Thursday, September 25, 2014 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
Research Hall, Room 163
“Love” is a word that has been largely neglected within the workplace domain, yet for more than half a century, psychologists have studied companionate love—defined as feelings of affection, compassion, caring, and tenderness for others—as a basic emotion fundamental to the human experience. In this presentation, Dr. O’Neill explains what we mean by a “culture of companionate love” in the workplace and examines the culture’s influence on outcomes for employees, the clients they serve, and employees’ families. She will discuss the relevance of a culture of companionate love for a variety of industries and explores its managerial implications for the healthcare industry and beyond. Learn more about Dr. O'Neill by visiting http://mason.gmu.edu/~ooneill/.
To view Dr. O'Neill's presentation please downlaod the slides via the following link http://bit.ly/ZgeBeS.
For Dr. O'Neill's study please download the document via the following link http://bit.ly/1myqTtc.
The Center's Brown Bag Series is part of Mason’s Well-Being University initiative, dedicated to helping students, faculty, staff, and alumni build a life of vitality, purpose and resilience and ensuring Mason becomes a model well-being university where all community members are Thriving Together. To learn more about Mason’s Well-Being University initiative, visit wbu.gmu.edu.
**FREE and Open to the Public**
The first 15 attendees will receive a free Mason Nation: Thriving Together t-shirt or water bottle!
Hosted by Center for the Advancement of Well-Being.