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    The Association for Business Psychology is a professional body which champions the use of psychology in the workplace.

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Latest News & Featured

  • Training provision within the ABP – a review of the first 6 months

    Training provision within the ABP – a review of the first 6 months

    As the ABP strives to take increasingly proactive role in supporting its members as practitioners, we review the success of introduction of this year's Training Programme. Submissions for the 2015 programme are now open.

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  • What Works at Work by Mark O’Sullivan

    Book Review: What Works at Work by Mark O’Sullivan

    What Works at Work is a quick, easy read, organised into 8 main chapters which cover the topics of recruitment, skills, engagement, communication, conflict, change, leadership and action.

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  • Heads Up and Out, Not Down and In

    Heads Up and Out, Not Down and In

    In the spirit of celebrating excellence in Business Psychology, here is a summary of the award winning work by Hugo Pound, r.d.i. Winner of Excellence in Coaching and/or Training of Specialists.

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  • ABP AGM 2014 – Election Results

    Notice to Members: Board Election Results

    Following on from the 2014 ABP AGM, which was held on Wednesday 2nd July 2014 we pleased to announce the results of the election of candidates to the Management Board.

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  • Book Review: 31 Practices

    Book Review: 31 Practices by Alan Williams & Dr Alison Whybrow

    A practical, insightful, easy read book that shows how an organisation's values and brand can be translated into the daily practices and behaviour of their employees.

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