Rosalind Searle is Professor of Organisational Behaviour and Psychology at Coventry University and Co-founder and Head of Trust research at the Centre for Trust, Peace and Social Relations. She is an internationally acknowledged expert on trust in organizations.
As an active researchers and author of a number of chapters, books, special reports and journal articles, she focuses on the topics of organizational trust, especially HR processes, and the role of controls. She is interested in the issue of trust across a wide array of contexts, from company boards, through to different professions, and on to this issue amongst young people just starting their careers. Most recently she has examined in a CIPD sponsored study trust for public sector workers include among professionals, such as nursing, medicine, and social work.