- Position: Senior Associate
- Qualification: BSc (Hons), MSc
Personal Experience & Biography
Sam Sheridan is a Senior Associate at Work Psychology Group and a Business Psychologist, experienced in the areas of assessment and selection, leadership development and employee engagement. He has a broad range of experience, working in close collaboration with organisations across the public and private sectors. In particular, he has expertise in the Healthcare and Professional Services industries. Sam has designed and evaluated many bespoke assessments over the course of his career, including Situational Judgment Tests (SJTs), Assessment Centres, and Strengths-based Assessments. He is passionate about evidence-based practice and utilises a variety of quantitative research methods to ensure a high level of quality in his work.
Sam holds a First-Class BSc in Psychology with Neuroscience from Keele University and an MSc (Merit) in Occupational Psychology from the University of Nottingham. During his Occupational Psychology MSc, he conducted a qualitative research project titled Heterosexism in the workplace: are there gender differences? in which he explored the range of experiences of workplace discrimination that homosexual men and women had encountered. His passion for equality is always at the centre of his work, whether that is through mitigating bias in a recruitment process or designing a more inclusive training programme.
Sam is a qualified Psychometric Test User (Ability and Personality) with the British Psychological Society, and has experience of using various psychometric tools, including Identity and Saville Wave.