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Summary of the book – why it is important

Marilena Antoniadou and Mark Crowder, MMU Decent Work and Productivity Centre 21st January 2022 Book Launch: Decent Work, Opportunities and Challenges.  A collection of contributions from staff from their work at Manchester Metropolitan University. The title of the book originated…

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A Head Start: Developing Resilience

There is still a great lack of understanding about what constitutes resilience, and what it means for people in work who are increasingly being exhorted to be "more resilient", argued Ian Price at the October meeting of the ABP held…

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Delivering Excellent Workforce Experiences

The ABP is proud to announce the publication of their first Awards-based publication: “Delivering Excellent Workforce Experiences”. The ABP’s Workforce Experience Awards programme serves to set clear and high standards for both psychologists and non-psychologists applying business psychology in organisations.…

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

In ‘What Works at Work’, Mark O’Sullivan provides the reader with a good introduction to people management. It focuses specifically on highlighting where psychological research has been more successful as a science and is also honest about where it has…

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Book Review: Antifragile by Nassim Taleb

In The Black Swan, Nassim Nicholas Taleb wrote on the highly improbable and unpredictable events that underlie almost everything about our world. In Antifragile, he writes a series of essays which convey his belief that uncer­tainty is desirable, even necessary. Taleb uses the…

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