We are interdisciplinary scientists inclusive of multiple fields including, psychology (more than 50 fields of study), neuroscience, technology, anthropology, archeology, architecture, design and the arts. We are active in research, academics, entertainment, technology, and the private sector. We are engaged in multiple research projects and graduate student mentoring. We believe in applying theory to practice.
What drives us is our desire to see research applied in the real world and to engage in social issues awareness and advocacy. It is simply not enough to develop valuable, rigorous research. This research must be applied for the betterment of all.
Call for social scientists and students of social sciences, committed to real-world application of scientific research.
An independent research lab dedicated to effective leadership, global wellness, and meaningful living projects. The lab includes academic and non-academic PhDs and graduate students.
Based on our recent post-workshop social experiment and academic discussion, we are operationalizing and exploring the kindness construct. Is there any validity to perceptions of kindness as a weakness, or is kindness actually a strength?
Is kindness the antithesis of toxic masculinity?
Social entrepreneurship and social entrepreneurial research continues to emerge in management science and in social science research, yet still no clear definition exists. These social entrepreneurship research projects will explore the social entrepreneurial dynamic related to leadership and gender.
Under Journal Review:
The Effects of Authentic Leadership and Social Networks on the Social Performance of Social Ventures.
Gender Differences in Innovation: The Role of the Ambidextrous Leadership of the Team Leads. Management Decision.
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This research examines the innovation and resilience benefits of prosocial interactions between entrepreneurs, and particularly social entrepreneurs, and their customer demographic.
Disparities in human dignity and the global narrative, particularly as a result of colonization, continue to create imbalance, indignities, inequities in resource access and utilization, and inequality in wealth creation. These disparities call for social justice, and moreover impact the benefits of diversity and inclusion.
Decolonization Research (available soon)