Occupational

In this workshop Dr Nigel Guenole will discuss how to conduct linkage research, i.e. how to accurately identify associations between engagement surveys and business performance.
The performance of a team relies not only on the talent of individual team members but also on the team architecture - the way the team is set up and organised. This workshop will look at the key team architecture components - the strategy an
Organisation culture is widely recognised as one of the most powerful drivers of business performance, and is arguably one of the most exciting and demanding areas to work in occupational psychology.  This workshop will equip participants to
This course provides an opportunity to acquire the skills involved in Repertory Grid technique design, elicitation and analysis.
It’s a commonly held belief that some people are creative and innovative, and others are of a more analytical, process oriented inclination, and that once these approaches are established as typical cognitive patterns in adults - if not as part of
Evidence-based practice (EBP) is an approach, or rather set of approaches, to practice.  First applied in medicine around 20 years ago it has since been adopted by other fields ranging from criminology to education to management and is relati
Best practice in diagnosing and assessing adults with neuro-diverse conditions and how these conditions may present during diagnostic assessment in the workplace. Timetable
Employee satisfaction can be boosted when workers are provided with bonuses to help others, new research has suggested.
Organisations know that job candidates are presenting an idealised version of themselves in their CV and at interview. According to reports, many recruiters are therefore taking to social media to find an uncensored version of their applicants.
The key personality traits of successful politicians have been identified through new research.
A high number of executives do not believe that their managers have the leadership skills required of them.
People are able to lead effectively during times of uncertainty because plans can be made on the assumption that the future will be relatively stable.
To coincide with the UK Work-Life Week the Division of Occupational Psychology’s (DOP) Work-Life Balance Working Group is holding an afternoon seminar on Monday 23 September at the BPS London offices that will showcase assessment tools developed by two leading researchers in the field.
Well-being programmes organised by employers should focus on mental health, it has been suggested.
To coincide with the UK Work-Life Week the Division of Occupational Psychology’s (DOP) Work-Life Balance Working Group are holding a seminar on Monday 23 September at the BPS London offices. 
People often do nothing when faced with a situation that requires them to make a proactive decision.
To coincide with the UK Work-Life Week the Division of Occupational Psychology’s (DOP) Work-Life Balance Working Group are holding a seminar on Monday 23 September at the BPS London offices.
People who are loyal to the company they work for tend to earn more money, new research has shown.
Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) and those at the higher-end of companies sometimes have narcissistic tendencies, it has been noted.
Social harmony at work may be improved when colleagues eat together, new research has suggested.
A person's mental well-being may suffer if they work too much, new research has shown.
Working fewer hours does not guarantee that an employee will be happier, new research has suggested.
Workers could be kept happy by corresponding anonymously with their bosses.
Conferences only cater for 'corporate peacocks' and play to the strengths of these types of personality only, new research has suggested.
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