A doctoral student in organisational psychology and risk at Middlesex University, Meiring’s research has produced a diagnostic model that helps organisations build a 'blueprint' of influences on behaviour. It helps to give support in structuring and developing the right workplace to enable better health and performance.
In addition to her academic role, Meiring currently works as a consultant in organisational design, development and change, and is an ICF certified leadership coach.
She will be joining Adam Penman, employment lawyer at McGuirewoods, Caroline Smith, deputy general counsel, international at HireRight and HR magazine’s editor Jo Gallacher on the panel in December.
Together they will discuss how HR leaders can educate their teams on the risks of remote working without causing alarm or distress, and how managing risk can become a core pillar of company culture.
HR magazine’s lunchtime debate: Why managing risk should be part of your company’s culture will take place on Thursday 3 December at 12:30 GMT.
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