Masculine Contest Cultures
Healthy Work Podcast
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5h ago
We're baaaaaack! In Episode 46, we discuss a paper (Regina & Allen, 2023) on what a masculinity contest culture is and how it can be harmful for your emotional health. These cultures are especially harmful for men who aren't competitive or women who are. This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit healthywork.substack.com ..read more
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Not Your Normal Work
Healthy Work Podcast
by Healthy Work Podcast
3M ago
In Episode 45, we discuss a paper (Caulderwood, Meyer, & Minnen, 2022) on the experience of being asked to work at a time, in a location, or in a way that is different from how you would normally expect to work. Turns out if companies have strong consequences or limit your choices around these asks then your wellbeing takes a hit. This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit healthywork.substack.com ..read more
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Working Sick
Healthy Work Podcast
by Healthy Work Podcast
3M ago
In Episode 44, we discuss a paper (Rivkin, Diestel, Gerpott, & Unger 2022) on the experience of going to work while feeling sick. Largely, working while sick is a draining experience, but this can be made a little better if you actually are productive. Yet another case for guaranteed paid sick leave. This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit healthywork.substack.com ..read more
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Authenticity at Work
Healthy Work Podcast
by Healthy Work Podcast
4M ago
In Episode 43, we discuss a paper (Gardner & Prasad, 2022) on the outcomes of experiencing authenticity at work for Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual employees. LGB employees who were out at work were more likely to experience authenticity at work which led to more job involvement and organizational commitment. But the employees had to feel psychologically safe at work to fully realize these benefits. Also, we’re posting this on September 23, which is Bisexual Visibility Day. Bisexual people make up the majority of the LGB community, and were 32% of the sample in this study! This is a public ep ..read more
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Handling Customer Mistreatment
Healthy Work Podcast
by Healthy Work Podcast
6M ago
In Episode 42, we discuss a paper (Lu et al., 2022) on how people react and respond to customer mistreatment. If you have a positive self-view you’re more likely to view mistreatment as a challenge and react with kindness and help towards customers. But if you view it as a threat, you’re more likely to react with rudeness. This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit healthywork.substack.com ..read more
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Commuting Ruins Your Flow
Healthy Work Podcast
by Healthy Work Podcast
7M ago
In Episode 41, we discuss a paper (Gerpott et al., 2022) on how having a bad commute ruins your experience of flow at work, and harms your performance and engagement at work. This is especially the case if your work is demanding or if your psychological needs aren’t being met. This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit healthywork.substack.com ..read more
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The Cost of Bad Schedules
Healthy Work Podcast
by Healthy Work Podcast
8M ago
In Episode 40, we discuss a paper (Dugan et al., 2022) on how having a bad work schedule (e.g., long hours, no days off, night hours) is linked to your sleep and depressive symptoms. We also discuss how schedule flexibility can help reduce these effects. This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit healthywork.substack.com ..read more
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Outcomes of Childhood Trauma
Healthy Work Podcast
by Healthy Work Podcast
9M ago
In Episode 39, we have a special guest host, Dr. Kimberly French, to discuss her paper (French, Drummond, Storey, 2022) on how experiencing psychological neglect and abuse as a child leads to a reduced sense of control and social support as an adult, thus making it more likely that you’ll experience work-family conflict. We also talk about governmental policies and organizational strategies that can reduce the instances of psychological maltreatment of children. Note: In this episode we talk about childhood psychological trauma. If that’s triggering for you then you’ll probably want to skip t ..read more
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BONUS: Leadership, Stress, and Marvel Comics
Healthy Work Podcast
by Healthy Work Podcast
10M ago
In this BONUS episode Keaton talks with Drs. Gordon Schmidt and Sy Islam about their upcoming book Leaders Assemble: Leadership in the MCU. Specifically, we chat about the chapter on leadership and stress. You can pre-order the book from an independent book store here. This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit healthywork.substack.com ..read more
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Taking it Out on Your Partner
Healthy Work Podcast
by Healthy Work Podcast
10M ago
In Episode 38, we discuss a paper by Pluut, Ilies, Su, Weng, & Liang (2022) on how social stressors at work can impact how you treat your partner at home. Specifically, in line with a wealth of literature, this study shows if you have social stressors at work, you’re more likely to feel burnt out, and ultimately treat your partner poorly, especially if you’re a trusting person. Subscribe at healthywork.substack.com ..read more
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