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are for students currently attending the Psychology for Work course.
This is a 10 week course running currently on Tuesdays
both in the
morning and evening in Trinity Term 2013
(April - June 2013)*. It is available to the public and can be booked
Continuing Education at the University
find links here to publicly available journal articles and other
material, relevant to the course, and which I think you might find
Behaviour at Work
examines Organisational Commitment, The Psychological
contract, presenteeism, stress at work
Motivation and engagement
In this session(s) we will
look at theories of motivation and consider employee engagement.
the effects of Organisational Culture on Organisational
Workplace Design, including
issues in I.T.
these sessions we will
look at the effects of the physical work space/ ergonomics, as
well as the effects of I.T.
changes in I.T., and how these affect
productivity in the workplace. Case studies on 'remote working' and 'the
Personnel Selection and
introduce theories underpinning Psychometric assessments, and how they
are used in selection
This topic looks at
issues around the requirement
for Organisational flexibility and change. Effects of change
such as employment
uncertainty, changing expectations from both the Organisation and the
Employee, and the
process of change
managment will be considered.
considers leadership styles, and leadership within the context of the
Articles you may
here for an article by P. Hemp regarding Presenteeism: the
phenomenon of being at work whilst ill
for an article by P. Caproni (2004) for a refreshing perspective on
for an article by Hogan et al (1994) for a review of the early
literature relating to Leadership
* The current
course is full, but there will be future courses, run during evenings
and held in Oxford.
If you would like
to contact me regarding this course, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org