Miss Lucy Parker
Profiles

Miss Lucy Parker

Visiting Specialist

School of Health Professions (NC) (Faculty of Health & Human Sciences (NC))

Role

At present I am providing maternity cover for the Head of Media and Communications.


My background includes more than seventeen years’ experience delivering corporate communications to improve business results in companies across four sectors: oil and gas, telecommunications, mining and banking which means I am relatively new to the HE sector although I have recently finished a taught Master's degree at another institution.

My recent focus has been on internal communications and I've worked closely with leaders in organisations to enhance employee engagement and understanding of the context for their work.  In particular, I have worked on developing effective employee communications to improve health and safety performance in the energy industry and I have a proven track record of building local capacity to deliver world class communications in challenging environments.   

My professional experience has been gathered in the UK, Russia, Germany, Thailand and Japan with companies such as Deutsche Bank, TNK-BP, Sakhalin Energy Investment Company, SUAL Holding, Energis and BG Group.   

Qualifications

2015 - London School of Economics, MSc Social Anthropology

2006 INSEAD, Executive Leadership Programme ‘TNK-BP: Creating a World Class Company’

1996–1997 Centre for Journalism Studies, University of Wales, Postgraduate Diploma in Public and Media Relations

1991–1995 School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University of London, BA Hons Russian and German Literature 

Additional information

I have delivered papers at the following conferences:

2011 Intraverse Russia Forum – Week of Internal Communications, Russia, ‘Key trends in the development of internal communications’ (in Russian)

2010 Tunisia Exploration & Production Forum, Tunisia, ‘Safety communications – flipping the triangle’

2007 Fourth Annual Pan-European Internal Communications Summit, Spain - ‘Establishing employee recognition programmes in large Russian companies’