By the year 2020, Millennials will comprise over 80% of the workplace, and the paradigm for organizational life has already changed in considerable ways. With rapid advancements in technology, globalization, shifting communication styles, and a groundswell of new ethical dilemmas Dr. Brendel enjoys challenging public perspectives around leadership and organizational culture in several popular press outlets.
Over the past decade, Dr. Brendel has published research on organization and leadership development. Below are some of his more recent works. To preview a copy of a journal article, contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Brendel, W., & Cornett-Murtada, V. (2018). Professors Practicing Mindfulness: An Action Research Study on Transformed Teaching, Research, and Service. Journal of Transformative Education, 1541344618762535.
Brendel, W., Hankerson, S., Byun, S., Cunningham, B. (2016). Cultivating leadership dharma: measuring the impact of mindfulness practice on creativity, resilience, tolerance for ambiguity, anxiety, and stress. Journal of Management Development, 35(8)
Brendel, W. & Chou, C. (2016). Transforming Organizational Change through Collaborative Digital Storytelling. Journal of Educational Technology Development and Exchange, 9(1), 13-26.
Brendel, W. (2016). Mindfulness based consulting. In Jamieson, D., Buono, A. & Barnett, R. (Eds.), Consultation for Organizational Change Revisited, Vol II. IAP Publishers. Research in Management Consulting and Contemporary Trends in Organization Development and Change Series.
Brendel, W., & Bennett, C. (2016). Learning to Embody Leadership through Mindfulness and Somatics Practice. Advances in Developing Human Resources, 1523422316646068.