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Bisi’s research focuses primarily on areas that contribute to employee well-being and the optimal performance of organizations. Her research activities include work teams, leadership, and training. These endeavors have practical implications for organizations due to the increasing complexity and competition that they encounter which results in their heavy reliance on teams, effective leadership, and strategic training.
Bisi teaches the following graduate courses: PSYC 657 (Training & Performance Management) and PSYC 659 (Groups, Teams, & Leadership). She recognizes that education is a privilege and not a routine expectation. Hence, she adopts an instructional style that empowers students to take an active role in their learning and skill acquisition.
Arthur, W. Jr., Keiser, N. L., Atoba, O. A., Cho, I., & Edwards, B. D. (2021). Does the use of alternative predictor methods reduce subgroup differences? It depends on the construct. Human Resource Management, 60, 479-498.
Hu, X., Santuzzi, A. M., Glazer, S., Jang, S., Dickson, M. W., Abraham, E., Atoba, O., Chackoria, J., Della Pona, C. M., Iverson, N., Lee, S. A., Ornelas, S. G., Panton, K., Solis, L. (in press; 2021). International students in I/O Psychology: Sharing experiences and providing support. The Industrial-Organizational Psychologist (Link).