Using science to unlock the
power of social connection

Social connections are what drive us as human beings.

They shape who we are, what we believe and value, what motivates us and the kind of goals we pursue in life. Taking this insight as a starting point, SIGN’s research and SIGNIFY’s interventions are based on a simple proposition: that by unlocking the power of our social connections we can enhance performance and health in our workplaces, our institutions, and our communities.

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Identity Matters: Building Group Belonging to Tackle Loneliness

25 August 2021 11:00am12:30pm
The Social Identity Groups and Network (SIGN) premier SIGNpost seminar will be an industry specific event for managers and leads of services and organisations focusing on how social identity research can be translated and applied to tackle loneliness.

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The University of Queensland
St Lucia QLD 4067