In this episode, Pilar talks to Paul Thoresen, organisational consultant, about developing teams, trust and using surveys in organisations.
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Paul on Twitter https://twitter.com/surveyguy2
Paul on Medium https://medium.com/@SurveyGuy2
Paul talks about what he learned during his attendance to the
Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology' conference in Orlando. http://www.siop.org/conferences/17con/
The importance of change management for organisational psychology professionals, most of what we introduce in organisations is going to involve change.
Experimenting vs piloting; they're different things.
Look for Episode 9 of the Evidence Talks podcast with Paul
- There's a lot of research at the moment around teams. Paul recommends us to check out the work of Suzanne Bell https://twitter.com/TeamsLab
Teams and groups; not everyone forms a team and that's ok!
- The importance of propensity to trust and swift trust.
(Check out episode 117 in this podcast, A Question of Trust and the blog post https://virtualteamtalk.com/2016/11/05/trust-in-teams-1/ )
How we can show we have integrity, competence and benevolent in virtual teams?
Paul mentions this article from Science for Work:
Teams Going Virtual: Why Focusing on Trust Matters
- Paul explains the Rocket Model. http://www.therocketmodel.com/
To create strong teams, you need the processes around it.
Dissecting the team.
Using surveys in organisations.
"Survey readiness checklist"
Paul's work. Social media as a support mechanism for freelancers.
Cozy Calendar http://www.cozi.com/calendar/