Workshop Programme

Optional Sessions for Continuing Professional Development

Make the most of your visit to the congress by enrolling for one or more of our pre-congress workshops or fringe events. Past years have seen a large and enthusiastic take-up of these activities with many attendees adding them to their itinerary. We hope you will want to do the same when you join us in Glasgow for EAWOP 2022.

Where and when?

The workshops and fringe events take place at the SEC on Tuesday 11th January 2022 between the hours of 9am and 5pm. All will finish in good time to allow participants to attend the opening ceremony and that evening’s networking and social events.

Making your selection

Use the summaries further down this page to decide which events are right for you. You can choose either a single full-day session, or one or two half-day sessions. And since you cannot be in two places at the same time, when selecting two half-day sessions please make sure that one is in the morning and the other in the afternoon.

How to book

These popular events can be included in your booking when you first register or added later – registration will open shortly. Do not wait too long though as many of the sessions have limited capacity and are likely to fill up fast. Once you have identified those events that you wish to attend, go to the Registration page to reserve your place. Use the name of the event and its code number to locate the sessions you want to book.  

Pre-event workshops

Choose from an exceptional range of high-quality experiences that are available only to conference delegates at competitive prices. Whether you want to acquire a new technique, fine-tune an existing skill, improve your professional practice, explore real-world problems, or expand your understanding of a specialist topic, you should be able to find a workshop to suit your needs.

Each of the workshops has undergone a rigorous vetting process and will be facilitated by well-known subject-matter experts from around the world. The price is £30 for a half-day workshop and £60 for a full-day workshop. Attendance will be recognised by the award of a CPD certificate. 

Half-day morning workshops

WSAM01

 

How to Publish in High-ranking Academic Journals

 

Sandra Ohly & Despoina Xanthopoulou

 

The main learning objectives of this workshop are to:

  • appreciate the key issues in getting research published
  • avoid common pitfalls while preparing a scientific paper for submission
  • gain insight into one’s own strength and weaknesses in the process
  • enhance feelings of cohesion and self-efficacy by sharing stories

Academic psychologists, typically early-career researchers, who are keen to get their work published in academic journals and might in some cases be finding this challenging will find this session invaluable. A basic understanding of research methodology is desirable.

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WSAM02

 

Qualitative Research Methods in Work and Organizational Psychology

 

Tine Köhler

 

The main learning objectives of this workshop are to:

  • gain a basic understanding of the purpose and foundations of qualitative research
  • introduce six commonly used qualitative approaches (i.e., grounded theory, ethnography, case study method, narrative analysis, thematic analysis, and content analysis) 
  • know when to use different methods to address various research questions 
  • understand important considerations when designing a qualitative research project 
  • obtain resources for further reading and training

The workshop is targeted at novices in qualitative research methods, including academics and practitioners, as well as participants at all stages of their careers. No prior knowledge is required for participating in this workshop.

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WSAM03

 

Mindfulness Interventions at Work: Science and Practice

 

Ute Hülsheger & Annika Nübold

 

The main learning objectives of this workshop are to:

  • familiarize participants with recent research evidence on the benefits of mindfulness in the context of work 
  • provide an overview of different mindfulness-based interventions, and their advantages and disadvantages
  • offer participants the opportunity to try out and experience some mindfulness practices
  • facilitate the sharing of best practice in mindfulness intervention studies 
  • exchange ideas about the successes and pitfalls of implementing mindfulness programs 
  • critically reflect on the current hype around mindfulness in the workplace

In keeping with the congress theme of Integrating Science and Practice, this session will appeal to those with an academic interest in the subject as well as practitioners involved in or considering implementing mindfulness programs in organizations.

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WSAM04

 

Connecting with Key Stakeholders to Influence Big Decisions

 

Richard Griffith

 

The main learning objectives of this workshop are to:

  • understand the barriers to influential communication 
  • transform principles familiar to organizational psychologists to more accessible general concepts
  • create personalized communication tools to enhance the ability to influence key stakeholders

Practitioners with significant client-facing roles or senior executive exposure will benefit from this workshop, as will academics needing to influence university administrators or funding agencies.

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WSAM05

 

Supporting Effective Teamwork in Hybrid Teams through the Visualization of Relational Data

 

Eva Höschlová, Radvan Bahbouh & Rudolf Kubík

 

The main learning objectives of this workshop are to:

  • discuss the presenters’ research work on team dynamics 
  • introduce frameworks on how to work with relational data in teams 
  • provide the participants with a practical methodology they can use to analyse and interpret relational data to improve teamwork

This workshop will be of interest to practitioners, for example coaches and HR professionals, who are involved in developing teams and facilitating effective teamwork. It will also be relevant to academic and research workers who are interested in hybrid and remote collaboration.

