Shane Crabb

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Shane Crabb

Locality: Guildford, United Kingdom
Summary: Since 2007 I have worked as an Occupational Psychologist Consultant for A&DC; designing and delivering a breadth of assessment and development solutions for a range of local and international clients. My main focus is in the area of objective assessment, and I work with clients to ensure that they have the most relevant and leading-edge assessment methodologies in place for all levels of their organisation. I also have a keen interest in the area of positive psychology:strengths-based assessment, employee engagement and wellbeing, along with organisational development and change management.
Education:  University of Surrey Occupational Psychology (2006-2007) Research into the paternal experiences of working fathers was published in Maternity Matters and presented at the Division of Occupational Psychology (DOP) Conference 2008.
 The University of Reading Psychology (2002-2005) 

Industry: Management Consulting
Experience: A&DC (Management Consulting industry): Consultant,  (August 2007-Present) Working with a variety of clients to implement successful talent management strategies using occupational psychology principles and best practice methods. Specific projects have included assessment for selection, development and redeployment; Assessment and Development Centre design and management; b...
Interests: expertise requests, business deals, reference requests, getting back in touch

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Maternity Matters Newsletter

Any enquiries regarding this specific research may be directed to Shane Crabb: shanecrabb@hotmail.com. Shane Crabb begins: Traditionally, the focus of parenting research ...

Graduate recruitment: Filtering graduate applications - the ...

Shane Crabb, 02 September 2010. 1. 1 comment on this article. The most effective sifting methods are those that let the graduate decide whether or not they will be ...

Maternity Matters Newsletter

For this issues feature, we shift the emphasis to paternity with a Q&A discussion between researcher Shane Crabb and Anna Hayward, Director of Managing Maternity.

Occupational Psychologists & Specialist HR Consultants ...

Shane Crabb. Shane McGarrigle. Philippa Clarke. Will Mitchell. Rob Davies. Mike Murray. Samina Dungarwalla. Lucy Povah. Rhian Griffiths Nigel Povah. Dan Hughes

Sophie Pritchard is fundraising for Hereditary Spastic ...

Donation by Shane Crabb on 26/09 ... Hi, i'm doing the run too, maybe we'll bump into each other. Good luck! If ...

Mothers make it work - University of Surrey - Guildford

Shane Crabb and Dr Lynne Millward Purvis will talk about the fathers’ perspective on working life before and after child-birth; Claire Taylor and Dr Almuth McDowall will talk about ...

Mothers make it work

Shane Crabb and Lynne Millward Purvis will talk about the fathers’ perspective on working life before and after child-birth. Claire Taylor and Almuth McDowall will talk about how ...

Is the pursuit of graduates with a 2:1 degree undermining ...

But as Shane Crabb, consultant at A&DC and a graduate four years ago, says: "The problem is companies have used this approach for years so why change now?

Graduate recruitment: Filtering graduate applications - the way ...

Shane Crabb, 02 September 2010. 1. 1 comment on this article. The most effective sifting methods are those that let the graduate decide whether or not they will be suited to the ...

Is the pursuit of graduates with a 2:1 degree undermining ...

But as Shane Crabb, consultant at A&DC and a graduate four years ago, says: "The problem is companies have used this approach for years so why change now?