Trauma-Informed Leadership
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9M ago
Over 70% of US adults have experienced trauma, and yet we try to ignore that fact in the majority of work places.  In this episode Tim and Casey discuss how the principles of trauma-informed care can inform a trauma-informed leadership. Six Principles of a trauma-informed approach. Register for the Humanity at Work Conference - scholarships and team discounts are available! Join the Psychology at Work conversation online:InstagramLinkedIn Facebook Visit us at adeeperway.com to take your development to a deeper level ..read more
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Special: Humanity at Work Preview
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10M ago
The greatest predictor of The Great Resignation is a toxic workplace culture (Sull, Sull, & Zweig, 2022).  The Humanity at Work Conference provides solutions for what individuals can do to contribute to a health workplace culture.  In this special episode, Tim and Casey offer a preview of the conference, including what you can expect from the experience, an overview of some of the features sessions, and highlights of the speakers and panelists. Register for the Humanity at Work Conference - scholarships and team discounts are available! Join the Psychology at Work conversation ..read more
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Purpose: Revisited
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10M ago
Casey and Tim have talked a fair amount about "purpose" over the years.  In this episode, they revisit some of the ideas they have endorsed before, and share how their perspectives have evolved.  You don't want to miss their updated ideas on purpose! Register for the Humanity at Work Conference - scholarships are now available! Get your PsyPlex for free at https://adeeperway.com/profile Join the Psychology at Work conversation online:InstagramLinkedIn Facebook Visit us at adeeperway.com to take your development to a deeper level ..read more
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You're Not My Type (I prefer Traits)
Psychology at Work
by Casey Lankow & Tim Johansson
10M ago
Personality!  It can seem like a very broad, unidentifiable thing - but it actually is a thing that can be measured.  In this episode Tim and Casey discuss the difference between measuring personality from a Type perspective and a Trait perspective.  One has many more limitations! Register for the Humanity at Work Conference - scholarships are now available! Get your PsyPlex for free at https://adeeperway.com/profile Join the Psychology at Work conversation online:InstagramLinkedIn Facebook Visit us at adeeperway.com to take your development to a deeper level ..read more
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The Truth About Opinions
Psychology at Work
by Casey Lankow & Tim Johansson
11M ago
Casey and Tim do a quick check-in on how they've been doing on their intentions since the last episode.  They then discuss a question they recently receive in a team development session about truth and opinions.  Listen in as they clarify they differences. Register for the Humanity at Work Conference! Join the Psychology at Work conversation online:InstagramLinkedIn Facebook Visit us at adeeperway.com to take your development to a deeper level ..read more
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Thank You For the Feedback
Psychology at Work
by Casey Lankow & Tim Johansson
11M ago
Casey and Tim do a quick check-in on what's been going on for them since the last episode, which you might find relatable.  They then dive into listener questions that focus around the common them of truth.  Listen in to hear the discussion! Register for the Humanity at Work Conference! Order your ADW | Companion + Profile Join the Psychology at Work conversation online:InstagramLinkedIn Facebook Visit us at adeeperway.com to take your development to a deeper level ..read more
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The Most Badass Thing You Can Do
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1y ago
Casey and Tim do a quick check-in on what's been going on for them since the last episode- and then dive into discussing two remaining aspects of motivation: connection and acceptance.    Register for the Humanity at Work Conference! Order your ADW | Companion + Profile ..read more
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What About That Pizza? Clarity, Hope, and Motivation
Psychology at Work
by Casey Lankow & Tim Johansson
1y ago
Casey and Tim are back for Season 6!  In this Season 6 opener, Casey and Tim do a quick check-in on what's been going on for them since season 5 - and then dive into discussing two aspects of motivation: hope and clarity.    Register for the Humanity at Work Conference! Order your ADW | Companion + Profile ..read more
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Psychological Values (Needs): The Stuff Defensiveness Is Made Of
Psychology at Work
by Casey Lankow & Tim Johansson
1y ago
Casey and Tim conceptualize personality as having multiple layers, in this episode they break down one of the deeper layers: Psychological Values. Listen as they discuss the historical foundations of Murray's System of Needs and how these impact how we show up.  David Rock's SCARF model gets a mention, along with a few other relevant tangents. Opening Quote:  "Every human being is:   1) like every other human being 2) like some other human beings 3) like no other human being " ~Kluckhohn & Murray Psychological Values -Information -Connection -Ambition -Acknowledgement -Cer ..read more
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Let's open the (e)mail bag! 1.0
Psychology at Work
by Casey Lankow & Tim Johansson
1y ago
Casey and Tim open up PAW Pod mail bag (i.e. email inbox) and answer listener questions!  Listen as they drill down into psychological safety, helping your work team become more comfortable with using assessments, and getting to a place of "yes" - and even a discussion on the implications of the evolving world of work! Take WSQ-Discovery for yourself - go to careprofiler.com and click on "Discover Your Strengths" on the top right! Join the conversation on our social networks https://www.facebook.com/psychologyatworkpodcasthttps://twitter.com/thepawpod https://www.instagram.com/careprofi ..read more
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