organizational Behaviour BS2530 (2018/19)

Managing People BS2542 (2019/20)


Robin Burrow

Dr Robin Burrow

Lecturer in Management and Organisational Behaviour

Martin Kitchener

Professor Martin Kitchener

Athro Rheolaeth a Pholisi’r Sector Cyhoeddus