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Psychology at Work

Summary: Dr. Casey Lankow and Dr. Tim Johansson envision a world of work where people realize their significance and purpose. Join them as they explore how to make positive meaning of our relationships and contributions (and what can get in the way), which leads to being more engaged, present, and effective. Gain some insight about yourself, enjoy some laughs, and join Drs. Tim and Casey in creating a world of work where being seen and noticed is a celebration of the whole self and an invitation to bring all of oneself into the work environment – a place where people are able to be their best selves.

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 The Power of Process with Adam Arnold | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 4268

Casey and Tim talk to Adam Arnold, exploring a host of topics - from Adam's transition from theater to mental health, the impact of trust in teams, trauma, and what the artistic community can teach leaders.  Listen in for a wide-ranging conversation and...

 Authenticity & Courage with Chanda Smith Baker | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 3815

In Season 4, we are listening:  we begin with a conversation with Chanda Smith Baker.  Chanda Smith Baker has over 20 years of experience working in, for, and with underestimated communities. In 2017, Chanda joined The Minneapolis Foundation as the...

 The White Identity: What's So Hard About Examining Our Privilege? | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 3297

Casey and Tim return to wrap up Season 3.  Disruption has been at the center of so much over the past few months, from Covid-19 to the Racial Justice Uprising; listen as Casey and Tim discuss how real progress and healing can occur, particularly around...

 The Twisted Tale of Two Forces | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 3439

What's really in the way of realizing our Significance and Purpose?  What are the two forces that are constantly working against each other? Take a listen as Casey and Tim tackle these huge questions. Opening Quote:" We’re not capable of making our...

 The Greatest Gift We Can Give | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 3579

In this episode Casey and Tim continue breaking down the elements of their situational identity model, this time focusing on intentionality.  They reveal the greatest gift we can give to others, which is found in level 4 intentionality.Opening Quote:"“I...

 Psychology at Work LIVE Episode, The First! | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 3668

This episode is recorded from the Facebook LIVE show that Casey and Tim did on Sunday, March 29, 2020 (socially distant, from their respective homes).  The episode focuses on their immediate reactions to this moment around COVID19 and the impact it's...

 Special Announcement for YOU! | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 601

Join us for a Special Live online event - Psychology at Work Live!  We all just entered a world of work filled with uncharted territory.  It’s confusing, it’s uncertain.  There are welcomed changes and there are changes coming that we don’t even yet...

 This Doesn't Happen In A Vacuum! | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 2915

This week's episode is all about Others-Awareness - the next component in Tim and Casey's model of Situational Identity.  Casey and Tim break down the four levels of Others-Awareness....and make an exciting announcement about their book!Order your copy...

 Into the Depths of Self-Awareness | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 3072

In this episode Casey and Tim continue to break down their model of Situational Identity, focusing here on Self-Awareness.  Listen as they discuss the multiple levels of self-awareness, why it matters to continually be curious about ourselves, and how...

 It's All About Identity | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 3044

Casey and Tim are back with Season 3 - and it's all about identity.  What's the difference between Significance and Purpose?  And why do they matter in the context of work anyway?Opening Quote: "Knowing yourself is the beginning of all wisdom."...

 What's YOUR Conflict Energy? | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 2605

Conflict is unavoidable. Listen as Casey and Tim discuss what we know about how we learn how to handle conflict, what the 5 basic approaches are, and even a framework for figuring out what approach might be most effective in a given conflict. Conflict doesn’t have to be bad!

 Let's open the (e)mail bag! 1.0 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 3237

Casey and Tim open up PAW Pod mail bag (i.e. email inbox) and answer listener questions! Listen as they drill down into psychological safety, helping your work team become more comfortable with using assessments, and getting to a place of "yes" - and even a discussion on the implications of the evolving world of work!

 Eustress, Distress, We all Stress! | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 3051

Stress and distress are inevitable - but can we really predict how everyone responds to stress? Listen as Casey and Tim discuss their findings on their research regarding stress, how it impacts how we show up at work....and what works for reducing its impact! You just might be surprised.

 Psychological Values (Needs): The Stuff Defensiveness Is Made Of | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 2893

Casey and Tim conceptualize personality as having multiple layers, in this episode they break down one of the deeper layers: Psychological Values. Listen as they discuss the historical foundations of Murray's System of Needs and how these impact how we show up. David Rock's SCARF model gets a mention, along with a few other relevant tangents.

 The Bases of Power Are Loaded (Power Series Part II) | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 3178

In part 2 of the series on power, Casey and Tim break down the six bases of power as originally offered by social psychologists Bertram Raven and John French. Building off of part 1 (in season 1), this is a deeper look at the differences between positional power and personal power.

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