Managing the people part of change

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By Matt Poepsel, PhD

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The rise of I/O Psychology

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If you haven’t heard of Industrial/Organizational (I/O) Psychology yet, chances are you will soon. Today more than ever, businesses are employing I/O Psychologists to assist them in taking a scientific approach to assessing (and improving) human behavior in the workplace.

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Trust: An economic driver, not a social virtue

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I recently worked with a management team that was going through a difficult time. Due to the company’s response to major market changes and a sweeping reorganization, people were feeling unsure of where they stood. Everyone on the team – including the CEO – was feeling uncomfortable. And there was very little trust amongst them….

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Confessions of a PI convert

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By Ed Nathanson As someone who has been in the recruiting business for over 20 years now, I can’t even attempt to list all of the different “must have” tools over the years (and a lot of them turns out were far from “must have”). As a business function, we are always looking to gain an…

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