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Doctoral Research - Heidi Weigand, Saint Mary's University Management Program

This research is intended for leadership audiences motivated to explore and develop their own behaviours with the intent of maximizing the positive impact on their followers. The longitudinal research was conducted in the fall of 2015 with four leadership training workshops with Northwood leaders. The research purpose is to understand direct and vicarious positive leadership behaviours and how these behaviours impact employee innovation,coping and burnout levels. The results of the research findings will be available after April 30th, 2016 by contacting Heidi Weigand at

Current Research Project Updates - please contact Heidi Weigand at for updates on any of the active research projects below.

  • Borderlands Research Project REB# 14-352 - Ending Sept 25, 2015
  • Leading Health Teams Study REB# 14-010 - Extended to Oct 22, 2015
  • Youth Resiliency Motivation for Success REB# 14-313 - Ending June 27th, 2016 and REB # 14-097  - Ending May 19th 2016
  • Soccer Participation Study REB # 15-017 - Ending April 22nd, 2016