What makes for an exceptional positive organizational intervention?
We are very excited to announce the 2017 Positive Organizational Intervention Challenge, a competition for IPPA members to submit innovating positive psychology interventions for the workplace. Students, researchers and practitioners, individually or in small teams of up to three people, can develop a broadly applicable intervention based on established research findings and can then […]
Deadline: February 15, 2017.
The Work and Organizations division of IPPA is now accepting submissions to the third issue of their bi-annual publication, Positive Work and Organizations: Research and Practice.
This publication is aimed at creating a space for scholars, practitioners, and student members of the IPPA Work and Organizations Division to share knowledge, experience, insights, and opportunities for professional growth. It highlights […]
IPPA’s Work and Organizations Division is seeking a Copy Editor to join the Editorial Board of its ground-breaking, bi-annual publication, Positive Work and Organizations: Research and Practice.
Positive Work and Organizations: Research and Practice (PWORP), is aimed at creating a space for our member scholars and practitioners around the world to share knowledge, experience, and insights on a common platform, and […]
As part of its mission to increase the incorporation of positive psychology in academic research related to organizations and the practice of positive psychology in the organizational context, IPPA’s Work and Organizations Division co-sponsored a professional development workshop at the Academy of Management meeting, along with the David Cooperrider Center for Appreciative Inquiry at Champlain College.
This three-hour session brought […]
The European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology and the Psychological Society of Ireland would like to welcome you to the 2017 congress in Dublin. The main theme will be ‘Enabling Change Through Work & Organizational Psychology’. Over 1,600 delegates from all fields of Work & Organizational Psychology are expected to come together to share research and interests.
At EAWOP […]