Category: Work Psychology

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Just Out! Sarah Crozier – Methodological Considerations in the Use of Audio Diaries in Work Psychology: Adding to the Qualitative Toolkit

Congratulations to Sarah on the recent publication of “Methodological Considerations in the Use of Audio Diaries in Work Psychology: Adding to the Qualitative Toolkit” in the Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, Volume 89,...

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What Makes a Good Day At Work?

The Work Psychology Cluster is once again please to host the Association for Business Psychology.  Join them on the 9th of June (6-8pm in room 3.01 of the Business School) to hear Paula Brockwell...

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Award for Anna Sutton – Highly Commended Paper in the 2016 Emerald Literati Network Awards For Excellence

  Congratulations to Anna Sutton whose paper ‘A Longitudinal, Mixed Method Evaluation of Self-Awareness Training in the Workplace’ published in the European Journal of Training and Development 2015, Vol 39 (7) (http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/EJTD-04-2015-0031) has been...

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Research on the Retention of Domiciliary Care Workers and Care Quality

          The Welsh Government published the interim findings from the research into recruitment and retention of domiciliary care workers and care quality conducted by Carol Atkinson, Sarah Crozier and Liz...

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Celebrating University-Wide ESRC Success

Staff from across the University are celebrating after almost 1,500 people attended events run by researchers as part of the first Manchester strand of the ESRC Festival of Social Science. Sam Gray, Impact and...

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Diagnosing and Living Your Values-Led Leadership Purpose: What’s Your Career Bird?

I’d like to invite you to the next Work Psychology Cluster event when we again host the Association for Business Psychology.  These events are a fantastic opportunity to find out more about how you can use...