Sara Guediri

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Position: Lecturer in Organisational Psychology

Research Interests

My main areas of research expertise are:


Occupational Safety

Organisational Culture and Climate

Employee Wellbeing

Postgraduate Opportunities

Dr Sara Guediri is available for supervision of doctoral students in the areas of leadership, occupational safety and wellbeing. If these topics interest you, please contact me.

Programme involvement

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I am the Programme Director for the MSc Organisational/Business Psychology.

I currently teach on a number of undergraduate and postgraduate modules on topics such as personnel selection and assessmnent, leadership, employee development, safety culture and climate, organisational change and career development. I am module leader for the "Personnel Selection and Assessment in Organisations" module on the MSC Organisational/Business Psychology and for the undergraduate module "Work Psychology and Career Success".

Showing 6 publication(s)


  • Guediri, S., Clarke, S., & O’Connor, E. (2014). Leadership in safety-critical contexts: Merging contingency perspectives with transformational-transactional leadership. In host publication.. Publication link: 83417c1b-9732-48d1-b33e-797619c4e6d2
  • Clarke, S., Guediri, S., & O’Connor, E. (2014). Contextualisation of leadership using the example of safety-critical contexts. In host publication.. Publication link: 7f2e2486-b499-4cc1-a3d4-1c72b19ecd56
  • Guediri, S., Clarke, S., & O'Connor, E. (2014). Contextualization of Leadership using the Example of Safety-Critical Contexts. In Academy of Management Proceedings. DOI 10.5465/AMBPP.2014.17226abstract: Academy of Management. . Publication link: 734fb9ac-a977-4133-aa2c-6eeff3142c8c


  • Luboz, V., Zhang, Y., Johnson, S., Song, Y., Kilkenny, C., Hunt, C., ... Gould, D. (2013). ImaGiNe Seldinger: First simulator for Seldinger technique and angiography training. Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine, 111(2), 419-434. DOI: 10.1016/j.cmpb.2013.05.014. Publication link: 902aae2b-27f2-46dd-9f23-7f850adc8b07


  • Johnson, S. J., Guediri, S. M., Kilkenny, C., & Clough, P. J. (2011). Development and validation of a virtual reality simulator: Human factors input to interventional radiology training. Human Factors, 53(6), 612-625. DOI: 10.1177/0018720811425042. Publication link: aa7091f3-c370-4989-a431-26bc025b5376