Dr Doyin Atewologun is a Chartered Organisational Psychologist and Researcher/Lecturer at City University, London. She has over 10 years’ experience working with many FTSE 100 and UK government clients in organisational learning and development, including designing and managing assessment centres, leadership development, coaching and team building. Doyin is also an expert in the application of psychometric tools for selection and development, having designed and delivered a range of workshops for British Psychological Society qualifications in ability and personality testing. Doyin is a qualified business coach and has expert knowledge of psychometric instruments including Myers Briggs Type Indicator (Step I and II), 16PF, Wave, TKI, HPI and FIRO-B.
Doyin completed her doctorate at Cranfield School of Management. Straddling the areas of leadership, diversity and identity, her ground-breaking research received the prestigious Student Transnational Research Award and a Best Paper Award from the Academy of Management in 2011, and the Best Paper Award at the British Academy of Management 2011. Doyin is Deputy Chair of the British Psychological Society working group on Diversity & Inclusion at Work, a voluntary professional group of academic and practitioner members committed implementing evidence-based approaches to maximise positive outcomes in diverse workspaces. She is also a member of the Runnymede Trust 360 network of emerging leaders in race equality, and a recognised Future Leader of the UK Division of Occupational Psychology. She is also a Visiting Fellow at Cranfield School of Management and Visiting Lecturer at Lagos Business School.
As a ‘Scholar-Practitioner’, Dr. Atewologun works as an international consultant, trainer and lecturer, specialising in positive work identity, authentic leadership development, the psychology of difference and inclusive cultures.