Stephanie Wormington is featured in a publication of the most productive early career scholars in educational psychology.
Among the topics discussed were gendered social roles, bias in organizational processes, women’s heavier caretaking burden (at work and at home), the myth of meritocracy, and actions steps for both individuals and managers.
CCL Researcher Diane Bergeron discusses how workplaces can better support bereaved employees and explains how the empathy-efficiency paradox can make bereavement difficult for grieving employees, managers and coworkers.
The International Leadership Association (ILA) will host Wisdom in Times of Crisis, its 24th annual global conference in Washington, D.C. this October. The conference will feature leaders and leadership experts from more than 60 countries who will explore how wisdom might catalyze transformation in the global systems contributing to environmental, social, economic, and political crises. The conference is open to everyone.
Working from home is now a part of many of our routines. Do these home working environments help close or widen socioeconomic inequalities? New research from CCL provides some intriguing findings.
Sometimes employees experience mixed feelings about whether they should go above and beyond their role and help out at work. This paper explores four ways employees respond to this ambivalence.
In attempting to balance leadership gender gaps, organizations often take a ‘fix the female’ approach instead of making systemic changes. CCL Researcher Diane Bergeron weighs in with some solutions.
The conference brings together parents and families to remember and celebrate the lives of loved ones gone too soon. Education, encouragement, and hope are goals of the gathering.
When research measures are developed on one type of population (e.g., American white males), bias can get ‘baked in’ to research results and lead to flawed conclusions.