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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
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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 $1.5 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 Research Group.
with Dr Shanta Dey on ABC Radio's This Working Life, July 2021
Helena Nguyen – When not to keep calm and carry on: learning how to deal with work stress - Raising the Bar 2019
Stefan Volk: How to convince your boss that you deserve to sleep in - Raising the Bar Sydney 2017