Matt Bloom is Associate Professor of Business Management at the University of Notre Dame. Bloom is the Principle Investigator of the Wellbeing at Work Program (wellbeing.nd.edu) in which he and his team studying flourishing among the helping and caring professions. Matt has received over $6.2 million in grant funding to support his research. He leads an interdisciplinary team of ten researchers and staff who work together to learn how to sustain helping and care-giving professionals in their work. The team uses large-scale surveys, narrative interviews, and daily life studies to explore wellbeing. The team is also actively engaged in translational research--working with partner organizations to turn research insights into practice.
Innovation; creativity; employee motivation; intrinsic motivation; employee engagement
Wellbeing at work among the caring professions with a special interest in the wellbeing of humanitarian and social service professionals (funded by the Templeton Religion Trust)
The Practice of Human Development and Dignity (VIRTUAL)
From Aid to Accompaniment
Second International Conference on Human Dignity and Human Development
Putting Dignity into Practice
Feb 18, 2021
A new volume from the Kellogg Institute Book Series on Democracy and Development examines the meaning of the term “human dignity” and asks how those who work in the field can put it into practice.
A Pastor Confessed to His Church He Was Tired, and He Planned a Break. Then, The Coronavirus Hit D.C.
Apr 11, 2020
Faculty Fellow Matt Bloom (Business Management) was mentioned in an article on The Washington Post titled: "A Pastor Confessed to His Church He Was Tired, and He Planned a Break. Then, The Coronavirus Hit D.C."