Adaptive Coping Strategies to Improve Outcomes in Ambivalent Work Relationships
Office: PhD Office, Level 1, Rutherford House, Pipitea campus, Wellington 6011
My research aims to study the coping mechanisms that people adopt to deal with the stresses of ambivalent workplace relationships. Ambivalent relationships are those wherein partners are simultaneously sources of both positivity and negativity for an individual. I aim to explore the effects of such relationships on people's well-being and their engagement with work. Further, I seek to understand what is an adaptive versus maladaptive way of coping within such relationships. Through my study, I hope to identify the coping strategies that enable good versus bad individual outcomes.
BSc Physics, University of Delhi, India
Grad Dip International Relations, University of London, UK
MBA, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
Work relationships, emotions, well-being, behaviour, work engagement
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