Blog Tags: I/O psych

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The Incredible Secret to Mayo Clinic's Success

By: Marc Prine PhD

I was surprised and impressed by

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What does an I/O psychologist do, again?

By: Megan Van Hoy

I was engaged in conversation with new faces at a recent happy hour, learning about wha

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Don't Gamble With Your Hiring Choices

By: Mike Gamble

Take a second and think about how often we’re wrong.  Some examples:

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Algorithmic Hiring: What You Need to Know

By: Marc Prine PhD

The consumer goods company Unilever was recently in the news for

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Why A Formula Isn't Enough To Calculate ROI

By: Chad Thompson PhD

In April, our Consulting and Assessment team will be traveling to Orlando, Florida for

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How Opposites Undid The World

By: Marc Prine PhD

To anyone who knows me, it shouldn’t be a surprise to anybody that I have been encourag

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2016 Lessons Learned: A Year in Review, an I/O Perspective

By: Marc Prine PhD

It’s started. My favorite Philadelphia radio station is playing Christmas music.

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What Sales Reps Can Learn From Alice in Wonderland

By: Deb Schnell

Today’s pharmaceutical sales representatives might feel a bit like Alice in Wonderland

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Let's Get Situational: An Intro to SJIs

By: Marc Prine PhD

At TSP, we are all about the #powerofpersonal.

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Marc Prine, PhD Talks Strategic Job Analysis

By: Marc Prine PhD

Strategic HR requires not only being able to respond to the needs of the business today

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4 Takeaways: 2016 LEAP HR: Life Sciences Conference

By: Mike Gamble

At the end of July, LEAP HR: Life Sciences gathered some of the best HR minds in our fi

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Using Role Plays in Assessing Incumbents

By: Chad Thompson PhD

In many cases, assessments (including role plays) are used only when measuring competen

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