Hey, it’s every #IOPsychologist’s favorite topic! This show is really about science communication, so give it a listen. If you liked this episode, you’ll love You Are Not So Smart.
In this episode, we talk to Ryan Jacobson and Asia Eaton about an experimental study they recently published about the effects of different kinds of organizational policies on employees’ willingness to report sexual harassment as a bystander. Apologies for the audio quality–Skype is a fickle friend.
- How Organizational Policies Influence Bystander Likelihood of Reporting Moderate and Severe Sexual Harassment at Work
- Faculty Profile: Asia Eaton
- Ryan Jacobson on LinkedIn
- SIOP’s Top 10 Workplace Trends for 2018
I recently interviewed Dr. Asia Eaton and Ryan Jacobson about a study they conducted on sexual harassment policies. That full episode is in production now, but I wanted to release this mini-sode on Dr. Eaton’s perspectives on IO as she joined the fold from another specialty.
Aminata Ware is working on her Master’s in Psych at Capella University. Her assignment: interview someone working in the field she’s interested in. She’s interested in IO psych and I have this podcast thing, so…I answered Aminata’s questions, butchered her name, and shared several, rambling, uninformed opinions. Enjoy!
Links to today’s sweet treats:
- Interview: Dr. Mike Urick on Managing Intergenerational Conflict in the Workplace
- Survey Tool: Typeform
- SHRM-SIOP Science of HR Series: Promoting Evidence Based HR
In this episode, we talk to Sy Islam and Mike Chetta about how they use text analytics in their consulting practice. Lots of great links to share this time around.
- Talent Metrics: Website, Twitter, LinkedIn
- Sy Islam on Twitter
- Sy Islam on LinkedIn
- Mike Chetta on Twitter
- Mike Chetta on LinkedIn
- Tools: Text Analysis with R, Basic Text Mining in R, Tropes
- Farmingdale State College Department of Psychology
- Farmingdale State College Expert Center
- Touro College and University System
Gabriel Pappalardo, Ph.D. went from mindfulness skeptic to living on a yoga ashram. How did that happen? Find out in this episode, along with Gabe’s thoughts on graduate school stress and mindfulness in the workplace. Gabriel is currently planning Mindful Activism workshops and is available for secular mindfulness consulting for companies.
Here’s where to find this episode’s treats:
- Whitepaper: Leadership Trends & Insights
- Book: Character Strengths Interventions: A Field Guide for Practitioners
- Podcast: Mind on the Job