Psychology at work: improving wellbeing and productivity in the workplace
20 November 2017
Recently launched, the British Psychological Society’s report brings together evidence from across the discipline to demonstrate how policy makers can work to improve psychological wellbeing and productivity in the workplace.
This report, written by Dr Ashley Weinberg, CPsychol., AFBPsS, and our very own Nancy Doyle CPsychol., AFBPsS, is a great resource for anyone wishing to improve their workplace, or for anyone working with disabled individuals, in or out of work.
The contents include:
1. A psychologically healthy workplace
Identity and engagement
Framework for a psychologically healthy workplace
Job insecurity and the changing face of work
Control and learned helplessness
Management and leadership
2. Focus on strengths: Supporting people who experience difficulties at work
What is neurodiversity?
Focus on strengths
Neurodiversity and disability
Workplace adjustments for neurodiversity
3. Supporting people into appropriate work
Four key psychological principles ….
You can find the full report here.