Tom Morin

Associate faculty

Tom Morin’s research is focused on understanding the cultural worldview provided by the world of work and its potential as a source of self-esteem within the theoretical framework provided by terror management theory. His preferred methodologies are phenomenology and phronetic social science. His master's research investigated organizational leadership roles as a source of self-esteem. His doctoral research seeks to understand a change in the lived experience of workplace conflict after participants attend a workshop that presents an existential perspective of the world of work.


Prior to beginning his academic journey, Morin worked in large organizations for more than 30 years. He is a co-founder of Work Innovation Partners and the creator of He speaks and writes about creating a better world of work for ourselves and for future generations and is a trusted adviser to individuals seeking to reclaim their working lives and build thriving organizations.


In progress
Doctor of Social Sciences

Royal Roads University

Master of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies

Royal Roads University

Graduate Certificate in Executive Coaching

Royal Roads University