How paying attention to your nightly dreams could impact your career
New research by Mendoza College of Business professor Casher Belinda looks at the connections between what you dream about at night and your career.
Women entrepreneurs benefit from women mentors
A study by Marketing Professor Frank Germann and his co-researchers demonstrates a clear advantage for businesswomen who work with female mentors.
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When commitment to failing projects is perfectly rational
Charging ahead with a plan despite negative feedback has been at fault for failing projects around the world. Nicholas Berente, professor of IT, Analytics, and Operations, along with his co-researchers, studied the reasoning behind project escalation and why failing projects are not abandoned.
Into the dreamscape: Scientists discover how vivid dreams that inspire feelings of awe spill over into real life
“People experience awe when they undergo something vast — something that challenges their understanding or way of thinking about things,” said Casher Belinda, associate professor of management at Mendoza College of Business, in a piece by The Debrief.
NeuroBytes: Nighttime dreams can boost workday resilience
NeuroLeadership Institute wrote about a study co-authored by Casher Belinda, assistant professor of management at Mendoza College of Business, which shows that connections people draw between their dreams and waking lives can alter how they think, feel, and act at work.
The connection between dreams and work productivity
Casher Belinda, assistant professor for management at the Mendoza College of Business, discusses a new study that shows how the emotions we experience at night can help us during the day in an ND Stories podcast.
Firms address corporate scandal with lengthy codes of ethics, study shows
New research from the University of Notre Dame examines how firms are addressing the problem through the language in their public ethics documents.
Healthcare headlines: dreams and work behavior
Casher Belinda, assistant professor of management at Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business was interviewed by WVPE where he talked about his research paper “A Spillover Model of Dreams and Work Behavior: How Dream Meaning Ascription Promotes Awe and Employee Resilience.”
‘Powerful Conversations’ with TSU President Glenda Baskin Glover to explore race, gender and faith in leadership
Now more than ever, Americans are identifying as multiracial, with numbers growing from 9 million people in 2010 to 33.8 million in 2020. That shift is sure to impact what the seat of power in America will look like for future generations. That’s the focus of “Powerful Conversations,” a series hosted by Angela Logan, the St. […]
How dreams impact workplace behaviour and productivity
A study by Mendoza College of Business professor Casher Belinda links dreams to workplace attitudes and actions and reveals a new approach to improving productivity and resilience in the workplace.