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The most effective crisis managers show strong preferences for variety at work and keep their cool when operating outside of their comfort zones says a study presented today at the BPS Division of Occupational Psychology in Nottingham.
Modern features such as hot-desking and open-plan floors appeal mainly to extraverted workers with others finding them uncomfortable says a study presented today at the BPS Division of Occupational Psychology’s annual conference in Nottingham.
More than half of prison officers feel pressure to go into work while unwell, with serious implications for their health and the safe running of prisons says research presented today at  the BPS Division of Occupational Psychology annual
It was good to get a sneak preview of the next BPS annual confer
The increasing gap between chief executive officer's (CEO) pay and that of the average employee risks undermining the morale and motivation of the workforce says research presented today at the BPS Division of Occupational Psychology annual conference in Nottingham. 
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Aspirational professional women would benefit from a better understanding of how to build, maintain and use their social capital to succeed in reaching the top jobs says a study presented today at the BPS Division of Occupational Psychology annual
Men in typically female-dominated occupations tend to value the social aspects of their career over financial rewards suggests research presented today at the BPS Division of Occupational Psychology annual conference in Nottingham. 
Research presented at the BPS Division of Occupational Psychology's annual conference later this week suggests that it’s not just the volume of emails that causes stress; it’s our well-intentioned habits and our need to feel in control that backfires on us.
The challenges and opportunities for supporting workers across the lifespan will be discussed at an open free lecture on Friday 8 January from 11:30 to 12:50 during the BPS Division of Occupational Psychology's annual conference in Nottingham.
Being sworn at is an occupational hazard for healthcare workers. Exactly how often does it happen?
Sir Cary Cooper, a BPS Honorary Fellow, has been elected as the new president of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD).
For understandable reasons, we usually think of economic slumps as bad times.
Tales of Steve Jobs' 'jerkiness' are legendary. Other iconic creative visionaries have similarly been known for their difficult personalities, from 'Sopranos' creator David Chase to Thomas Edison.
Some of Britain’s leading occupational psychologists were honoured at a reception at BMA House, London WC1, yesterday evening.
This workshop covers how to identify and select high potential staff.
This practical workshop covers preparing high potential leaders for future roles through innovative experience-based (on-the-job) and other development. Talent management in the workplace places great emphasis on identific
Victory is always gratifying and acquires an even more delicious taste when it involves the defeat of a rival.
The first ever recipient of the Wellcome Trust Hub award, Hubbub, has celebrated its first birthday.
Event information This Hot Topic event is for psychologists across Scotland who would like to discuss the benefits and challenges of today’s multigenerational workplaces in an informal setting, over drinks and nibbles, whilst networking wi
Event information An event to consider the relationship between resilience and sustainability at the individual and organisational level through presentations, discussion and practical skills development.
Event information We are thrilled to be working in partnership with the Sheffield University Management School’s Institute of Work Psychology (IWP) as they celebrate the 40th anniversary of the MSc in Occupational Psychology at Sheffield.
The British Psychological Society is sponsoring three sessions at the Cheltenham Literature Festival as part of our work to bring insights from evidence-based science to a wider public.
Men who fail to reach their early career goals can experience a reduced sense of wellbeing much later in life says research that was presented at the Annual Conference of the British Psychological Society’s Division of Health Psychology last week.
DOP Networking & Professional Development Working Group (South West)
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