Tim Malnick

BA (Hons), MSc

Tim has worked in the fields of education, psychology and organisational change for 20 years. His early background involved social and environmental campaigning as well as the performing arts. As a business psychologist with SHL UK, he worked on leadership and organisation development programmes with clients including Sony, Tesco and EMI.

He has a degree from Oxford University in Psychology, and Masters degrees from UMIST in Organisational Psychology and from Bath University School of Management in Responsibility and Business Practice. Tim is a visiting Fellow at Bath University School of Management and an associate consultant for Bath University’s Centre for Action Research in Professional Practice. His research and consulting work focuses on creating spaces in organisations for people to identify, discuss and then act on the things that really matter most to them. Increasingly this involves finding ways to bring aspirations of corporate responsibility, environmental sustainability and social justice closer to the centre of organisations and our working lives.

Tim Malnick

Publications

External HSBC Climate Partnership Earthwatch Learning Evaluation

Malnick, T. & Gitsham, M. (2010) External HSBC Climate Partnership Earthwatch Learning Evaluation, Ashridge Report

Behaviour change, water and the environment agency

Malnick, T. & Ballard, D. (2005) Behaviour change, water and the environment agency, Environment Agency

On the side of the Psyche - some next steps for Occupational Psychology

Malnick, T. (2001) On the side of the Psyche - some next steps for Occupational Psychology, Journal of Occupational Psychology

Walking the walk - the challenge of organisational moral development

Malnick, T. (2000) Walking the walk - the challenge of organisational moral development, Book of Proceedings, British Psychology Society, Occupational Psychology conference

Visions of Corporate Social Responsibility

Malnick, T. (1999) Visions of Corporate Social Responsibility, Conference Proceedings, British Academy of Management conference