Arthur B. Markman
Bring Your Brain to Work
Using Cognitive Science to Get a Job, Do It Well, and Advance Your Career
Harvard Business Review Press 2019
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What does it take to both fit in and yet also prosper and grow as a person in the workplace?
In this interview, I discuss this question and others with noted psychologist Arthur B. Markman.
Markman is a professor of Psychology and Marketing at the University of Texas at Austin, where he also runs the university’s Human Dimensions of Organizations program. Besides his books, Art writes blogs for Psychology Today and Fast Company, and has a radio show/podcast called Two Guys on Your Head.
Topics covered in this episode include:
- The emotions that often get exhibited in relation to each of the Big 5 traits of Openness, Conscientiousness, Extraversion, Agreeableness and Neuroticism – as well as how a “dream team” working on a special project will embody a variety of those traits.
- What it means to be a boss who punishes negligence instead of failure.
- What are the kinds of signals you should be alert to in a job interview in order to get a grasp on what kind of corporate culture you might be stepping into.
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