The aim of our work is to provide a platform for research and professional development that is driven by a positive and holistic agenda. We seek to promote and disseminate cutting edge research across a range of fields with the express aim of improving organizational relationships and behaviours.
Societies Special Issue
Workplace Health Promotion: Workplace Bullying and Workplace Wellness
Guest edited by Patricia Mannix McNamara and Margaret Hodgins
Deadline for submissions 28th July 2022.
Behaviour in Organisations Research Group (BORG) aims to bring together researchers and practitioners for collaboration and knowledge sharing in all aspects of organizational behaviour. This group stimulates research across a range of areas that include leadership, workplace behaviours, bullying and harassment, and seeks to make pragmatic recommendations in order to eradicate bullying.
BORG advocates for a deeper understanding of the impact of organizational culture and practices on health and well-being as well as person centred and empowering leadership practices in organizations. We challenge the pervasive and deleterious impact of new managerialism; neoliberalism and performativity on organizational culture and practices. Through this, we promote well-being, dignity and respect for all.
Psychological Safety in the Workplace An employee’s health and wellbeing in the workplace is a human right. A person must feel they can have a sense of self-control for their personal safety and wellbeing in the workplace. A sense of belonging, safety, equality, purpose, inclusion and respect are human requirements. If any of these requirements …
Organisational Culture is the in-house shared behaviours, values, beliefs, vision, mission, and goals that exist in the every day to day running of a business or organisation. Culture is the backbone of an organisation; it steers and creates the overall workplace environment, directs the inherent employee’s connection and engagement. The organisational powerhouse influences the culture …
We are delighted to introduce a guest blog by our colleague Teresa Shiels, whose insights encourage us to think about some of the challenges faced by students with disabilities in higher education. The environment of third level education is an important site of power that facilitates the dominance of certain groups over others through language …