Nadine Page

PhD, MSc, BSc (Hons) AFBPsS

Nadine is a Research Fellow at Ashridge and works on several applied research projects aligned to the Ashridge Centre for Business and Sustainability (ACBAS). Her research interests are in the areas of psychology, sustainability, and change from both an individual and organisational perspective. Nadine is particularly interested in the association between psychological constructs and organisational behaviour, and the role of habit and personal flexibility in behaviour change. Nadine’s specialism is in quantitative research design, survey construction, and advanced statistics.

Nadine has strong links with the wider research community at Ashridge and offers specialist advice and support to research projects in the areas of digital disruption, executive coaching, and personality and leadership.

Nadine has an honours degree in Psychology, a Master’s degree in Research Methods and Statistics in Psychology, and a PhD in Psychology. Nadine’s thesis was focused on environmental psychology and explored the influence of habits in thinking, feeling, and behaviour on environmentally sustainable lifestyles. 

Nadine is an active member of the research community at Ashridge and frequently reviews academic articles for journal special issues and conferences. She is also a founding member of the Research Working Group.

Nadine has presented and published papers in the areas of psychology, sustainability, and change. She is an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society (BPS), a founding member of the Division of Occupational Psychology’s Going Green Working Group, and a member of British Academy of Management (BAM).

 

Nadine Page

Publications

Zeigt Führungskräfte-Coaching Wirkung?

Page, N., de Haan, E. (2016). Zeigt Führungskräfte-Coaching Wirkung? Und wenn ja, wie wirkt es? Coaching und Gesellschaft: Forschung und Praxis im Dialog. Wiesbaden: Springer.

Corporate Leadership on Modern Slavery: How have companies responded to the UK Modern Slavery Act one year on? 

Lake, Q., MacAlister, J., Berman, C., Gitsham, M. & Page, N (2016) Corporate Leadership on Modern Slavery : How have companies responded to the UK Modern Slavery Act one year on?     Find out more

Ist das Coaching von Fuhrungskraften effektiv?

Page, N. and De Haan, E. (2015) Ist das Coaching von Furhungskraften effektiv? Fuhrungskrafte Coaching, pp1-12

The myth of "resistance to change"

Reed, N. and Page, N. (2015) 'The myth of "resistance to change": The Personal Construct Psychology Approach to Pro-environmental Behaviour Change.' Paper presented at the whole SEM/Department of Energy and Climate Change workshop on 'What do we know about influencing household energy use?' University of Surrey, 9-10 March

Changing Behaviour to be more Environmentally Friendly: A PCP Perspective

Reed, N. & Page, N. (forthcoming). Changing Behaviour to be more Environmentally Friendly: A PCP Perspective. In Winter, D & Reed, N. (Eds). The Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of Personal Construct Psychology.

Engage and Change: Occupational Psychologists' role in facilitating corporate responsibility.

Maskell, J. & Page, N. (2015). Engage and change: Occupational Psychologists' role in facilitating corporate responsibility. Working Group Report for the Division of Occupational Psychology, The British Psychology Society.

Corporate approaches to addressing modern slavery in supply chains: A snapshot of current practice

In October 2015, compliance with the UK Modern Slavery Act became a legal requirement for at least 12,000 companies in the UK and around the world. The Ashridge Centre for Business and Sustainability at Hult Business School and the Ethical Trading Initiative worked together on this research to investigate company perspectives and responses to the risk of modern slavery in their global supply chains. 

Find out more about this research project, and download the report.

Lake, Q., MacAlister, J., Berman, C., Gitsham, M. & Page, N. (2015) Corporate approaches to addressing modern slavery in supply chains: a snapshot of current practice.

The influence of Habits, Opportunities and Thoughts on Environmentally Sustainable Lifestyles

Page, N.C. (2015) The Influence of Habits, Opportunities and Thoughts on Environmentally Sustainable Lifestyles. PhD dissertation, University of Hertfordshire. 

Agentic Technology: Exploring the influence of Fitbit activity tracker on consumer behaviour

Duus, R., Cooray, M., & Page, N.(2015) Agentic Technology: Exploring the influence of Fitbit activity tracker on consumer behaviour. Presentation to the Academy of Marketing Science. United States, May. 

Daily Disruption: A different opportunity for the development of sustainable lifestyles?

Page, N.C. and Page, M.P.A. (2014) 'Daily disruption: A different opportunity for the development of sustainable lifestyles?' Poster presented at the Lifecourse Transitions: Opportunities for Sustainable Lifestyles Conference, University of Surrey. 15-16 July 2014

Engage and change: Occupational Psychologists' role in facilitating corporate responsibility

Maskell, J., & Page, N. (2015). Engage and change: Occupational Psychologists' role in facilitating corporate responsibility. Paper presented at the The British Psychological Society's Division of Occupational Psychology Annual Conference, 7-9 January.

