Alyssa Grocutt

Alyssa Grocutt
Queen's University | QueensU · Smith School of Business

Master of Science
PhD student in Organizational Behaviour at Smith School of Business, Queen's University. I research workplace safety.

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Introduction
My primary research interest is workplace safety. I am highly interested indirect experiences of safety incidents and the repercussions that safety incidents have on the work outcomes of individuals. I am also interested in social influences (e.g., co-workers and leaders) as they relate to employee safety outcomes. This is a topic close to my heart that I am very passionate about which makes the work that I do fulfilling and captivating.
Skills and Expertise
Additional affiliations
September 2020 - present
Queen's University
Position
  • Research Assistant
August 2020 - present
Queen's University
Position
  • Research Assistant
May 2020 - August 2020
The University of Calgary
Position
  • Research Associate
Education
September 2021 - August 2025
Queen's University
Field of study
  • Organizational Behaviour
September 2020 - August 2021
Queen's University
Field of study
  • Organizational Behaviour
September 2015 - June 2020
The University of Calgary
Field of study
  • I-O Psychology

Publications

Publications (4)
Article
Mentoring programmes are popular within organizations as well as educational institutions. Research has shown that mentoring can be an effective tool for employee career development broadly; however, there has been a relatively small amount of research on the effectiveness of mentoring as a tool for leadership development specifically. This paper r...
Article
The Engineers Canada Accreditation Board outlines 12 Canadian Engineering Graduate Attributes required for program accreditation. One of these attributes is Individual and Team Work. Since 2016, at the University of Calgary, there has been a voluntary, undergraduate-wide survey administered to the Schulich School of Engineering students every sprin...

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