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Towards Optimized Effectiveness of Organizational Training Programs: A Meta-Analysis Study on Delivery Features
In this meta-analysis study, we investigate under which delivery features (training method, training type, intensity, duration, presence of feedback and practice) organizational training programs targeting career development and well-being achieve the most effective results.
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What Predicts Better Engagement at Work? Implications for Policy and Intervention
An increasing body of literature shows that recovery from work via off-job activities mitigate the negative effects of work stress. Using a daily-diary study design, we examined the effect of different types of off-job activities performed in the evening on reattachment to work and work engagement the next day. We discuss the implications of results in terms of policies and interventions targeting occupational health and well-being.
Empowering Women and Reducing Gender Gap in Leadership
In this ongoing series of experiments, we test whether two brief social psychological interventions which were successful in decreasing gender gap in academic achievement in STEM fields work in the leadership context. We measure participants’ outcome performance in a virtual environment setting.