Author: Helen Hallpike, Gaëlle Vallée-Tourangeau, and Beatrice Van Der Heijden

Helen Hallpike (pictured) is a published business academic and lecturer with a PhD and an experienced businessperson with an MBA from INSEAD Global Business School from Kingston University, London. Her research focuses on decision-making for sustainable careers from a new interactive distributed perspective. Gaëlle Vallée-Tourangeau is a professor of behavioral science and the director of research and enterprise for Kingston Business School in London. She received her PhD in Psychology (Judgement and Decision-Making) from the University of Hertfordshire in 2004. Beatrice Van Der Heijden is a professor in strategic human resource management and the chair of business management at Radboud University. Her researcher focuses on 'ageing at work', employability, age-related stereotyping, expertise development and sustainable careers.

The Complexities of Making Key Career Decisions
Business and Management INK
February 27, 2024

The Complexities of Making Key Career Decisions

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