Dr Clair Doloriert is Senior Lecturer at Bangor Business School. She has been working at Bangor Business School since 2007 and is currently the Lead Academic for the CMI Level 7 Strategic Management & Leadership at Bangor Business School. Clair also supervises undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral students and is a personal tutor to a number of students across undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.
Professional Accrediation and Awards
Clair became a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (SFHEA) in 2020 for her excellence and leadership in teaching and learning. Further to this she is a fellow of the Chartered Management Institute (FCMI) and an Academic Associate of the CIPD (AACIPD). In the 2017 University Graduation Ceremony, Clair was recognised for her excellence and innovation in teaching, and was awarded a prestigious Bangor University Teaching Fellowship.
Clair is currently Module Leader on 2nd year Leadership and HRM (ASB2521), postgraduate MBA/MA/ MSc Organisations and People (ASB4431), Knowledge Management (ASB4030), and Management Research (ASB4115). She also teaches on modules including Contemporary Issues in Management and the Doctoral Program "Foundations of Social Research".
She has also previously taught on several modules including; ASB2115 Organisational Learning in a Knowledge Economy (2nd year UG), ASB3103 Human Resource Management (3rd year UG), Corporate Strategy module ASB4901 for the prestigious Chartered Banker MBA run by the Management Centre, and Leadership, Innovation, Quality and Change at what was formerly the School of Nursing at Bangor University.
Leadership, Administrative & External Roles
Aside from her role as Academic Lead for the CMI at the Business School, she is also a moderator for undergraduate programmes in Business, Tourism and Events at Grwp Llandrillo Menai, ensuring high quality and rigor throughout Bangor validated programmes. Up until September 2019, Clair was the Programme Lead for all Travel, Tourism and Hsopitality programmes that are run by Bangor University's MDIST partner institutions in Tashkent, Uzbekistan. She is still project managing the development of a suite of two new undergraduate programmes in International Travel, Tourism and Hospitality for MDIST.
Clair is an External Examiner across Human Resource Management and Strategy programmes for Hull University Business School and has held this role since 2018. She has active roles with programme and module validation of affiliate programmes in sister institutions such as Coleg Llandrillo, and across the College of Business, Law, Education and Social Sciences. Clair is actively involved with several other UK based universities including Mancheseter Business School and most recently Hull.
Clair has held other leadership roles including the Head of the Business and Management subject group on the School Teaching and Learning Committee until January 2020. The Deputy Director for Centre for Business Research, Deputy/Senior Personal Tutor for all BBS students; the Quality Assurance and Validation Officer for all Bangor Business School Undergraduate and Postgraduate Programmes.
Historical roles also include; Editorial Board member for Bangor Business School working paper series; Academic Champion of Enterprise for Bangor University; Marketing Director for the Business School’s Management Centre; and Information Officer and Abstractor for the World Banking Abstracts Journal.
Doctoral Students and PhD completions
Clair currently supervises 2 doctoral students; Tacit knowledge management through an action research project and international student acculturalisation into UK HEI through a contemporary autoethnographic case study. Completions include:
Anne Collis "Not just the usual suspects: Designing a new method for public consultation”
Owen Powell "Creaking, Slipping, and the Goldilocks Zone: Cultivating Relevance in Established and Scaled Worker Cooperatives"
Natalie Jones “Employee Engagement in the Welsh Public Sector”
Bejan Analoui, “Knowledge Management and Leadership within Higher Education”
Charlotte Hall “Exploring Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Public Service Provision: The Role of Organizational Culture”
Clair maintains links with practitioners within her field through her academic membership with the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development and Chartered Management Institute. She has developed part of L3 and L5 assessment criteria for the CIPD qualification, contributed to course text books (see bibliography below). She has also contributed to podcasts for the CIPD within the area of social learning.