Jenny Baker / Wednesday, April 1, 2020 / Categories: 574 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 January 1, 2020 through February 29, 2020. 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. Popular Press Topics J. Paul Rand is included in multimedia company Best Ever You’s 20 People to Watch. Adam Grant lists his business book recommendations that have the potential to make a difference in how we think and act. Richard Boyatzis, Melvin Smith, and Ellen Van Oosten’s new book includes reflective exercises, stories, and research to help managers “coach with compassion.” Nathan Iverson hosts the Momentum Podcast, asking what would happen if we liked our job. Adam Grant’s book can give advice to those looking to stand out in their career. Employee Management, Motivation, and Turnover If something is to be your expertise, it needs to be your passion, says Nancy Doyle. Mark Freeman says self-leadership is the process of developing the self-motivation needed to perform. Looking at cute animal pictures may have beneficial work effects according to Jennifer Ragsdale and her team. Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic says data plays a role in decisions that affect how a worker is to perform. Assessments lasting an hour or 2 can feel clinical, says Neil Morelli. Gary Latham says words related to success increase money made from phone marketers. Employee Burnout, Work−Life Balance Verlin Hinsz says people fail to keep New Year’s resolutions because the goals are not specific. Tired employees are more likely to cut corners, Thomas Britt and Steve Jex find. Kevin Eschleman says people who use their free time creatively are better at solving problems at work. Leadership, Management, and Organizational Culture Michele Gelfand and Avraham Kluger advise finding the facts before having difficult talks with colleagues. Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic brings managers up to speed on changing hiring practices. Hannes Zacher says getting in touch with colleagues once a month during a sabbatical will prepare you to work again. A terrible boss is more likely to be a man than a woman, says Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic. Christiane Spitzmueller, Scott Tannenbaum, and Stephanie Payne are tackling projects focused on strengthening safety culture in the offshore oil and gas industry. Exploring the processes of consulting psychologists can help in coaching and training work, says William Berman. Nicolas Roulin says companies should be cautious if planning to use AI in the hiring process. Tara Behrend, Doug Reynolds, and Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic explore how job interviews will change in 2020 and beyond. Michael Beer suggests a strategy to have candid conversations. Penny Crow asks what is needed to become an effective leader in the future workplace. Print 629 Rate this article: No rating Comments are only visible to subscribers.