Jonathan is a researcher at the London School of Economics, his research is concerned with developmental networks; these are career focussed subsets of a social network. This is a relatively new research area that combines the established mentorship literature with the latest social network theories.
Research shows that minority ethnic professionals have difficulty securing traditional mentorship relationships. Jonathan’s thesis explores how differences in the bicultural experiences of minority ethnic professionals can affect their developmental networks and career outcomes.
Jonathan is developing a model that has likely implications for ethnicity, gender and class in the workplace. This research is relevant to the 21st century professional and has the potential to make an impact beyond academia.
Jonathan’s work has been featured at the London School of Economics.
Jonathan also won an award for his work at the LSE HR Conference on Diversity
Jonathan is looking for participants for his study, if you would like to know more or participate please click here.