Dr. Victoria Mattingly joins Dr. Ben Butina to discuss diversity, equity and inclusion in the workplace. She shares her expertise from publishing the book Inclusalytics and running her consulting firm. Dr. Victoria opens up about battling cancer this year and how it differed from facing depression. The conversation covers how […]
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East Asians are underrepresented in senior leadership roles in the U.S. Why? One reason may be that we stereotype East Asians as lacking in creativity. A Creativity Stereotype Perspective on the Bamboo Ceiling: Low Perceived Creativity Explains the Underrepresentation of East Asian Leaders in the United States. Journal of Applied […]
I gotta tellI gotta tell ya folks, this paternity leave stuff is unpopular. Are you kidding me? Paternity leave is so unpopular, almost no men study it! [Fact]. Paternity leave is so unpopular that research on the topic is messier than a gas station bathroom. Take my organizing framework for future […]
Idle time, when you can’t get your work done, is a little like being stuck in a waiting room: you get bored, your mood sours, and you imagine yourself being anywhere else in the universe. But is there an upside to idle time? We know, for example, that when employees can’t carry out […]
In this episode of Department 12, Dr. Ben Butina interviews Professor Carol Kulik, co-author of the book Human Resources for the Non-HR Manager. Dr. Kulik discusses the importance of HR for all managers, even those who don’t have a formal HR role. She also talks about the importance of making […]