Engage and change: Occupational psychologists’ role in corporate responsibility
13 October 2015, 6.30 PM - 13 October 2015, 8.30 PM
The Old Council Chamber (1.1), Wills Memorial Building, Bristol
This is a free 2 hour interactive workshop aimed at students, academics and anyone interested in making the links between psychology and Corporate Responsibility.
The purpose of this workshop is:
- to enable attendees to understand their role in Corporate Responsibility
- to apply some psychological theories to Corporate Responsibility
- to appreciate how some of these theories can be transferred to other change situations
The workshop will cover
- definitions of key terms
- an outline of recent research into the importance and challenge of issues facing Corporate Responsibility professionals
- individual and group exercises based on the 6 E’s model
Speaker - Dr Jan Maskell MBPsS MCIPD AIEMA
Jan is the convenor of the Going Green Working Group, within the British Psychological Society’s Divisional of Occupational Psychology. The Going Green Working Group have been focusing on how the science and practice of Occupational Psychology is applied to Corporate Responsibility.
Parking: It is easier and more environmentally-friendly to use public transport, but if you need to drive limited parking is available outside the school. Please be aware that parking here is metered, expensive and restricted to a maximum of two hours. If you have specific parking requirements, please contact Jessica Sharratt on email@example.com who will arrange a parking space for you.
During the event we will be keen to hear your thoughts on the topic, as well as to have some lively and interesting debate about the role our profession can play in corporate responsibility, so please come armed with questions and ideas for discussion!
This is a free event; however places are limited so if you would like to attend please make sure you register your attendance. To secure your place, please register before midnight on Friday 2nd October.