Jun 23, 2016
In today's episode, Pilar talks to Richard A MacKinnon from
the Future Work Centre, about the World of Work model and taking an
evidence-based approach to making changes in our
Pilar talks about her experience in in-person conferences (she gets very tired...).
How proxemics inform our online communication - see Sococo screenshot.
Changing the Context of communication in virtual teams, to allow for different people to engage.
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19:40mins What does The Future Work Centre do?
Pilar met Richard at the E-Resilience Conference. Hear more
about this in a previous episode.
The problem with 'top tips'.
"The public has a real appetite for science."
Think Like a Scientist! http://www.futureworkcentre.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/Lies_damn_lies_and_statistics.pdf
The World of Work Model: http://www.futureworkcentre.com/who-we-are/world-of-work/
"People don't get up in the morning with the goal of making bad decisions."
On employee engagement: http://www.futureworkcentre.com/2016/04/employee-engagement-emperors-new-clothes/
Next seminar on 22 Sept 2016, London: http://www.futureworkcentre.com/events/evidence-matters/employee-engagement/
Insight into Action events: http://www.futureworkcentre.com/events/insight-into-action/
Beware of 'confirmation bias' and 'action bias'.
Annual performance reviews: what's the evidence to say they don't work?
Events at the Future of Work Centre
New research area: Management and Leadership