Faculty:Faculty of Business and Law
Areas of Expertise: Business, management and leadership , Business Management , Human Resources Management , Organisational Behaviour
Veronica has a strong background in higher education, executive development and consultancy. She has worked extensively in the UK and internationally on the design and delivery of leadership development programmes for a wide range of public and private sector organisations.
Veronica is an experienced learning, development and education specialist with extensive experience of working in higher education and consulting with multi-national businesses. She has a strong background in organisational behaviour, individual and team coaching, leadership, organisational development and performance psychology.
Skilled in the end-to-end management of executive leadership development, 1-1 coaching, assessment, moderation and curriculum design, her most recent experience was as full-time Faculty at Cranfield University School of Management where she was Director of The Cranfield Talent Development Programme, The Cranfield General Programme and The Business Growth Programme. Veronica has also taught on undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in several UK Higher Education institutions and has doctoral and Masters degree supervision experience.
Leading the development of the new Business portfolio for ARU Peterborough: Business Management, Marketing, Entrepreneurship and Human Resource Management
Lancaster, S and Burke, V (2019) Creating high performing teams. In Collins, D., Cruickshank, A., and Jordent, G The Routledge Handbook of Elite Sport Performance Routledge: London pp 384-389
Burke, V (2017) Five wellbeing practices to keep your employees on top form 7th December. Available at: http://blog.som.cranfield.ac.uk/bgpblog/5-wellbeing-practices-to-keep-your-employees-on-top-form
Burke, V. (2017). How can we actively sustain our personal performance at work? HRZone.com. (online). 4th September. Available at: https://www.hrzone.com/perform/people/how-can-we-actively-sustain-our-personal-performance-at-work
Collins, D. Burke V. Martindale, A. & Cruickshank, A. (2015) The Illusion of competency versus the desirability of expertise: Seeking a common standard for the support professions in sport Sports Medicine, 45 pp.1-7
Burke, V. (2014). When is conflict at work a good thing? IEDP (International Executive Development Programmes) Newsletter [Online]. 11/11/14.
Burke, V. (2014) Managing Conflict at Work: Management Focus: Issue 37, pp. 10-11 Bedford: Cranfield School of Management
Burke, V (2010) Performance Psychology: Organising for Excellence. In Collins, D. et.al (Eds.) Performance Psychology - a Practitioner’s Guide London: Elsevier pp. 99-119