EvidenceTALKS

Welcome to ‘EvidenceTalks’, our podcast series, where we discuss the psychology of work, the evidence behind workplace practices and the myths, fads and fashions that make decision-making so hard. We focus on sharing accessible research that you can put into practice, and asking challenging questions about the world of work, both now and in the future.

Over the coming months we’ll be talking to a range of professionals about their experience of work, the impact of technology and the role of workplace psychology.

Listen to EvidenceTALKS

To listen to the podcasts, click on the player links below or alternatively you can download and subscribe in iTunes.

Episode #5: Interview with Lorenzo Galli, ScienceForWork

Scientific evidence is one of the core pillars of evidence-based practice, but for organisations and practitioners it’s often hard to access and translate into something actionable. ScienceForWork address these challenges directly, by aggregating and evaluating research across a range of people-related issues, making their findings available freely, for all. In this episode we speak to Lorenzo Galli, Founder of ScienceForWork about the mission and aims of the organisation.

Episode #4: HR analytics – are we more than a number?

In this episode, Richard and Pilar discuss what is meant by HR analytics and how it can be helpful in providing insight and taking action. Running time: 25 minutes.

Special episode: French email legislation

Richard and Pilar jump onto the podcast, off schedule, to share their thoughts on the recent French legislation about the ‘right to disconnect’ and on how it’s been reported. Running time: 10 minutes.

Episode #3: ‘You’ve got mail!’

In this episode, Dr Richard MacKinnon and Pilar Orti discuss the topic of email at work. Always an emotive subject, we explore why email is a double-edged sword and the things we can all do to improve our experience. Running time: 31 minutes.

Episode#2: ‘Can we predict the future of work?’

Watch out, don’t believe all those articles predicting the future of work. We may not be as good at predicting the future as we think we are! Running time: 26 minutes.

Episode#1: ‘Think like a Scientist’

In this introductory episode, Dr. Richard MacKinnon and Pilar Orti explore evidence-based practice and how it helps us all make decisions at work. Running time: 25 minutes.

If there are topics you’d like us to explore or if you’d like to get involved, please let us know at info@futureworkcentre.com