Self-Leadership towards Innovation & Well-Being [ 2006 - 2008 ]

Research Grant

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Researchers Dr K Unsworth; Dr CM Mason; Dr O Epitropaki

Brief description Innovation and well-being in the workplace are of paramount importance in maintaining Australia's social and economic environment. Self-leadership training provides employees with strategies to build confidence and resilience, identify opportunities in the environment, deriving greater meaning and enjoyment from work. Self-leadership training has already been shown to improve performance; this project extends self-leadership research by testing the effects of self-leadership training on employee innovation and well-being. It also elucidates the psychological processes underlying improvements in innovation and well-being. The project addresses ARC Research Priorities 2 and 3 and contributes to Australia's social and economic advancement.

Funding Amount $125,941

Funding Scheme Discovery Projects

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