Anna Czaplewska- Jaffery holds a BSc in Psychology and MSc in Organisational Psychology from London City University. Both her undergraduate and postgraduate dissertations received a distinction, and her research on Social Networking and Employee Stress was chosen for presentation at the International Positive Occupational Health Psychology Seminar in 2012.
Prior to joining LSE, Anna worked as a management consultant and business psychologist for over a decade with experience in coaching, training, talent assessment and development, as well as change management. During that time Anna worked in a range of environments, from large multinational corporations and boutique consultancies to start-ups, providing her with opportunities to work in diverse settings.
Anna’s research interests align with her business expertise in the areas of leadership development, organisational and national culture, and remote working. She is especially interested in cross-cultural leadership, the interplay between leader’s gender and culture, as well as leaders’ emotional regulation and employee wellbeing, which she has been recently exploring through the lens of employee voice and psychological contract.