Event Title

Swipe right: Building purposeful, strategic networks

Faculty-Student Collaboration

1

Faculty Sponsor(s)

Dana Kendall, Ph.D.,Robert B McKenna, Ph.D.

Project Type

Completed quantitative research study

Primary Department

Industrial-Organizational Psychology

Description

We present a new direction for individuals wishing to enhance their professional network by building a social support base that is meaningful and consonant with their personal sense of purpose. In this investigation we collected data from 440 participants (N = 440) representing a variety of industries including education, businesses, and not-for-profit organizations. Participants responded to multiple online assessments from www.BadBobby.com. Outcome measures to be assessed will be network size and network satisfaction. We propose a fresh approach for advising individuals who desire to foster connections with others who will support them in living in alignment with their purpose.

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This poster was also displayed at the SIOP Conference, Orlando, FL, April 2017

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Swipe right: Building purposeful, strategic networks

We present a new direction for individuals wishing to enhance their professional network by building a social support base that is meaningful and consonant with their personal sense of purpose. In this investigation we collected data from 440 participants (N = 440) representing a variety of industries including education, businesses, and not-for-profit organizations. Participants responded to multiple online assessments from www.BadBobby.com. Outcome measures to be assessed will be network size and network satisfaction. We propose a fresh approach for advising individuals who desire to foster connections with others who will support them in living in alignment with their purpose.