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What line managers can do to help people stay in and thrive at work: Research examining the line manager’s role

Date: 8th March 2024 at 12.30pm (online event) Speakers: Dr Jo Yarker, Managing Partner of Affinity Health at Work Professor Karina Nielsen, Professor of Work Psychology at the University of Sheffield Title: What line managers can do to help people stay in and thrive at work: Research examining the line manager’s role Summary: The number of workers taking sick…

Organisational Interventions to Support Healthcare Worker Wellbeing

Title: Organisational Interventions to Support Healthcare Worker Wellbeing Summary: The challenging working environments in the healthcare sector has been linked to the impairment of healthcare workers’ health and wellbeing. This necessitates a more holistic approach in supporting healthcare working, moving beyond only supporting the individual worker towards mitigating the demands and building up resources within the…

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Hybrid Working and the Future Workplace

Summary: COVID-19 changed where we work. Hybrid working (working from multiple workspaces e.g., office, client sites, home, third spaces) has become mainstream. This work arrangement is preferred by office-based employees in the UK and across the EU (e.g., Davis et al., 2022; Eurostat, 2022). In this session Matthew discusses the knowledge gap that this shift…

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How organisations, allies, and leaders can support senior women when ‘think manager think male’ still exists: Research examining women leaders’ experiences

Speaker: Laura Howard, Founder and Psychologist at The Contented Workplace Company and Associate Tutor at Birkbeck College, University of London.   Summary: The number of women in top positions is not increasing quickly enough to swiftly address gender parity. One possible reason is that ‘think manager think male’ remains prevalent. Women, therefore, face a double…

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