Frederik Anseel

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New Fellows elected in recognition of their excellence in the social sciences.

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As we embark on Mental Health Week 2021 and begin to emerge from months of lockdown, employee mental health is at risk. But there are ways to reinforce psychological safety, says UNSW Business School's Frederik Anseel.

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A new research review suggests people’s psychological immune system is strong enough to overcome the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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New research has quantified the size of the gap between the forecast and actual earnings of start-ups presented by entrepreneurs to potential investors.

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There are a number of important lessons for leaders who are looking to maximise productivity and engagement with employees who work from home, says UNSW Business School.

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The dramatic changes to the workforce brought about by organisational responses to COVID-19 are only likely to accelerate the shift to smart cities, say experts at UNSW Sydney.

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As COVID-19 highlights the importance of continuing education, researchers and business must work together to embrace the opportunities the pandemic presents, says UNSW Chancellor David Gonski AC.

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A new study sheds light on exactly how workplaces are changing during COVID-19, and the steps business leaders can take to ensure employees adapt effectively.

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Businesses facing pressing issues like COVID-19 and climate change need to innovate, and so do business schools, say experts drawn from industry and research.

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There are five ways business leaders can help those struggling with mental health through the coronavirus pandemic, according to UNSW Business School experts.

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