Designing effective multi-stakeholder collaborative platforms: Learning from the experience of the UN Global Compact LEAD initiative

Gitsham, M., and Page, N. (2014) Designing effective multi-stakeholder collaborative platforms: Learning from the experience of the UN Global Compact LEAD initative. SAM Advanced Management Journal. 79(4) pp18-28

Climate change: Time to do something different

Page, N. and Page, M. (2014) Climate change: Time to do something different. Frontiers in Psychology 5, 1294 doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2014.01294

Brand Substance

Day, G., Gitsham, M., Hawksworth, D., Page, N., Willan, B. and Zipp, H. (2014) Brand Substance Ashridge Business School and Given London

How can designers anticipate and plan for resistance to change?

Reed, N.B. & Page, N.C. (2012) How can designers anticipate and plan for resistance to change?, paper presented at the British Psychological Society's Going Green Working Group Conference, London, 8 November

Global interpretations of sustainability - Enabling Sustainability through Action Research (EStAR)

Hind, P., Smit, A. & Page, N.C. (2012) Global interpretations of sustainability - Enabling Sustainability through Action Research (EStAR), paper presented at the British Academy of Management Conference, Cardiff, 11 - 13 September

Increasing behavioural flexibility leads to sustained weight loss

Fletcher, B., Hanson, J., Page, N.C. & Pine, K.J. (2011) Increasing behavioural flexibility leads to sustained weight loss, Swiss Journal of Psychology, Vol. 70 , No. 1, pp 25 - 34

HOT topics: Habits, Opportunities and Thoughts in pro-environmental behaviour change

Page, M.P. & Page, N.C. (2011) HOT topics: Habits, Opportunities and Thoughts in pro-environmental behaviour change, in D. Bartlett (ed). Going Green: The psychology of sustainability in the workplace, pp. 65 - 71, Leicester, The British Psychological Society

Jekyll v Hyde + Home v Work: Exploring the context dependency of pro-environmental behaviour.

Page, N.C. (2011) Jekyll v Hyde + Home v Work: Exploring the context dependency of pro-environmental behaviour, UK Energy Research Centre People and Energy: Futures, Complexity and Challenges Conference, Oxford, 20 - 21 September

Jekyll v Hyde = Home v Work: Exploring the context dependency of pro-environmental behaviour

Page, N.C. (2011) Jekyll v Hyde = Home v Work: Exploring the context dependency of pro-environmental behaviour, Environment 2.0 Conference, 9th Biennial Conference on Environmental Psychology, Eindhoven, 26 - 28 September

A survey of attitudes towards home energy consumption

Reed, N.B. & Page, N.C. (2009) A survey of attitudes towards home energy consumption, Research Report, University of Hertfordshire

The myth of work stress?

Page, N.C., Michaelides, S. & Fletcher, B. (2008) The myth of work stress?, Paper presented at the 29th Stress and Anxiety Research (STAR) Conference, London

FIT Science for weight loss: a controlled study of the benefits of enhancing behavioural flexibility

Page, N.C. & Fletcher, B. (2008) FIT Science for weight loss: a controlled study of the benefits of enhancing behavioural flexibility, European Journal of Nutraceuticals and Functional Foods - supplement to AgroFOOD industry hi-tech, Vol. 19, No. 5, pp. 20 - 23

A new behavioural intervention for tackling obesity: Do Something Different

Fletcher, B., Page, N.C. & Pine, K.J. (2007) A new behavioural intervention for tackling obesity: Do Something Different, European Journal of Nurtaceuticals and Functional Foods - supplement to AgroFOOD industry hi-tech, Vol. 18, No. 3, pp. 8 - 10

An investigation of the performance of the Parallel Method for factor extraction

Page, N.C. (2006) An investigation of the performance of the Parallel Method for factor extraction, MSc Research Apprenticeship Report, University of Hertfordshire

Does chronic stress simplify a person and shrink their world?

Page, N.C. (2006) Does chronic stress simplify a person and shrink their world?, MSc Research Project Report, University of Hertfordshire

Does chronic stress affect cognitive architecture, conscious thought processes and behaviours?

Page, N.C., Andrews, L. & Fletcher, B. (2006) Does chronic stress affect cognitive architecture, conscious thought processes and behaviours? Paper presented at the British Psychological Society (BPS) Division of Health Psychology Annual Conference, Essex, September