As of June 1, 1988, Estelle M. Morin has been a Full Professor in the Department of Management at HEC Montreal. Throughout her career, she has dedicated herself to promoting mental health in the workplace, employee engagement, and overall business performance.
With a PhD in Psychology from the University of Montreal (1990), she is also an associate professor at the Chair Sens et Travail at Icam (Lille) since 2018, conducting research on management practices that contribute to giving meaning to work. She is a member of the prestigious Consortium for Research on Emotional Intelligence in Organizations (1996), the Order of Psychologists of Quebec (1984), the Canadian Psychological Association (1984), and the American Psychological Association (1986).
She developed a model for measuring organizational effectiveness (1994), which has been adopted by municipal administrators as performance indicators. She also created a model outlining the characteristics of meaningful work and highlighting its importance in preserving employees' mental health and fostering their commitment (2008). Since 1996, she has been studying emotional intelligence as a factor in safeguarding mental health and achieving success in professional life.
In addition to heading the Organizational Behavior Group in the Management Department, she teaches master's-level courses in management on the foundations and methods of organizational development intervention, quality of work life, and new forms of work organization. For HEC Montreal's Executive Education, she contributes to several specialized programs and facilitates custom training as well as three public seminars: Emotional Intelligence and Leadership Practice, Workplace Well-being and Stress Management, and Managing Toxic Behaviors in the Workplace. Additionally, she teaches at McGill University as part of its renowned International Masters for Health Leadership.