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Dr Gyuzel Gadelshina

Assistant Professor

Department: Newcastle Business School

Before joining Newcastle Business School, Gyuzel gained more than 10 years of business practice in various senior positions across accounting, audit and management consultancy. Gyuzel obtained her MBA with distinction and gained her PhD from Newcastle University Business School. In her current research, she explores organisational life using a range of theories and methodologies from the fields of discourse analysis, ethnomethodology, discursive psychology, conversation analysis and membership categorisation analysis. Her current research project “Exploring interactional leadership practices in virtual teams’ processes” is supported by the British Academy research grant.

Gyuzel is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.  Her pedagogic research is focused on teaching sustainability, visual literacy and the student learning experience. Gyuzel is a recipient of “Rewarding Excellence in Innovation and Teaching Award” and a winner of “The Innovation in Teaching of Research Methodology Excellence Awards”. In 2021 she received the Student Led Teaching Award as an Outstanding Staff Member for Business and Law.

Gyuzel Gadelshina

Campus Address

Office 208
Newcastle Business School
Newcastle upon Tyne
NE1 8ST

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Shared leadership: struggles over meaning in daily instances of uncertainty., Gadelshina, G. 1 Oct 2020, In: Leadership
  • The discursive construction of authenticity: The case of Jeremy Corbyn, Mueller, F., Whittle, A., Gadelshina, G. 1 Oct 2019, In: Discourse, Context and Media
  • The ‘Corbyn Phenomenon’: Media Representations of Authentic Leadership and the Discourse of Ethics Versus Effectiveness, Iszatt-White, M., Whittle, A., Gadelshina, G., Mueller, F. 1 Oct 2019, In: Journal of Business Ethics
  • Understanding corruption through freehand drawings: a case study of undergraduate business students' visual learning in the classroom, Gadelshina, G., Cornwell, A., Spoors, D. Apr 2019, In: Journal of Visual Literacy

Marc Owens Apply conversation analysis in the exploration of how members of virtual teams engage in turn-taking and teaming behaviours which culminate in the discursive construction of distributed leadership Start Date: 01/10/2020

  • Business Studies PhD February 13 2016
  • MBA September 01 2008
  • Economics MA September 01 1996
  • Fellow (FHEA) Higher Education Academy (HEA) 2011


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