Posts byDavide Cannata

Interview with Sebastian Salicru on New Trends and Directions in Leadership Development – Integral Version

ScienceForWork is a non-profit association that promotes the use of evidence-based practices in HR management and people-related decisions. We do so by writing articles that sum up useful and reliable scientific findings in less than 1000 words, and by interviewing practitioners that are making HR more evidence-based. ScienceForWork: Moving HR Management from opinion-based arguments to evidence-based discussions This
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Interview with Sebastian Salicru on New Trends and Directions in Leadership Development

ScienceForWork is a non-profit association that promotes the use of evidence-based practices in HR management and people-related decisions. We do so by writing articles that sum up useful and reliable scientific findings in less than 1000 words, and by interviewing practitioners that are making HR more evidence-based. ScienceForWork: Moving HR Management from opinion-based arguments to evidence-based discussions This
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Happier at work: how positive psychology can help us to create a happy work environment

What do you think when you hear the word “psychologist”? Probably, the first image that comes up in your mind is a person that is called to fix problems. In organizations psychologists come in when something is going wrong: They need to reduce turnover, burnout, resistances to change. However, 21st century psychology wants to go
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Don’t use the crystal ball: Top selection methods to predict employees performance

Hiring can be a crucial moment for the life of an organization. The problem is: how can we do it? For decades psychologists believed that each company and each position would need its peculiar instrument to assess the fit of the candidates. But starting from the 70s new statistical tools allowed HR scholars to discover that actually some tools used for the personnel selection ork better than others to predict the performance of future employees in almost every organization.
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