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Mrs Deepali D'mello

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Research project: Technology and Well-being

Abstract

Technology has encompassed us and will exceedingly influence our decisions in almost all aspects of our lives. The popular question 'if technology is a boon or bane' is no longer the need for the hour. Rather how to use it effectively and in ways that don't impact well-being is imperative to understand. Being aware of traits, attitudes and behaviours that shape people and how that can impact their decisions towards the ill and good effects of technology is equally important.

I am interested in exploring the impact of technology on well-being and productivity at work and how personality influences those relationships. My research aims to influence policy makers to take decisions that should increase well-being and use technology not only for business advantage but personal advantage too.

  • Research degree: PhD
  • Title of project: Technology and Well-being
  • Research supervisor: Dr Stephen Gourlay

Biography

Prior to moving into full-time academia, I worked for 14 years within customer service, sales and marketing and business development in different industries in India and UK. I want to blend my work experience and academic knowledge to make a real difference - not only to others - but also in my understanding of humans at work and beyond.

My time is spent between reading, writing, cooking, being with family and friends, travelling (even if that means discovering a new street in Covent Garden after visiting it 100 times already or discovering a big city miles and miles away). I give priority to follow my passions and give back to society and my people in whatever way I can.  

Areas of research interest

  • New Communication Technology
  • Well-being at work
  • Personality at work
  • Decision making
  • Mixed method designs

Qualifications

  • MRes in Business and Management, Kingston University, United Kingdom
  • MSc in Occupational and Business Psychology, Kingston University, United Kingdom
  • BA in Psychology, Mumbai University, India

Funding or awards received

  • Peter Saville Award for Excellence in Research
  • Kingston Business School funding for British Psychological Society (BPS) Division of Occupational Psychology (DOP) Conference 2019

Publications

Number of items: 4.

Conference or Workshop Item

Dmello, Deepali and Russell, Emma (2019) Be Challenged, be engaged: does personality influence work engagement? In: 19th Congress of the European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology (EAWOP) : Working for the greater good; 29 May - 01 Jun 2019, Turin, Italy. (In Press)

Dmello, Deepali and Russell, Emma (2019) Be challenged, be engaged: how work demands increase your engagement. In: British Psychological Society (BPS) Division of Occupational Psychology (DOP) Annual Conference 2019: Thriving at Work; 9-11 Jan 2019, Chester, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Dmello, Deepali and Russell, Emma (2019) The rise of the ‘E-resistor’: towards a new perspective on work-based NCT non-use. In: 19th Congress of the European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology (EAWOP) : Working for the greater good; 29 May - 01 Jun 2019, Turin, Italy. (In Press)

D'mello, Deepali and Russell, Emma (2018) Does personality influence the relationship between challenge and hindrance demands and work engagement levels? In: 9th Annual Faculty of Business Research Conference: Contemporary Issues in Business; 04 Jun 2018, Kingston upon Thames, U.K.. (Unpublished)

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