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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.

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Check out the latest paper by BORG members Margaret Hodgins, Sarah MacCurtain, Patricia Mannix McNamara, Victoria Hogan and Lisa Pursell, along with Duncan Lewis;

“ . . . A Bit of a Joke”: Policy and Workplace Bullying”

https://doi.org/10.1177/2158244020934493

About Us

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.

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Virtual Self

The term virtual self is a relatively new concept but one that is becoming normalised very quickly. The term virtual is used in the computer sense of a person not physically existing but rather existing as a simulated computer digital image. Until recently virtual self was evolving on social media on a gradual basis or …

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