Dr. Jamie Gruman

Jamie Gruman, PhD

Dr. Jamie Gruman is Professor of Organizational Behaviour at the University of Guelph’s College of Business and Economics. He specializes in human sustainability and productivity in the workplace, and recently published the book, Boost.

The Pitfalls of Virtual Onboarding

Everything has gone online these days, but that doesn’t necessarily mean it should

Don’t Let Wishful Thinking Hinder Your Success

Are leaders born or are they made? Does the development of “grit” enhance your ability to succeed or have no impact at all? Do inspirational professional

Building Resilience in Organizations

The need to focus on practices that allow organizations to bend, but not break

Culture: The Modern Source of Competitive Advantage

Healthy work environments that help employees contribute, grow, learn and feel are the ones that will thrive in the modern economy

The Right Headspace

Incorporating mindfulness into your training initiatives can transform the way your employees learn.

Crafting Your Dream Job

Searching for your dream job? Consider this simple way to positively impact job satisfaction, work engagement, commitment and job performance.

Put Away Your Devices and Chill

“Available-ism” is threatening employee well-being, and necessitates periodically disengaging mentally from work

A New Spin on Workplace Wellness

6 Tips for developing a successful workplace wellness program.

Setting Boundaries at Work

Setting boundaries is the key to avoiding being victimized by last-minute colleagues.

Showing Gratitude Can Improve Workplace Efficiency

This research shows how small acts of gratitude can have big impacts on behaviour.

Cultivating Organizational and Managerial Wisdom

Determining the ultimate purpose of our strategic deliberations leads to a future everyone can agree on.

Do You Need a Vacation from Your Vacation?

Travel stress is a major culprit in compromising vacation satisfaction.

The Performance Imperative

Why we must address performance issues before promoting positivity.

A New Concept: Psychological Capital

Most business people are familiar with intellectual and social capital. Far fewer have heard of psychological capital. This is must-learn.

Well-Being and Loving Your Job

Consider the influence of personal well-being on how we experience our job.

Want to Be More Productive?

Guess which day of the week is by far the most productive.

The Pitfalls of Virtual Onboarding

Everything has gone online these days, but that doesn’t necessarily mean it should

Don’t Let Wishful Thinking Hinder Your Success

Are leaders born or are they made? Does the development of “grit” enhance your ability to succeed or have no impact at all? Do inspirational professional

Building Resilience in Organizations

The need to focus on practices that allow organizations to bend, but not break

Culture: The Modern Source of Competitive Advantage

Healthy work environments that help employees contribute, grow, learn and feel are the ones that will thrive in the modern economy

The Right Headspace

Incorporating mindfulness into your training initiatives can transform the way your employees learn.

Crafting Your Dream Job

Searching for your dream job? Consider this simple way to positively impact job satisfaction, work engagement, commitment and job performance.

Put Away Your Devices and Chill

“Available-ism” is threatening employee well-being, and necessitates periodically disengaging mentally from work

A New Spin on Workplace Wellness

6 Tips for developing a successful workplace wellness program.

Setting Boundaries at Work

Setting boundaries is the key to avoiding being victimized by last-minute colleagues.

Showing Gratitude Can Improve Workplace Efficiency

This research shows how small acts of gratitude can have big impacts on behaviour.

Cultivating Organizational and Managerial Wisdom

Determining the ultimate purpose of our strategic deliberations leads to a future everyone can agree on.

Do You Need a Vacation from Your Vacation?

Travel stress is a major culprit in compromising vacation satisfaction.

The Performance Imperative

Why we must address performance issues before promoting positivity.

A New Concept: Psychological Capital

Most business people are familiar with intellectual and social capital. Far fewer have heard of psychological capital. This is must-learn.

Well-Being and Loving Your Job

Consider the influence of personal well-being on how we experience our job.

Want to Be More Productive?

Guess which day of the week is by far the most productive.
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