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Dr Richard Carter

Dr Richard Carter

Lecturer of Hospitality Management and Strategic Management

Richard Carter is on the Academic Team at the International College of Management, Sydney (ICMS). He is a senior lecturer in Hospitality Management and Strategic Management.

Richard Carter started his career in the hospitality industry and then completed his MBA and worked as a consultant. Transitioning to academia, he was a lecturer in hospitality management at UNSW before returning to industry for a number of years. After completing his PhD at Macquarie University, Richard has worked in leadership development roles, as a facilitator at the AIM Business School and launched a start-up Switch Education for Business. Subsequently, he has worked as a lecturer and facilitator at the AIM Business School as well as launching a start-up Switch Education for Business.


Richard Carter holds a PhD degree in Management  from Macquarie University.


Fellow, Chartered Management Institute, Associate Society for Industrial and Organization Psychology


  • Carter, R. Nesbit, P., Badham R, Parker, S. and Sung, L. (2016) “The Effects of Employee Engagement and Self-efficacy on job performance: a longitudinal field study. The International Journal of Human Resource Management, DOI: 10.1080/09585192.2016.1244096, 1-20.
  • Badham, R., Carter, R., Matula, L., Parker, S., & Nesbitt, P. (2016). Beyond Hope and Fear: The Effects of Organizational Theatre on Empowerment and Control.  The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science. Vol. 52 (1), 124-151. DOI: 10.1177/0021886315573023, 1-28.