Professor Charmine Härtel is an acknowledged preeminent scholar-practitioner in her field. Entrepreneurship and Family Business

Her key areas of study include entrepreneurship and family business; innovation skills, paradox mindsets, and design thinking; digital coaching and immersive learning technologies; inclusive work design and disabilities, neurodiversity, trauma, and mental health.

She is a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Social Sciences (ASSA), the (U.S.) Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP), the Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM), the Australian Human Resources Institute (AHRI), and the Society for Organizational Behavior in Australia (SOBA).

Her awards include the inaugural 2019 HR Academic of the Year Award from the Australian Human Resources Institute; the Au19stralian Psychological Society’s Elton Mayo Award for scholarly excellence, the Martin E. P. Seligman Applied Research Award, and 19 best paper awards.

Her research appears in over 200 publications.