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Adjunct Faculty Member Cerasoli Interviewed by Leading Organization

Posted 10/25/2018
Submitted by Christopher Cerasoli
Category: In the News

Adjunct faculty member Christopher Cerasoli was recently interviewed by leading research firm ScienceForWork. His co-authored research on informal learning in the workplace has caught the attention of many organizations seeking to bolster learning that takes place outside formal classrooms, on the job.

The research, a meta-analysis, averages the results of dozens of findings to show the antecedents and outcomes of informal learning behaviors in organizations. The meta-analysis was co-authored with a blend of experts, including leading scientists and experienced consultants in the field.

The interview can be accessed at

Christopher Cerasoli has been with the University of Hartford community since 2011, teaching mostly graduate-level courses in workplace motivation, team effectiveness, leadership, and consulting. He is currently a Senior Talent Analytics Consultant with UnitedHealth Group, Inc., a FORTUNE 5 health care services organization based in Minneapolis, Minn. He is an experienced consultant pushing the predictive envelope for people-related business issues. He has generated award-winning research; cutting-edge analytics; and evidence-based, actionable tools for government, defense, FORTUNE 500, and currently internal clients. Christopher regularly delivers presentations, keynotes, and interviews on I/O psychology and science in the workplace. His work can be found in leading peer-reviewed empirical journals including Psychological Bulletin, Personnel Psychology, Organizational Dynamics, and Human Factors.