Anne has worked as part of the Hospitality team at Sheffield Hallam University since 2008. She teaches Human Resource Management to undergraduate and postgraduate Hospitality Business Management students. She has held positions of responsibility such as Hospitality (BSc) Course Leader, External Examiner on validation panels as well as supervisor for postgraduate dissertations and undergraduate projects.
Anne Conneally is Senior Lecturer in Hospitality Business Management at Sheffield Hallam University. She teaches across a number of hospitality business management modules on the EPAS accredited courses. Her academic credentials include a Postgraduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education, Sheffield Hallam University, a BSc in Hospitality Management, Dublin Institute of Technology, and an MSc in Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations, National University Galway, Ireland. Anne has dedicated working hours to the international hospitality industry; living and working in Ireland, Germany and the United States of America. She has shared her personal, professional and academic knowledge across the globe - delivering at conferences in Lausanne, Berlin, Dublin, and Florida and teaching in Denmark, Hong Kong, United Kingdom, and Cologne. Anne has been instrumental in supporting the validation of hospitality programmes at business schools in Mauritius and Vietnam and views these as essential success stories for the future and sustenance of the hospitality industry. Anne is a Fellow of the Institute of Hospitality, a Fellow of the Institute of Learning and Teaching Academy, CIPD registered and is a certified Emotional Intelligence coach with RocheMartin; working as a consultant as well as embedding the practice into her teaching.
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