How has our personality influenced our response to the Covid crisis, and has the Covid crisis actually affected our personality? 4,414 individuals took part in our research globally, assessing their experiences of lockdown, mental health, personality change, use of technology, remote working, organisational support, and risk-taking. Conclusions drawn from the data are used to provide practical advice on how organisations can support their employees in working remotely, while being conscious of mental health risk factors associated with our new way of working.
How have business psychologists risen to the remote working challenge?
What challenges do we have to overcome in transitioning to online and virtual interventions? Some consultancies have thrived, some have just survived, and a number have gone out of business – what has caused such different fates? The adoption of digital tools and technologies to support virtual facilitation will be explored.
Top tips on how Business Psychologists can embrace the hybrid working model will be outlined
We will demonstrate how Lumina Learning’s suite of digital technologies support individuals and organisations in the new hybrid working model. We’ll also share a successful case study on the application of digital technology in the area of Learning and Development.
Covid has had an effect on our personalities
Our personalities have had an impact on our response to the crisis
The crisis has presented a number of challenges to business psychologists working in Learning and Development, Assessment, and Recruitment
Swift adoption of the right tools and technologies have facilitated successful transitions towards virtual working for business psychologists
Lumina Learning’s suite of digital technologies and tools have had a tangible impact on the application of business psychology as we transition to a new world of work