Bryan Dik, Ph.D., is a vocational psychologist, professor of psychology at Colorado State University, and co-founder and Chief Science Officer of jobZology. Bryan studies meaning and purpose in the workplace, calling and vocation in career development, and the intersection of faith and work. He has has served on editorial boards for seven research journals, has published four books (including Redeeming Work and Make Your Job a Calling), and hosts the Purposeful Work Podcast. He is an American Psychological Association Fellow and recipient of the John Holland Award for Outstanding Achievement in Career or Personality Research (APA Div. 17) and the Applied Psychology of Religion and Spirituality Award (APA Div. 36). He lives with his wife Amy and their four sons in Fort Collins, Colorado.

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For Bryan’s Google Scholar profile, click here.

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Books

“For years I’ve been waiting for this book to be written. In the Christian community we needed someone who could weave Biblical and theological frameworks with on-the-ground research about work and calling. Now Bryan Dik has cultivated this intersection. With great clarity, he describes social science findings about gift assessments, occupational connections, job search processes, … Continue reading Books

Speaking

I frequently speak on topics related to calling, meaningful work, evidence-based career counseling and coaching, fit-based hiring and employee development, and the intersection of faith and work.  I have delivered keynotes and facilitated workshops at conferences, on college campuses, and for business groups, including internationally. To inquire about my availability for speaking at your event, please visit my … Continue reading Speaking

Contact

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