I/O psychology

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Post date: April 7, 2017
As technology advances and marketplaces grow and change, many organizations face adaptive challenges—business circumstances that require clear and consistent leadership through a period of uncertainty and change. Generally, these challenges cannot effectively be addressed through traditional...
Post date: December 21, 2016
As we approach the 170th birthday of Thomas Edison this February, how can we not acknowledge him as the father of intelligent risk-taking?  After all, Edison summed things up quite well after numerous failed attempts on the electric light bulb and said: “I have not failed. I've just found 10,000 ...
Post date: January 18, 2017
In today’s hyper fast-paced business world, it is common to experience an ongoing influx of information needing to be reviewed and processed as well as corresponding and often crucial decisions that are screaming for attention. With the never-ending deluge of emails, complex reports, spreadsheets,...
Post date: July 7, 2017
High-stress situations in the workplace can be high-wire acts for employees and managers. Whether adapting to a new leadership team and philosophy, or handling the consequences of a corporate merger or consolidation, change can trigger an unsettling sense of uncertainty and anxiety.   Effective...
Post date: November 30, 2016
Because it is universal, unconscious bias impacts the workplace at all levels. Everyone has biases due to the way the brain is hardwired. Unconscious bias directly affects not only who gets hired, developed and promoted but also the ability of a team to be high performing, the effectiveness of...
Post date: August 18, 2017
Why is it that when testing out a concept for a new restaurant, people are willing to spend more money if the restaurant is named Studio 97 rather than Studio 17? How is it that a tall person with a deep voice is perceived to be more capable than someone who is shorter with a higher voice? How come...
Post date: July 26, 2016
Jim Harter, Ph.D., chief scientist of Gallup's international workplace management and wellbeing practices, answers questions about how the rereleased edition of First, Break All the Rules expounds on new research from the past 15 years on what is really happening with workforce engagement.  HR...