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Julian Barling
Julian Barling is the Borden Professor of Leadership in the Smith School of Business at Queen's University, & author of the book The Science of Leadership.
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Oxford Economics Jul 14
Learn how leaders can help improve their organizations’ environmental performance by positively affecting subordinates’ workplace pro-environmental attitudes and behaviors. By Jennifer L. Robertson and .
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Tom Peters Jul 9
Friend left a good job in tough times because of a lousy boss. Complex setting and friend wanted to increase her workplace knowledge. Boss took it as a personal threat to her job and was perpetually snide about it. Lesson: Never promote insecure people into managerial roles.
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Women of Influence Jul 7
There is no doubt the pandemic has affected everyone differently, but to what extent is that a result of gender roles? Dr. has taken this time to investigate how the pandemic has affected gender dynamics in the home >>
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Yejin Park Jul 6
Found a cool paper by & on potential costs to a marital relationship when women in high status positions hold higher job status roles than their husbands! Read their paper to find out why!
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Dr Sarah Norgate Jul 6
Grappling with decisions about the future of remote work and telework?
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Society for Occupational Health Psychology (SOHP) Jul 5
A recent article in "Work & Stress" investigates how poor quality sleep relates to work injuries.
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Julian Barling Jul 3
got you or your partner working from home? We are looking for Canadian working couples to participate in a study in which at least one partner is working from home due to Covid19. For more info click here:
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Julian Barling Jul 3
If you think that we will all be working from home "post-pandemic", 's article "In the Covid-19 Economy, You Can Have a Kid or a Job. You Can’t Have Both" should be compulsory reading!
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Julian Barling Jul 3
Research now shows that women governor's in the USA is linked with fewer -19 deaths. And it shows why--because women governors displayed greater empathy & confidence in their briefings & issued earlier stay-at-home orders
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Anika Cloutier Jun 26
Call me doctor :) But don't actually. Thank you for the PhD , and really, for so much more.
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Julian Barling Jun 26
Congratulations to for doing such a wonderful job defending her PhD thesis today on the effects of romantic relationships on
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Alyson Byrne Jun 18
got you or your partner working from home? We are looking for Canadian working couples to participate in a study in which at least one partner is working from home due to Covid19. For more info click here:
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Julian Barling Jun 18
Cohabiting while coworking: what lessons will be learned from working at home together during the pandemic? Some thoughts from ⁦
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Julian Barling Jun 18
got you or your partner working from home? We are looking for Canadian working couples to participate in a study in which at least one partner is working from home due to Covid19. For more info click here:
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Research Nova Scotia Jun 16
Psychology Professor, Dr. Kevin Kelloway of is leading a study that will help employers and employees adapt to changing circumstances during disease outbreaks. Learn more:
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Julian Barling Jun 16
A wonderful insight from psychiatrist Irvin D. Yalom: "Sooner or later we have to give up the hope for a better past."
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Rachael Jones-Chick Jun 15
Canadian researchers are interested in the experiences of employees working in healthcare settings during the current pandemic. If you are employed by a healthcare organization and are interested in participating in our research you can learn more at:
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Julian Barling Jun 13
Are female leaders better at fighting a pandemic? One answer? "Authoritarian, vainglorious and blustering" ego-driven male leaders are just worse. Another? The skills that help women leaders gain power are most useful in a crisis
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Smith Insight Jun 11
Amid the swirl of uncertainty and anxiety, employees are looking for and , not grand gestures. says our need to act small
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Julian Barling Jun 11
"Stolen breaths"--a brilliant challenge to the health care community after George Floyd's murder. "The choice before the health care system now is to show, not tell, that Black Lives Matter. Because, like George Floyd, black people are loved."
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