Rob Yeung

Rob Yeung (Ph.D.) is a British psychologist, business speaker, and management author. He has published research studies on personality in academic journals, particularly ''Personality and Individual Differences''. He writes a column on confidence for UK newspaper ''The Daily Telegraph'' and contributes to newspapers including ''Financial Times'', ''The Guardian'' and ''The Sunday Times''. He appears on television programmes including CNBC news, ''Celebrity Big Brother'', ''BBC Breakfast'', CNN news, and ''Working Lunch'' on the BBC. He is a columnist for ''Accounting and Business'', a periodical published ten times a year by the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA).

He is a Director at Talentspace, a leadership consulting firm. He has a B.Sc. in psychology from University of Bristol and a Ph.D. in psychology from King's College London, University of London. He is a chartered psychologist and Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society.

He previously presented the BBC television series ''Who Would Hire You?'' in which real life candidates went through the recruitment process. He also presented a further series for the BBC entitled ''How To Get Your Dream Job'' and has been an expert on ''Big Brother's Little Brother''. He assisted Jade Goody in her search for a personal assistant in the 2006 Living series Jade's P.A and Pete Burns in the 2007 series ''Pete's PA''. He was the resident psychologist for the 2007 BBC Three series ''The Restaurant: You're Fried!''. He acted as resident psychologist on both ''Celebrity Big Brother'' and ''Big Brother'' in 2009.
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