Burnout | Latest from the Lab | Performance

Latest From the Lab: What If Work Was a Symbiotic Relationship?

By Brigid Lynn, Ph.D, MPH

Get closer to work-life symbiosis — a relationship that is regenerative to both employees and an organization — by following these three steps.

July 21st, 2022

Culture and Leadership | DEI | Latest from the Lab

Latest From the Lab: The Dark Corners of Safety

By Emma Sarro, Ph.D.

When we’ve invested time and effort into a project, it’s hard to let go — even if continuing will create more losses.

June 23rd, 2022

Culture and Leadership | Empathy | Hybrid | Hybrid Work | Latest from the Lab

Latest from the Lab: The Trap of Rosy Retrospection Bias

By Emma Sarro, Ph.D.

New research suggests this one cognitive bias may give you grit, but keep you from making the career change you need or send you back to a job not right for you.

April 21st, 2022

DEI | Latest from the Lab | Neuroscience

Latest from the Lab: Neuroscience is Seeing an Exodus of Women. Here’s Why.

By Emma Sarro, Ph.D., Joy VerPlanck, D.E.T.

Anecdotal evidence speaks loudly, but here’s what the data says about women in neuroscience and why they’re leaving.

March 1st, 2022

Allyship | Latest from the Lab

Latest From the Lab: When the Intent and Impact of Allyship Don’t Align

By Michaela Simpson, Ph.D

So many of us are trying to be better allies in the workplace. But research shows a discrepancy between the intent of allies and the impact of their actions. Here's how to be a better ally.

November 30th, 2021

Latest from the Lab

Latest From the Lab: A Danger Sign You May be Overlooking – Employees Faking Happiness at Work

By Emma Sarro, Ph.D., Ryan Curl, Ph.D.

Decades of research show that feigning positive emotions at work can have a positive impact on a person's career aspirations. But beneath the veneer of positivity, what dangers lurk for organizations who only see what's on the surface for their employees?

November 3rd, 2021