Linking Personality with Organizations, Occupations, and Income
Two recent studies highlight how personality and occupations intertwine.
Workers Pursuing a ‘Calling’ Face a Double-Edged Sword
While those with a calling may be more engaged in professional development, they show less flexibility and struggle to find a job that meets their ideals.
How Much is Too Much Bragging on A Resume?
Assessments of 60 resumes submitted for actual jobs revealed a difference between self-promotion and ingratiation.
Teams Can Bounce Back From Early Conflicts Better Than Ever
Cognitive reappraisal training could benefit teams more than formal conflict resolution or team-building exercises would.
Why Introverts Shy Away From Leadership
Introverted people don’t expect to enjoy being in charge — but research suggests these predictions are often wrong.
Playing Up the Benefits of Play at Work
Popular notions of work may not allow for play, but research suggests it can benefit workers, teams, and organizations.