Ellie Hoekman on Career Coaching for I-O Psychologists
Department 12 | An I-O Psychology Podcast
by Ben Butina, PhD
1M ago
In this episode of Department 12, I sit down with the Ellie Hoekman, an I-O Psychology enthusiast turned career coach, to explore the paths that lead Ellie from a rejected quantitative psychology applicant to a fervent advocate and professional in the I-O psychology space. Ellie also shares her advice for I-O students, recent graduates, and faculty members. Be sure to visit the episode page for a full transcript ..read more
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Rich Mendelson on Time-Tracking
Department 12 | An I-O Psychology Podcast
by Ben Butina, PhD
2M ago
In this episode, Ben speaks to Richard Mendelson, Ph.D. about a range of topics, including Rich's work as an expert legal witness and consultant in school violence cases. The heart of the episode is a discussion about the relationship between time-tracking and productivity. The conversation also touches on the impacts of remote work and the gig economy. Check out the episode page for a full transcript and more links ..read more
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Shavonne Holman and Macy Cheeks on BIOP!
Department 12 | An I-O Psychology Podcast
by Ben Butina, PhD
4M ago
A few years ago, I talked to Shavonne Holman and Macy Cheeks about an organization they had founded: Blacks in I/O Psychology. Since then, the organization has gone from strength to strength, and, on February 22-23, 2024, BIOP will hold its Inaugural Conference & Gala in Atlanta. Register before the end of the year for an early-bird discount ..read more
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Victoria Mattingly on Moving From Tolerance to Allophilia
Department 12 | An I-O Psychology Podcast
by Ben Butina, PhD
5M ago
Dr. Victoria Mattingly joins Dr. Ben Butina to discuss diversity, equity and inclusion in the workplace. She shares her expertise from publishing the book Inclusivelytics and running her consulting firm. Dr. Victoria opens up about battling cancer this year and how it differed from facing depression. The conversation covers how to build genuine inclusion for all identities, embracing neurodiversity, using data to drive DEI efforts, and strategies to cultivate more allies. Tune in for an insightful discussion on leading with empathy, intersectionality, and ability-based inclusion. Be sure to vi ..read more
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Carol Kulik on HR for the Non-HR Manager
Department 12 | An I-O Psychology Podcast
by Ben Butina, PhD
7M ago
In this episode of Department 12, Dr. Ben Butina interviews Professor Carol Kulik, co-author of the book Human Resources for the Non-HR Manager. Dr. Kulik discusses the importance of HR for all managers, even those who don't have a formal HR role. She also talks about the importance of making HR research accessible and applicable to everyday practice. Dr. Butina and Dr. Kulik also discuss the challenges of writing a book that is both academically rigorous and engaging to read. Dr. Kulik shares her insights on the importance of finding your voice as a writer and how to write for a specific audi ..read more
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Henri Maindidze on Mentoring as a Grad Student
Department 12 | An I-O Psychology Podcast
by Ben Butina, PhD
7M ago
Dr. Ben Butina interviews Henri Maindidze, a third-year graduate student in I/O psychology at Portland State University. Henry discusses his experiences with mentoring undergraduate students and how he helps them navigate the challenges of graduate school. He shares some of the most common questions he receives from mentees, such as how to manage their time, how to approach class assignments, and how to deal with supervisor dynamics. Henry also talks about the importance of being a critical thinker and how he helps his mentees develop this skill. He concludes by saying that the most rewarding ..read more
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Rachel Baghelai on Research in a Consulting Firm
Department 12 | An I-O Psychology Podcast
by Ben Butina, PhD
8M ago
Join Dr. Ben Butina in this enlightening episode of Department 12 as he engages in a compelling conversation with Dr. Rachel Baghelai. Dr. Baghelai recounts her unconventional journey into the world of Industrial-Organizational (IO) psychology, transitioning from banking to pursuing a graduate program at Elmhurst University. Delving into her evolution within the field, Dr. Bagley shares her shift from employee engagement surveys to becoming a passionate diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) consultant. The episode's centerpiece is Dr. Bagley's groundbreaking project at The Kaleidoscope Group ..read more
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Trevor Nagle on Acting
Department 12 | An I-O Psychology Podcast
by Ben Butina, PhD
11M ago
Trevor Nagle is a working actor with more than 40 speaking roles in movies, TV shows, and live theater to his credit. He also does voiceover work and industrial films. In this episode, I talk to Trevor about what a day on set is really like, the unique challenges of auditions, and what separates successful working actors from those who drop out. There's also a great big swerve about halfway through this episode that I think you'll enjoy. You can connect with Trevor on LinkedIn, and be sure to check out the episode page for a full show transcript. By the way, did you know there's a Department 1 ..read more
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Andrew Holter on When the Data Doesn't Fit
Department 12 | An I-O Psychology Podcast
by Ben Butina, PhD
1y ago
In this episode, Dr. Ben Butina interviews Dr. Andrew Holter about the surprising findings in his recently defended dissertation on whether self-efficacy, grit, and job satisfaction predict turnover intention among new registered nurses. Dr. Holter also discusses his background in public safety and how IO psychology is applicable in his role as a fire department administrator. Check out the full transcript on the episode page ..read more
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Logan Watts on the Side Effects of I-O Interventions
Department 12 | An I-O Psychology Podcast
by Ben Butina, PhD
1y ago
Dr. Ben Butina interviews Dr. Logan Watts, Assistant Professor of Psychology at the University of Texas at Arlington, about his background and research. They discuss the concept of “side effects” in organizational interventions, which are unintended negative consequences that may occur as a result of a treatment or intervention. They also explore the distinction between side effects and primary effects, which are intended consequences of an intervention. Dr. Watts also shares an example of how he and his colleagues discovered negative side effects of an assessment tool they created, which resu ..read more
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