Where do researchers get ideas for new studies? How do multiple co-authors work together on a single paper? How should we deal with rejection? In this episode, Mindy Shoss, Ph.D., an Associate Professor at the University of Central Florida, gives us a behind-the-scenes look at a paper she recently published […]
Do you like Department 12 but wish it was, you know, a little less boring? Then check out The I/O Soapbox, a YouTube video series that talks about I/O stuff in entertaining and clever ways. (You know, if you’re into that sort of thing.) Can gathering the predictions of other researchers, policy-makers, and […]
A warm welcome to Stefanie Mockler, a doctoral candidate at DePaul University. Stefanie is a leadership consultant, executive coach, and Head of Insights at Vantage Leadership Consulting. She’s also the founder and owner at The Female Leader’s Edge, where she coaches women leaders to overcome organizational barriers and reach their goals. What […]
James Hughes is a busy man. In this past few weeks, he’s moved, started a podcast, and began his doctoral program at the University of Connecticut. He’s also teaching his first class tomorrow. And did I mention he’s the co-founder of AGL & Associates, a consulting firm that helps startups optimize their business models? […]
Looking for something? Some journal articles, maybe? A pre-print or two? Don’t be shy. Come closer. I’ll hook you up. Let’s start by checking in with your alma mater. They’ve gotten enough of your money and blood. The least they can do is offer alumni access to their academic databases. […]
Are there any benefits to giving job candidates a realistic job preview? In this episode, we’ll look at a meta-analysis to answer that question.
Is there any relationship between employee satisfaction and customer satisfaction?
If you’re going to give a wage increase, should you do it all at once, or split it up into multiple, successive increases?
Can training help managers deliver bad news? Listen up to find out.
OCB is about going the extra mile.