New research shows that territorial marking can impact creativity.
Schools have adopted a zero-tolerance policy towards bullying. But what about bullying in the workplace? A new study on abusive supervision suggests that supervisor aggression can create emotional exhaustion among employees, ultimately leading to feedback avoidance.
Topic: Feedback, Job Performance, Measurement Publication: Personnel Psychology (AUTUMN 2012) Article: Evidence for the effectiveness of an alternative multisource performance rating methodology Authors: B. J. Hoffman, C. A. Gorman, C. A. Blair, J. P. Meriac, B. Overstreet, & E. K. Atchley Reviewed by: Alexandra Rechlin Do you receive multisource feedback
Topic: Feedback, Leadership, Job Attitudes Publication: Personnel Psychology Article: Ask And You Shall Hear (But Not Always): Examining the Relationship Between Manager Consultation and Employee Voice Authors: Tangirala, S., & Ramanujam, R. Reviewer: Neil Morelli Whether you’re a researcher, consultant, HR professional, or manager, you know that the best sources
Topic: Feedback, Change Management
Publication: Journal of Business and Psychology (May 2011)
Article: When does 360-degree feedback create behavior change? And how would we know it when it does?
Authors: Bracken, D. W., Rose, D. S.
Reviewed by: Alexandra Rechlin
Topic: Feedback, Goals, Performance
Publication: Human Performance
Article: Achievement goals, feedback, and task performance
Authors: A.M. Cianci, J.M. Schaubroeck, and G.A. McGill
Reviewed By: Benjamin Granger
Topic: Feedback Publication: Applied Psychology: An International Review (APR09) Article: Consequences of positive and negative feedback: The impact on emotions and extra-role behaviors Authors: F. D. Belschak, D. N. Den Hartog Reviewed By: Sarah Teague Two recent studies conducted by Belschak and Den Hartog (2009) investigated the impact of positive and
Topic: Feedback, Training Publication: Human Performance Article: Faded versus increasing feedback, task variability trajectories, and transfer of training. Author: J.S. Goodman, R.E. Wood Featured by: Benjamin Granger In training situations, immediate, specific, and frequent feedback to the learner is often prescribed by the experts. However, there is evidence that this “high guidance” feedback may ultimately
Topic: Feedback, Job Performance, Performance Appraisal Publication: International Journal of Selection and Assessment Article: The influence of a manager’s own performance appraisal on the evaluation of others. Blogger: Benjamin Granger Have you ever received a poor performance appraisal from a supervisor? (Let’s hope not too many!) If you have, were you surprised? (Hey, I’m a pretty good employee! What
Topic: Feedback, Decision Making Publication: Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes Article: Use of absolute and comparative performance feedback in absolute and comparative judgments and decisions. Blogger: James Grand Few people missed Michael Phelps’ performance during this past Summer Olympics—8 gold medals in 8 races, setting 7 world records in the process (the one race he didn’t get the world record?