Earlier this year, I came across the term ‘trauma-informed workplace’ in a Fast Company article while scouting for potential trends for 2022. I realized I was probably the last one to have been acquainted with this term as it isn’t new. A quick internet search will reveal that this has been a topic of discussion … Continue reading Trauma informed workspace
Why do we love psychometric tests?
Last week, I was encouraged to take the Enneagram based on a recommendation by a friend who discovered it in a training program he just finished attending. He was so impressed by the test that I couldn’t help but feel amused. The cynic in me didn’t take the test for a while and with each … Continue reading Why do we love psychometric tests?
The Dunning-Kruger Effect
Everyone is talking about it, aren’t they? The term first coined in 1999 seems to have gained massive popularity in the fag end of 2017. I blame this Ted-Ed video. Suddenly, everywhere I turn, I see people nodding and talking about how they have witnessed the Dunning-Kruger effect. If you have been one of the … Continue reading The Dunning-Kruger Effect
Psychology of Popularity
Hello There! If you've been around a while, you'd have heard me talk about Coursera and the courses offered there, particularly those related to Social Psychology and the like. I am pleased to tell you that my love for Coursera continues (a little diminished because they no longer offer statements for the non paid track) … Continue reading Psychology of Popularity