Category: Development

The New Deal at Work: Breaking Traditional Organizational Development Boundaries (IO Psychology)

Topic: Development, Organizational Commitment Publication: Journal of Vocational Behavior Article: Protean and Boundaryless Career Attitudes and Organizational Commitment: The Effects of Perceived Supervisor Support Authors: K. Ovgu Cakmak-Otluoglu Reviewed By: Lauren A. Wood, M.S. The last few decades have brought many changes to the world of work. For vocational scholars,

Want increased performance? Provide social support (IO Psychology)

Topic: Development Publication: Journal of Applied Sport Psychology (2009) Article: An Intervention to Increase Social Support and Improve Performance Authors: Paul Freeman, Tim Rees, and Lew Hardy Reviewed By: Scott Charles Sitrin, M.A. Can social support improve performance? According to Rees and Hardy, the four types of social support are

To Praise or Not to Praise (IO Psychology)

Topic: Development Publication: Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (1998) Article: Praise for Intelligence Can Undermine Children’s Motivation and Performance Authors: C. M. Mueller & C. S. Dweck Reviewed By: Scott Charles Sitrin, M.A. Imagine that you are the head of a department and have nine employees that report to

Making the Most of an Internal Move (Job Performance)

Topic: Development, Job Performance Publication: Harvard Business Review Title: Get ready for your next assignment Authors: K. S. Milway, A. G. Gregory, J. Davis-Peccoud, and K. Yazbak Reviewed by: Liz Brashier How do we make the most of an internal move? While most managers and executives know about internal role

Intelligence: What’s your mindset?

Topic: Development,human resource management Publication: Child Development (2007) Article: Implicit theories of intelligence predict achievement across an adolescent transition: A longitudinal study and an intervention Authors: L. S. Blackwell, K. H. Trzesniewski, & C. S. Dweck Reviewed By: Scott Charles Sitrin Let’s take a test. Please indicate your level of

Want to up your game? You’re more likely to with a little help from your friends.

Topic: Development, Sports Psychology
Publication: Journal of Sports Sciences (2007)
Article: Stressors, social support, and effects upon performance in golf
Authors: T. Rees, L. Hardy, & P. Freeman
Reviewed By: Scott Charles Sitrin