Press

Media engagement is a fruitful conduit to highlight a study’s practical relevance to the general public, just as it serves as a tell-tale sign as to whether (or not) the general public might have an interest in the research to begin with.

Several examples of engaging with the media as precursor to knowledge exchange exist. These are listed below:

  • Lindebaum, D. – Feel as you’re told, Contribution to ‘Letter’ section in Times Higher Education, 28 January 2010
  • Lindebaum, D. – Interview on emotional intelligence and leadership – in Le monde de l’intelligence (French Magazine).
  • Lindebaum, D. & Zundel, M. – Neurons firing and hiring (a feature on organisational neuroscience) in Times Higher Education, 30 May 2013. Click here for THE article.
  • Interviewed by Financial Times, article published on 21 May 2013, title “Leadership that will mess with your head”. Click here for FT article on leadership and neuroscience.
  • Interviewed by Financial Times, article published on 11 Aug 2014, title “In defence of angry outbursts in the office”. Click here for FT article on anger.
  • A radio live discussion on anger in the workplace at a local Liverpool radio station (7waves) has been broadcast on 20 Oct 2011.
  • Interviewed by BBC Radio 5 Live about anger in the workplace on 12 Aug 2014.
  • Interviewed by BBC World Service about anger in the workplace on 12 Aug 2014.
  • Coverage of research in Daily Mail about emotions in the workplace on 24 Aug 2014.
  • Coverage of research in New York Times about emotions in the workplace on 21 Oct 2014. Click here for feature in New York Times.
  • Coverage of research in Wirtschaftswoche about emotions in the workplace on 25 Aug 2014. Click here for interview in WiWo.
  • Coverage of anger research in several CBS Radio Stations in the US.
  • Coverage of anger research in Danish management magazine. See www.arbejdsmiljoviden.dk
  • Coverage of moral anger research in Financial Times (17 Dec 2015). See here: The riff Henry Fonda and ‘good’ anger – FT.com
  • Coverage of moral anger research in the Daily Mail (18 Dec 2015). See here.
  • Coverage of moral anger research in the Independent (18 Dec 2015). See here.
  • Coverage of critique on neuroscience as applied at work on the LSE Business Review website (4 April 2016).
  • Interviewed by Wirtschaftswoche on positive effects of moral anger at work on 24 March 2017. Click here for interview in WiWo 2017.
  • Interviewed by Michael Bratsis (Content Strategy Director at Academy of Management) for a new AOM-hosted initiative to make scientific articles more accessible for practitioners (to be published in April 2018). Title: Neurofeedback to Boost Leadership Skills May Not Be a Brainy Choice, Researchers Say (Interview based on this essay published in the Academy of Learning and Education 2018, March issue).