Most workers will be familiar with this scene: a meeting that goes round and round on a topic – one that may not be important to the priorities of the company. People leave the meeting frustrated and unheard. And the whole experience is repeated the next time everyone meets. But does this have to be… Read more »
Katharina's research focuses on employee well-being and factors which lead to psychologically healthy workplaces, using psychology. She often collaborates with organisations in the diagnostic of stress and wellbeing, along with the implementation of initiatives aimed at increasing health and wellbeing at work, applying psychological principles and knowledge about human behaviour and emotions.
Sanna Malinen is a Professor of Organisational Behaviour and works at University of Canterbury’s Business School. She draws from social and organisational psychological principles to support workplaces and communities where people can thrive. Some of her current research projects focus on workplace wellbeing, disaster management, and organisational resilience.