Tag Archives: mental health

This blog is provided by the IPR Organizational Communication Research Center. After reviewing the pieces I have previously written over the years for the IPR Organizational Communication Research Center, mindfulness seems to be a constant theme. I mentioned it when discussing burnout in the workplace. I also introduced the practice as a tool to enhance … Continue reading How to Use Mindfulness to Become a Better Manager and Colleague

This blog is provided by the IPR Organizational Communication Research Center. The pandemic our world has endured over the past year and a half has dramatically transformed our lives. Not surprisingly, people are experiencing emotions such as outrage, anger, sadness, depression, emptiness, frustration, helplessness, and fear. The emotional stress caused by this reality has, without … Continue reading Prioritizing Mental Health and Psychological Well-Being: An Inevitable Priority for Organizations

This abstract is summarized by IPR based on the original journal article in Gender & Society Robyn Lewis Brown, Ph.D., and Mairead Eastin Moloney, Ph.D., explored ways in which status-based and structural aspects of work undermine women and people with physical disabilities. Two waves of panel interviews were conducted with residents of Miami Dade County, … Continue reading Intersectionality, Work, and Well-Being: The effects of gender and disability