Lené Graupner is a registered industrial psychologist and deputy director at the School of Industrial Psychology and Human Resource Management on the North-West University’s Potchefstroom Campus. Her career started in the South African Police Service (SAPS) where she was responsible for the management of the well-being of police personnel in the North West Province. After 10 years in the police service, she joined the University where her subsequent teaching experience of the past 15 years includes preparing emerging industrial psychologists in Applied counselling and Trauma management in the workplace. She is a C2 rated researcher with the main focus on equipping industrial psychologists in the workplace with the counselling skills they require to address the human capital needs in South Africa. She supervised research studies of two PhD students and 33 Masters students. She is involved in the industry as mentor, counsellor, life coach, and supervisor for internships in industrial psychology.
Potchefstroom campus, Building E3; room 209