Please join SIPPA for an interview with Dr. Corinna Peifer, who is Professor of Work and Organizational Psychology and Head of the Work & Health Lab at the University of Lübeck. She has published over 50 papers and books on topics such as flow, stress management, and well-being at work.
Here’s a sneak preview of some questions we’ll be asking her…
Life after study. What would you tell a younger version of yourself if you had the chance? For those of us aspiring to move into academia, what are some of the pitfalls and learnings you can share about your journey? What is your #1 tip for anyone considering going down this path?
Publishing and conferences. How do you balance teaching requirements and pursuing your research and publications?
To PhD or not. What advice would you give a student considering doing a doctorate?
Also, we’ve allocated 20 mins for Q&A, so this is an excellent opportunity to engage with a renowned positive psychology academic. Please send us your question in advance via the registration form
Date: September 9th, 2021
Time: 10:00 am ET
Speaker Name, Title and Institution: Corinna Peifer, Ph.D., Professor of Work and Organizational Psychology and Head of the Work & Health Lab @University of Lübeck
Corinna Peifer is Professor of Work and Organizational Psychology and Head of the Work & Health Lab at the University of Lübeck. At the interface between Organizational Psychology and Psychobiology, her research interests include topics such as flow experience, stress management and well-being at work. She is a founding member of the European Flow Researcher’s Network, ENPP Country Representative, and Vice President of the German Society for Positive Psychological Research (DGPPF).
The International Positive Psychology Association (IPPA) is a global membership organization of thousands of academics practitioners, clinicians, students who advance the science and practice of positive psychology. Members enjoy regular educational webinars with experts, a virtual library of tools and articles, an online member community, and more.
The field of positive psychology focuses on the study and practice of positive emotions, strengths, and virtues that make all individuals and groups thrive.
The Work and Organizations Division is a subset of IPPA members who are interested in studying and applying positive psychological concepts in organizational settings. The Division offers several ways for members to learn and connect throughout the year, including;
- Virtual meet-ups
- Positive Organizational Intervention Challenge
- Research Digests & Dialogues between researchers and practitioners
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