Dr Margie Elley-Brown

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Senior Lecturer

Email: margie.elley-brown@aut.ac.nz

ORCID: ORCID logo https://orcid.org/0000-0001-6252-1045

Academic appointments:

  • Senior Lecturer, AUT (2018 - ongoing)

Qualifications:

  • PhD, AUT
  • Master of Career Development, AUT

Professional activities:

Award, prize, fellowship, and scholarship

  • Dean's Premier Publication Award, Auckland University of Technology (2019 - ongoing)

Research outputs:

Journal articles

  • Peterson, E. R., Farruggia, S. F., Hamilton, R. J., Brown, G. T. L., & Elley-Brown, M. J. (2013). Socio-emotional key competencies: Can they be measured and what do they relate to?. Teachers and Curriculum, 13. Retrieved from http://tandc.ac.nz/tandc

  • Paterson, E. R., Rubie-Davies, C. M., Elley-Brown, M., Widdowson, D. A., Dixon, R. S., & Irving, S. E. (2011). Who is to blame? Students, teachers and parents views on who is responsible for student achievement. Research in Education, 86(1).

  • Elley-Brown, M. (2011). The significance of career narrative in examining a high achieving woman's career. Australian Journal of Career Development, 20(3). Retrieved from http://acd.sagepub.com/content/20/3/18.full.pdf+html

Book chapters

  • Elley-Brown, M. J. (2019). “I don’t think they realised what an impact they had…their voices are still in my head: The profound impact of attentive care on career meaningfulness and wellbeing". In I. L. Potgieter, N. Ferreira, & M. Coetzee (Eds.), Theory, Research and Dynamics of Career Wellbeing (pp. 347-362). Switzerland: Springer Nature. doi:10.1007/978-3-030-28180-9

Conference contributions

  • Elley-Brown, M. J., Pringle, J. K., & Harris, C. (2016). Hermeneutic phenomenology: Searching for meaning in women's career journeys.. In Gender, Work and Organization (GO2016). Newcastle: GenPort. Retrieved from https://www.https/

  • Elley-Brown, M., Pringle, J. K., & Harris, C. (2016). Hermeneutic phenomenology: Searching for meaning in women's career journeys. In 9th Biennial International Interdisciplinary Conference: Gender, Work amd Organization (GWO2016). Newcastle. Retrieved from https://www.researchgate.net/

  • Elley-Brown, M. J., Pringle, J. K., & Harris, C. (2015). Goddess archetypes for women’s careers: Beyond Artemis and Athena to Metis. In Goddess archetypes for women’s careers: Beyond Artemis and Athena to Metis. Athens. Retrieved from https://www.egosnet.org/

  • Elley-Brown, M., Pringle, J., & Harris, C. (2015). Goddess archetypes for women’s careers: Beyond Artemis and Athena to Metis. In 31st European Group of Organization Studies Colloquium. Athens. Retrieved from https://www.egosnet.org/

  • Elley-Brown, M., Pringle, J., & Harris, C. (2015). How some women are opting in: A new perspective on the kaleidoscope career model. In Academy of Management Proceedings 2015 (pp. 11825). Vancouver, British Columbia: Academy of Management. doi:10.5465/AMBPP.2015.11825abstract

  • Elley-Brown, M. J. (2013). Every woman has a story: A phenomenological understanding of women's careers. In 2013 CDANZ Research Symposium (pp. 1-8). Christchurch. Retrieved from http://www.cdanz.org.nz/

  • Elley-Brown, M. J. (2011). Using career narrative to examine a high achieving New Zealand woman’s career. In CDANZ Symposium. AUT University, Auckland. Retrieved from http://www.cdanz.org.nz/

  • Elley-Brown, M. J. (2011). Using career narrative to examine a high achieving New Zealand woman’s career. In EDI. AUT University, Auckland. Retrieved from http://www.edi-conference.org/edi2011auckland2.php

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