Webinar series: Creating productive, happy and healthy workplaces - the evidence from psychology you can’t afford to ignore
We are offering a series of 5 interactive webinars at fortnightly intervals during March – May 2017. Each webinar will be hosted by an expert psychologist and explore key issues and challenges currently facing businesses and organisations.
The webinars will be designed to be accessible to a diverse audience, including non-psychologists, and will appeal to people with trades backgrounds, management experience, senior leaders, entrepreneurs and psychologists, as well as anyone with an interest in how to promote productive, happy and healthy workplaces.
Each webinar will also include a chat box where participants can share experiences and ideas about how evidence from psychology could inform workplace and business practices.
Recordings of the webinar presentations will be made available online.
Policy, technology and behaviour are three key ways to encourage and enable environmentally sustainable actions in organisations of any size. Smaller organisations learn from larger ones – in the areas of energy, travel, resource use procurement/waste and investment.
This webinar will focus on behaviour and some of the reasons why people choose to behave in a pro-environment way – or do not.
We will also look at a range of actions that can encourage, engage, enable and exemplify positive behaviour and help to embed behaviour change.
The webinar will include an opportunity to use the chat box to discuss ideas about sustainable behaviours and ways that we could develop these in the workplace.
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Dr Jan Maskell CPsychol Registered Occupational Psychologist
Jan teaches in Higher Education and works as a consultant Occupational Psychologist focusing on leadership and sustainable development within organisations and with individuals - with an emphasis on pro-environmental behaviour.
Jan lives in an eco-community enjoying the benefits of living a low carbon, sharing lifestyle.
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