Natasha Gjorevska is a PhD Candidate at Corvinus University of Budapest. She is teaching Organizational Behavior, Management and Organization, and International Human Resource Management at the Corvinus Business School. Her research area is in the field of organizational behavior and her research is focused on workplace spirituality, ethical and transcendental motivation, social entrepreneurship, and alternative food networks and initiatives. She is a long time yoga practitioner and an ethical vegan. Natasha is a member of the European SPES Institute and is an individual endorser of the Responsible Research for Business and Management (RRBM) Networks’ position paper.
Shifting of business ethics: from traditional goals in the workplace to a focus on purpose, self awareness and spirituality.