This course took place in the autumn term 2017; we are hoping to offer similar courses in the future. For further information or to register your interest, please contact us.
Applying Psychology in the 21st Century Workplace - and Beyond
When and where?
Four sessions of two hours each will be offered either over four Fridays 3, 10, 17 and 24 November 10.30am-12.30pm or over two Saturdays 4 and 18 November 10am-3pm
University Centre Tonbridge, Avebury Avenue, TN9 1TG
Course fee: £175
The world, and specifically the workplace, revolves around people. This short course in Organisational Psychology is for anyone with an interest in how people work, coupled with a desire to improve organisations and the working lives of the employees who inhabit them.
This interactive course examines the role that psychology plays in today’s workplace. Designed to provide insights into the psychology of group behaviour and decision-making, selection and assessment, employee well-being and diversity and inclusion, the course develops your understanding of the contextual forces within organisations and provides tools to understand human behaviour in the 21st-century workplace and beyond.
The four sessions cover:
- Group decision- making
- Selection and Assessment
- Employee Health and Well-being
- Equality and Diversity
Each two-hour session will include a lecture providing the critical organisational and psychological background; a group or individual exercise; and a facilitated Q&A session.
The focus will be on providing practical insights, tools and tips you can apply in the workplace – or in everyday life.