Tag Archives: psychological well-being

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

Topic: Leadership Author(s), Title and PublicationRuderman, M. N.; Ohlott, P. J.; Panzer, K.; & King, S. N. (2002). Benefits of multiple roles for managerial women. Academy of Management Journal, 45(2), 369-386. SummaryThis article used two studies to examine the relationships between female managers’ multiple life roles and their psychological well-being and managerial skills. In study … Continue reading Benefits of Multiple Roles for Managerial Women