“Huddling Up”: Improving Communication and Teamwork at an Entrepreneurial Startup With Workplace Huddles

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Jessie Lynn Olien, Eleanor Williams, Steven G. Rogelberg & Kelcie Grenier

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    Jessie Lynn Olien is a PhD student in the interdisciplinary Organizational Science program at UNC Charlotte. Her research primarily focuses on issues pertaining to workplace meetings, including their role in shaping everyday experiences, their restorative and destructive qualities, and their influence on both short- and long-term work outcomes.

    Eleanor “Lea” Williams is an Organizational Science PhD student at UNC Charlotte. Her research interests are primarily focused on workplace meetings—with a particular focus on multitasking during workplace meetings—as well as research methods. Lea also has applied interests and experiences; she has worked in various talent management and training/development roles at TIAA, Duke Energy, and Ingersoll Rand.

    Dr. Steven G. Rogelberg holds the title of Chancellor’s Professor at UNC Charlotte for distinguished national, international, and interdisciplinary contributions. He is a Professor of Organizational Science, Management, and Psychology as well as the Director of Organizational Science. He has over 100 publications and over 100 invited speeches/colloquiums addressing issues such as team effectiveness, leadership, engagement, health and employee well-being, meetings at work, and organizational research methods.

    Kelcie Grenier is a PhD student in the Organizational Science program at UNC Charlotte. Her research interests are primarily centered around diversity, perceived injustice and discrimination, and how particular contexts, such as meetings, can offer insight into these experiences.

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