Director of Research & Academic Affairs
May is a lecturer in Human Resource Management, London South Bank University. She specializes in cross-cultural management.
Her current research looks into how cultural distinctiveness and cultural characteristics may serve as a strategic resource for organisations. This includes the interactions of people across cultures. She has completed the program for Cross Cultural Management, Tokyo, JAPAN (Association for Overseas Technical Scholarship Alumni (AOTS). She was selected to participate in the Master Class for Global Cross Cultural Management (GCCM) in 2011 and 2016 provided by Prof. Hofstede and the team at Maastrich University. This will enable her to develop cross-cultural management research in the future.
May is a module leader for Organisational Behaviour in an International Context which covers national culture, organisational culture, global leadership, international business negotiation, cultural intelligence. inter-cultural competence and ethics. The module is for students to develop a global mindset in a global market.
May is a Chartered Fellow CIPD. Her role is to hold a strategic position and demonstrates the expertise to the key areas of HR to promote and achieve organisation success. She has an MA in HRM and her PhD is about National Culture and Employees’ Behaviour.