A Review of the Empirical Literature on Meaningful Work

[We’re pleased to welcome authors Catherine Bailey of King’s College London, Ruth Yeoman of the University of Oxford, Adrian Madden of the University of Greenwich, Marc Thompson of the University of Oxford, and Gary Kerridge of the University of Warwick. They recently published an article in the Human Resource and Development Review entitled “A Review of the Empirical Literature … Continue reading A Review of the Empirical Literature on Meaningful Work

The Psychology of Diversity Resistance and Integration

[We’re pleased to welcome authors Christine Wiggins-Romesburg of the University of Louisville and Rod P. Githens of the University of the Pacific. They recently published an article in the Human Resource and Development Review entitled “The Psychology of Diversity Resistance and Integration," which is currently free to read for a limited time. Below, Ms. Wiggins-Romesburg reflects on … Continue reading The Psychology of Diversity Resistance and Integration

Leadership and Employee Work Passion: Propositions for Future Empirical Investigations

[We’re pleased to welcome author Dr. Richard Egan of the University of Canberra, Mark Turner and Deborah Blackman of the University of New South Wales. They recently published an article in the Human Resource Development Review, entitled “Leadership and Employee Work Passion: Propositions for Future Empirical Investigations,” which is currently free to read for a … Continue reading Leadership and Employee Work Passion: Propositions for Future Empirical Investigations

The Warm Glow of Restaurant Checkout Charity: Do You Participate?

It's often seen and experienced that retail stores, restaurants, and supermarkets ask for a donation to the cause of the season when you checkout. How often do you donate and agree to that $1-$5 on the pin pad? If you do donate, do you feel like an avid supporter of both the store you're shopping … Continue reading The Warm Glow of Restaurant Checkout Charity: Do You Participate?

Keeping Boomers Engaged and Millennials Committed in the Workplace

We're pleased to highlight this Human Resource Development Review author feature. To view all other author features from HRDR, click here. Below, Dr. Chaudhuri and Dr. Ghosh provide further insight on their article, "Reverse Mentoring: A Social Exchange Tool for Keeping the Boomers Engaged and Millennials Committed," that is found in Volume 11, Issue 1 … Continue reading Keeping Boomers Engaged and Millennials Committed in the Workplace

Webinar Highlights: Presenting Data Effectively

[The following post is re-blogged from Social Science Space. Click here to view the original article.] Crystal clear graphs, slides, and reports are valuable – they save an audience’s mental energies, keep a reader engaged, and make you look smart. This webinar held on June 6, 2017, covers the science behind presenting data effectively and … Continue reading Webinar Highlights: Presenting Data Effectively

Case in Point: Developing a Unique Healthcare Model

[The following post is re-blogged from SAGE Connection. Click here to view the original article.] When the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (aka “Obamacare”) went into effect, the healthcare industry experienced the largest expansion of US government involvement since Medicare and Medicaid. This shift in government involvement created a ripe environment for government-subsidized clinics … Continue reading Case in Point: Developing a Unique Healthcare Model

Assessing Leadership Styles in Business Meetings

According to a recent study published in the Journal of Leadership & Organizational Studies,  the typical employee spends an average of 6 hours per week in scheduled meetings (Rogelberg et al., 2006), allowing a considerable amount of time to assess the leadership and presenting skills of the supervisor. Authors Isabelle Odermatt, Cornelius  König, Martin Kleinmann, Romana … Continue reading Assessing Leadership Styles in Business Meetings

Benefits of Starting Work Meetings On Time

[We’re pleased to welcome author Nale Lehmann-Willenbrock of the University of Amsterdam, Netherlands. Lehmann-Willenbrock recently published an article in the International Journal of Business Communication entitled, "Well, Now What Do We Do? Wait . . .:A Group Process Analysis of Meeting Lateness," co-authored by Joseph Allen. From Lehmann-Willenbrock:] What inspired you to be interested in this … Continue reading Benefits of Starting Work Meetings On Time