Emily WassellGrey Ocean Analytics · Swiss Branch
Leadership, Research, & Policy
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I am passionate about care, health, and education. These interests have led me to be interested in Quantitative analysis, wellbeing and happiness research, positive psychology, policy analysis, and care research.
January 2012 - October 2012
- Job satisfaction of educated women in the department of corrections
Wellbeing is a critical multidisciplinary concept for a better future. In defining wellbeing as a balance point between resources and challenges, autonomy and intensity, as well as support and demand, we can see the dynamic nature of wellbeing. It is critical to understand the relevant realms of wellbeing for different individuals and systems. To a...
Family care leave policy, including maternity leave, parental leave, and childcare leave has a significant influence on the critical months of a child’s life and consequentially an influence on long-term outcomes as well. Guided by research on parent-infant attachment and bonding, as well as the work and theories of Ainsworth and Bowlby regarding p...
Family care leave policy, including maternity, parental, and childcare leave, has a significant influence on the critical months of a child's life and consequentially an influence on long-term outcomes as well. Guided by research on parent-infant attachment and bonding as well as the theories of Ainsworth (1979, 1991) and Bowlby (1946, 1951) regard...
This mixed method study used an appreciative inquiry curriculum as a month long intervention with an at-risk group of eighth grade students. The data used to measure progress included surveys, observations, student journals and comparative test scores. The results indicated that the appreciative inquiry curriculum increased student interest as well...
This analysis examined differences in maternity leave policy in relation to well-being outcomes for birth-cohorts in United States, Germany, Spain, Finland, and Great Britain. This study focused on the influence of maternity leave policies on the self-reported dependent variables of happiness and life-satisfaction as instruments for societal wellbe...
The most critical issues facing business leaders today include leadership, retention and engagement, the re-skilling of HR, and talent acquisition and access. It has become clear that it is time to re-imagine the workplace to meet the growing needs and demands of humanity. Many suggest that it is time to focus on wellbeing as a means to improve pro...
I am working on a research project, and I am looking for teachers of business ethics to interview. Please let me know if you would like to participate, or if you can recommend any English speaking business ethics teachers. THANK YOU
Which questionnaires are used to measure environmental quality, time in nature, Housing environment, community environment, etc?
Are any of these metrics open source metrics?
What are some positive metrics or indicators for mental challenge? Or for learning new things? Surveys about skills or education, etc.? What surveys measure use of the mind or mind use patterns?
I am doing research on wellbeing, and I am trying to collect and analyze metrics related to many aspects of wellbeing: (as identified by the OECD) Housing, Income, Jobs, Community, Education, Environment, Civic Engagement, Health, Life Satisfaction, Safety, Work-Life Balance. I am looking for any and all metrics related to these categories.
I would love to look at this questionnaire. Any ideas where I can find a copy?
Happiness, well-being, and life-satisfaction are the current health buzz-words, but what is really being done? How many companies measure employee wellness? Which industries are interested in Employee well-being, and which industries give it lip-service? Aside from Bhutan, which nations are focused on doing something about focusing on common good as a profit in itself? Which metrics can reliably measure well-being?
In an effort to imagine a school not based on Newtonian assumptions of growth and development. A quantum school would focus on relationships, place, local resources and challenges, and would require rigorous critical thought and analysis. The goal would be to encourage a love of place and a love of learning, and to teach students essential skills to thrive as a humans, such as higher order thinking skills, care for all Earthings, creativity, and dexterity.