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Webinar: Flexible and adaptive organisations to cope with the ‘googlies’ and ‘curveballs'

22 March 2017 1:00 pm - 1:40 pm
This event is free and open to BPS members and the general public. Registration is required. See Pricing tab for more information.
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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.

Recordings of the webinars will be made available online and each webinar will be followed by a two-week online discussion forum, where we can explore in more detail the webinar topic to share experiences and ideas about how evidence from psychology could inform workplace and business practices.


All small business owners know that they survive and thrive only if they can deal with adversity and are able to flex to the inevitable, and sometimes unexpected, challenges and opportunities that come their way.

In this seminar we will explore what can be done to get a small or medium sized business into a healthy state for ensuring that it’s people, processes and structures are fit to field the “googlies” and “curveballs”.

We will explore ten organisational factors that evidence suggests should be in place for an organisation to thrive.

The webinar will be followed by a 2-week online forum group discussion where we can share ideas for practical solutions to build organisational flexibility.

Please see programme tab for further information.

Claudia Nuttgens is a Chartered Occupational Psychologist who has worked across all sectors, and with organisations of all sizes, throughout her 20-year career in the field.

She has led major change programmes in large public sector organisations, designed and delivered many leadership programmes, and is skilled in selection and assessment.

She is committed to evidence based practice and speaks locally and nationally trying to increase practitioners’ confidence in the use of evidence and critical thinking in their approach to people.

Based in Brighton, she has worked with local firms and has an increasing client base in the creative and technology industries.

Claudia Nuttgens, CPsychol Occupational Psychologist

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