Dr. Natasha Gjorevska is a Senior Lecturer in Organisation Studies and Human Resource Management. She joined the University of Portsmouth in October 2021. She completed a PhD in Business and Management (summa cum laude) at Corvinus University of Budapest (Hungary). Her research interests lie in value based organising and well-being in organisations. She is involved in various research projects that explore organisational behaviour phenomena in contexts such as alternative food networks and social enterprises.

Dr. Gjorevska has subject expertise in leadership and sustainability, value-based organising, well-being and social enterprises; and methodological expertise in visual analysis, qualitative interviewing and qualitative data analysis.

Dr. Gjorevska would be interested in supervising potential PhD students in these areas: leadership and management, business ethics and sustainability, value-based organising and well-being.

Research interests

Alternative organising, ethics and sustainability

Workplace values and well-being

Leadership and social entrepreneurship

Teaching responsibilities

Course Leader: Leadership and Management (MSc top-up)

Module Coordinator: Managing People in Organisations

Business Ethics and Sustainability

Leadership, Ethics, Governance and Sustainability

Leading and Managing Change