Journal of Organizational Behavior Publishing Workshop
1st Apr 2023 9:30 am - 5:00 pm
The workshop will be led by JOB's Editor-In-Chief Christian Resick from Drexel University. Further details
BHM co-directors Helena Nguyen and Anya Johnson have been awarded a second major grant from iCare as part of a consortium of Universities: with Curtin and Monash.
The SMART design for care project is an exciting and innovative research project – investigating the effectiveness of work design interventions to improve mental health with industry partners in the health and social assistance industry, to address the increasing mental health compensation claims. This next project will investigate the efficacy of different interventions and how we can scale up the research once there is “proof of concept.”
For more information on the project see: https://www.transformativeworkdesign.com/smart-design-for-care and please follow the LinkedIn page for regular updates.
Karyn Wang has published a new article on the spillover effect from customer mistreatment https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/10946705211049098
Anya Johnson and Helena Nguyen has published a new article on mindfulness and error hiding in the Journal of Occupational Health Psychology: https://psycnet.apa.org/fulltext/2022-60042-001.html
Stefan Volk and Kevin Lowe published a new article on circadian leadership in the Journal of Organizational Behavior:
Check out our latest research on circadian rhythms, chronotypes and paradoxical leadership published in the Academy of Management Review by BHM co-director Stefan Volk:
Shaping the workplace for wellbeing and productivity: Read the latest insights from our Research Partnerships website
Australian Journal of Management
Call for papers - Special issue: Managing with compassion in a complex, changing world: New research & application
Deadline Expression of Interest (5-page abstract submissions): March 2022
Deadline Full papers submission deadline: November 2022
More information (PDF, 215KB)
Our work integrates research from the fields of management, psychology, biology and medical sciences, adopting methods and approaches to understand the effects that physiological and somatic factors have on how individuals and groups think, feel and behave at work.
We aim to lead thinking around physiological functioning and employee performance, health, and wellbeing in organisations. Our work has been published in highly regarded journals including the:
We have received funding through Australian Research Council discovery grants, ARC linkage grants and other competitive grants totalling more than $5 million.
Our work is regularly covered by national and international media including The Wall Street Journal, The Independent, Huffington Post, Business Insider, ABC News and SBS News.
We conduct many diverse projects
Find out how our research can influence your workplace through workshops and seminars by the Body, Heart and Mind in Business Research Group.
How can your 'body clock' boost your productivity? - Stefan Volk on Campus Review, Nov 2022
with Dr Shanta Dey on ABC Radio's This Working Life, July 2021