Flint-Taylor, J., and Davda, A. (2015) 'Understanding and developing personal resilience.' In R.J. Burke, K.M.Page, and C.L. Cooper (eds) Flourishing in Life, Work and Careers. Cheltenham; Edward Elgar. pp67-82
Bergner, S., Davda, A., Culpin, V., & Rybnicek, R. (2015). Who overrates, who underrates? Personality and its link to leadership success. Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies.
Flint-Taylor, J., Davda, A. and Cooper, C.L. (2014) Stable personal attributes and a resilient approach to work and career. SA Journal of Industrial Psychology, 40(1) http://www.sajip.co.za/index.php/sajip/article/view/1137
Davda, A. & Lubitsh, G. (2014) 'NHS Leaders show courage under fire', Health Service Journal, April 2014.
Davda, A. (2012) Personal Resilience: shaping the work experiences of today's middle manager, HR Most Influential, 10 February
Davda, A., & Deakin P. (2012) The Practical Applications of the Links Between Personality and Self-Awareness in a Coaching Situation, Presentation at the British Psychological Societies, Division of Occupational Psychology, Annual Conference, Chester, January
Davda, A. (2012) Practical Tips for Personal Resilience, Presentation at the British Psychological Societies, Division of Occupational Psychology, Annual Conference, Chester, January
The article provides an early insight into work conducted at Ashridge Business School on resilience, in terms of the key areas highlighted in our research that support personal resilience at work. The article also reaches out to the Occupational Psychology community for insights, challenges and thoughts around the role of resilience in organisations.
Davda, A. (2011) Early insights into resilience from both research and practice, Occupational Psychology Matters, No. 13, pp. 7 - 8
Following the publication of The UK Co-operative economy 2011 which shows the resilience of the co-operative sector, Alex Davda of Ashridge Business School explains the link between co-operative values and resilience.
Davda, A. (2011) Co-operative values and resilience, blog for Co-operative Group
The article looks at the theoretical underpinnings and empirical development of the Ashridge Resilience Questionnaire (ARQ) as a measure of resilience, based around seven resilient attitudes.
Davda, A. (2011) Measuring resilience: A pilot study, Assessment & Development Matters, Autumn, pp. 11 - 14
This report presents the data of 22,000 managers who have completed the MBTI at Ashridge. The type tables look at gender, industry and country of origin differences in the type distribution of managers.
Carr, M., Curd, J., Dent, F., Davda, A. & Piper, N. (2011) MBTI Research into Distribution of Type (2nd edition), Ashridge Research, October