What’s the difference between an expert and a thought leader? What’s the big deal about curiosity? What’s the shadow side of curiosity? What does too much curiosity look like? If you’re curious, check out this episode with Dr. Alison Horstmeyer (Website, LinkedIn). Transcript This transcript is AI-generated and may not […]
Roni Reiter-Palmon on Creativity
How should an I-O psychologist think about creativity? How do we define, operationalize, and measure it? What’s the relationship between creativity and expertise? What is problem construction and why is it so crucial to creativity? What’s the role of time, attention, and perspective-taking? In this episode, I talk to Dr. […]
Jared Lock on Organizational Culture
Jared Lock began his I-O journey at the University of Tulsa, studying under Bob and Joyce Hogan. These days, he heads up The JDL Group, a consulting firm he founded that employs a network of 40 licensed I-O psychologists. We start our conversation by learning about Jared’s personal I-O journey […]
What (Else) Can I Do With an IO Psych Degree?
You can become the Vice President and Chief Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) Officer at Unisys. Or maybe the Executive Vice President of Human Resources and Talent Management at Ocean’s Healthcare. Or maybe you can develop the NFL Player Assessment Test.
Mike Urick on A Manager’s Guide to Using the Force
Mike Urick, Ph.D. is an Assistant Professor of Management and Operational Excellence and the Graduate Director of the Master of Science in Management program at the Alex G. McKenna School of Business, Economics and Government at Saint Vincent College in Latrobe, PA. In this episode I talk to Mike about […]