A business-man's hands gesture. In the background are people gathered around a conference

Bosses with exorbitant pay packets are seen as less effective leaders than their counterparts on lower incomes, and less able to influence those they seek to lead, according to University of Queensland research.

23 October 2018

People choose role models who have achieved success in ways that are in line with their own moral values, according to University of Queensland research.

13 June 2018

If you want to win an Oscar it is best to be an American actor in a film that portrays American culture.

6 February 2017

If you’re a leader who wants to be perceived as charismatic, you’re better off dead.

22 September 2016

They made global headlines by proving the importance of social groups in retirement, and now Australian researchers are transforming the lives of young adults who feel socially isolated.

22 March 2016

Joining a book club after retirement could extend your life just as much as doing weekly exercise.

16 February 2016

The cost of electing and employing overconfident people is one of several University of Queensland psychology studies to receive fresh Australian Research Council (ARC) funding.

11 November 2015
Leaders who create a shared sense of purpose and identity within their work teams can help improve employee health and wellbeing.

Researchers from The University of Queensland have found managers can increase productivity levels and prevent burnout by helping employees feel part of a group.

17 December 2014

Employees and group members respect leaders who embody the goals of the team, according to new research from The University of Queensland.

8 January 2014