From My Desk:
SHRM – Executive Network, April 2020 | Collaborative Leadership in a Virtual World (also published on SHRM Blog)
Business Magazine (Greenville-Columbia-Charleston), April 2020 | Leading in a Virtual World: Inject a Human Element
SHRM – Executive Network, February 2020 | Analytics is a Modern Day Answer for HR
Quartz at Work, December 2019 | The Scientific Case for Hiring a Narcissist
Psychology Today, August 2019 | All-In Leadership: 5 Drivers of a Great Team | Learn to Harness the Power of Your
Journal of Business Ethics, July 2019 | Employee Entitlement, Engagement, and Performance: The Moderating Effect of Ethical Leadership
Journal of Applied Psychology, July 2019 | Selecting Response Anchors with Equal Intervals for Summated Rated Scales
Psychology Today, September 2018 | Give Yourself a Hug | The Power of Self-Compassion at Work
Psychology Today, May 2018 | Don’t Forget the Baby | A Leadership Lesson in Thinking Broadly
Psychology Today, April 2018 | Emotion Regulation and Lessons from Hogwarts | Learn How to Deal with Strong
Emotions—the Harry Potter way!
Psychology Today, March 2018 | Its Time to Eat Some Crow | Unleash the Power of an Apology
Psychology Today, April 2018 | Personality Pop-Quiz: 7 > 8 and 6 > 5, True or False? | The HEXACO Model of
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A BIT ABOUT ME
I earned a PhD from Georgia Tech…Then Wharton let me in their hallowed halls to complete the elite AMP Program.
Full Professor and Chair, Clemson’s College of Business. 50+ publications, 4000+ others citing my work. Fellow in the Society for Industrial/Organizational Psychology.
Fortune 1 to mom & pop firms, I smash barriers at the intersection of people and the organization.
I don’t spout out opinions – I use data and interweave it with 20+ years of expertise. Humans don’t learn through osmosis – be prepared to be engaged.
From performance and effectiveness to personality and emotions – check out my column, At a Higher Level, on Psychology Today.
I want to help.
Scientifically diagnose and deliver actionable (and magical) drivers of High Involvement Leadership so to boost performance and well-being for yourself, your team, and your organization.
Understand, unlock and unleash the power of authenticity … Doing so is a proven strategy for goal attainment and long-term, healthy success.
Change happens – be ready to lead change with proven steps and tactics while practicing in a highly immersive simulation.
Thriving is found at the intersection of learning and vitality and should be THE goal for everyone, regardless of your situation. By making small shifts in your perspective, you can change everything through the power of thriving.
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The Goal: Learn to Thrive at Work and Kick Fear, Justification, Victimization and Willfullnes to the Curb.
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MY RESEARCH DRIVES MY WORK
AND HAS BEEN PUBLISHED IN SOME EXCEPTIONAL OUTLETS
“One must bear in mind that 1/2 of organizations won’t believe the connection between how they manage their people and the profits they earn.
1/2 of those who do see the connection will do what many organizations have done – try to make a single change to solve their problems, not realizing that the effective management of people requires a more comprehensive and systematic approach.
Of the firms that make comprehensive changes, probably only about 1/2 will persist with their practices long enough to actually derive economic benefits.”
– PHEFFER & VEIGA