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OP Matters No 23 September 2014

OP Matters No 23 September 2014

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Special issue: Leadership Development Programme

The newsletter, part of the Division of Occupational Psychology's Member Engagement Campaign, is a source of information about the Division, forthcoming events, and a forum for the sharing of best practice.

This special issue features the Division's cutting-edge Leadership Development Programme, from its genesis to how it now prepares successive generations of leaders to progress the DOP in its professionalism and evolution as a member network and a profession. 




Robert Goate

Letter from the Chair
Ian Bushnell

Interview: Peter Cheese, Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development
Robert Goate

Does meaning matter?
Bill Fear

The DOP at EAOHP 2014: Promoting the Division to an international audience
Roxane Gervais

EAOHP Conference 2014: Well-being and work-life balance
Gail Kinman & Almuth McDowall

The Amsterdam Effect: Report from EAWOP's 2nd Worklab, 2013
Kieran Duignan

Health and Well-being @ Work
David Palferman

Employee selection and development: Reviewing an NPDWG panel event
Roxane L. Gervais

Assessment and development centre standards for review
Helen Baron

Update from the 'Enabling in the Workplace' Working Group
Nancy Doyle

Going Green Working Group: OP = One Planet
Jan Maskell

Proposal to introduce a specialist European certificate of practice in occupational psychology
Helen Baron, Elinor O'Connor, Ros Searle & Stephen Woods

Get involved with the DOP - Volunteering

DOP Conference 2015

New Voices
Introduction: Charlotte Winter

The work life balance challenge for a doctoral researcher!
Rebecca Jones

Employment as an agency worker: A psychological perspective
Simon Toms

Emotional intelligence matters
Thomas Rhys Evans


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