Jenny Baker / Tuesday, July 2, 2019 / Categories: TIP, 571 Members in the Media Mariah Clawson Awareness of I-O psychology has been on the rise thanks to articles written and featuring our SIOP members. These are member media mentions found from April 15, 2019 through June 30, 2019. We scan the media on a regular basis but sometimes articles fall through our net. If we’ve missed your or a colleague’s media mention, please send them to us! We push them on our social media and share them in this column, which you can use to find potential collaborators, spark ideas for research, and keep up with your fellow I-O practitioners. Gender & Diversity Issues Madeline Heilman says women in so-called masculine occupations are considered either capable or likeable, but rarely both. Popular Press Topics Adam Grant says productivity is about attention management. Marla Albertie shares how to create your career. David Costanza says there is no research that backs up the idea that Millennials or Gen Xers are a distinct group. Rich Cober asks what it takes to fill the job of a data scientist. Adam Grant explains the three-step process to remember anything you really want to remember. Sy Islam says investing in support for nurses, such as new technologies, can reduce burnout. Robert Redfearn explores if being highly sensitive is associated with stress and burnout in the nursing field. Jeffrey Conte says type-A people are often on time for their flight. Type Bs usually arrive later. Adam Grant reveals why you don’t have to be original to be creative. Richard Boyatzis encourages you to think over your life and career and consider who were the people who helped you the most in your development. Employee Management, Motivation, and Turnover Adam Grant says being of service to others is a huge source of motivation. Alicia Grandey says employees who fake positive emotions at work are more likely to report heavy drinking. Greg Barnett says as workers retire, industries must follow important steps to overcome staffing shortages and attract talent. David Jones says ads that focus on what employers can provide job seekers result in better employee-company matches. Adam Grant says the higher your expectations, the more disappointed you are by everything you don’t enjoy about a job. Rebecca Brossoit shows improved worker safety is linked to a good night’s sleep. Employee Burnout, Work-Life Balance Michael Pratt shares how people redirect their careers after getting laid off. Sabine Sonnentag found that separating from work while not at work helps bounce back from stress. Eden King, Kristen Jones, and Sabrina Volpone share signs that a workplace culture supports working mothers. Wayne Cascio, Joel Brockner, and Rebecca Bennett share ways to cope with the stress from layoffs. Michael Leiter and Christina Maslach uncover signs of job burnout. Valentina Bruk-Lee shares three tips to beat stress at work. Leadership, Management, and Organizational Culture Jay Finkelman explains a psychologically healthy workplace. John Scott and James Scrivani share thoughts on building better leaders. Steven Rogelberg says snacks at meetings are a good predictor of positive feelings about meetings. Liu-Qin Yang says employers should conduct regular trainings to help supervisors improve communication and management skills when interacting with employees. Ronald Riggio shares four mistakes people often make when giving feedback. Sharon K. Parker and Daniela Andrei explain why managers make jobs more boring than they need to be. J. Ibeh Agbanyim lists three ways leaders can ensure a healthy work environment for their employees. Danielle King says it’s important for leaders to show understanding when communicating with employees. Print 6112 Rate this article: No rating Comments are only visible to subscribers.