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Half-day afternoon workshops

WSPM01

 

Applying the Qualitative Approach of Grounded Theory in Work and Organizational Psychology

 

Annika Wilhelmy

 

The main learning objectives of this workshop are to:

  • discover how to apply the principles of grounded theory
  • learn how to report grounded theory methods and results 
  • get tips on publishing grounded theory research in top-tier journals
  • engage in interactive exercises to apply the new learning
  • assess the applicability of the approach to one’s own research

The workshop is mainly geared towards academics at all stages of their careers but is also suitable for practitioners interested in understanding more about the grounded theory approach. No prior knowledge of qualitative research methods is needed to participate.

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WSPM02

 

Listen! Say Yes! Commit! Improvisation Skills – Theory into Practice

 

Julia E. Knight & Harry Puckering

 

The main learning objectives of this workshop are to:

  • discover how theatrical improvisation techniques can be applied to improve communication, creativity, teamwork and leadership at work
  • appreciate how operating in the moment can help in one’s professional practice
  • apply these lessons to increase effectiveness at work

This workshop will be relevant to anyone who facilitates or leads teams or groups. This may include practitioners and academics looking for an alternative and effective approach to facilitation, especially those interested in learning a new and practical set of skills. No previous experience is necessary.

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WSPM03

 

How Psychology Can Influence Policy – A Practical Exploration of Theory and Practice

 

Ashley Weinberg, Andrew Baldwin & Saskia Perriard-Abdoh

 

The main learning objectives of this workshop are to:

  • take the opportunity to consider and discuss the politics of policy change in one’s chosen context
  • learn from the facilitators and other participants about real-world examples of influencing policy
  • recognise the role of political skills in organisational practice in a way intended to further strengthen one’s skillset 
  • receive support with generating a bespoke plan for influencing policy based on one’s own experience of the workshop

This event is designed to appeal to practitioners, academics and students who desire to bring about changes to policy and practice within their chosen organisation. It would help to have an initial idea of a policy context in which you would like to see change and potential thoughts about a partner or ‘target’ organisation or government that could help facilitate such change.

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WSPM04

 

Systematic Review Methodology for Beginners

 

Céline Rojon

 

The main learning objectives of this workshop are to:

  • gain knowledge of the principles, methods, and applications of systematic reviews 
  • explore how systematic reviews can be used within work and organisational psychology, business and management 
  • learn practical tips for conducting systematic reviews 
  • engage in hands-on practice and develop skills in key aspects of systematic reviewing

The workshop lends itself mainly to academics (including students) although practitioners may also benefit from some aspects of the training. The workshop is targeted towards individuals with little or no prior knowledge and experience of carrying out systematic reviews.

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All-day workshops

WSFD01

 

Introduction to Multilevel Modelling

 

Vicente González-Romá

 

The main learning objectives of this workshop are to:

  • understand the logic underlying multilevel modelling methods 
  • learn how multilevel models are constructed 
  • learn the meaning of their parameters 
  • understand their usefulness in applied research 
  • be able to build multilevel models adapted to specific research questions
  • be able to estimate basic multilevel models using SPSS
  • be able to interpret the results obtained

This workshop is relevant to researchers at any stage of their careers who want to understand how multilevel modelling works. Participants should have a basic knowledge of multiple regression and bring their laptop with them.

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WSFD02

 

Testing for Mediation and Moderation using SPSS

 

Christopher Stride

 

The main learning objectives of this workshop are to:

  • understand mediated and moderated relationships and why we test them
  • learn how to test mediated relationships in SPSS using the PROCESS macro
  • learn how to use PROCESS to test, plot and probe moderated relationships 
  • understand more about advanced mediation models and moderated mediation
  • learn how to test moderated mediation models using PROCESS

This workshop will suit those wanting to upgrade their basic knowledge of simple multiple regression analysis and SPSS software skills to test more advanced models involving mediated or moderated relationships. Please note that due to its very full curriculum, this event will start at 9am (i.e., an hour earlier than the other workshops).

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WSFD03

 

Working in a World of Uncertainty

 

Terri Morrissey, Richard Plenty & Stephanie Duffy

 

The main learning objectives of this workshop are to:

  • learn ways in which we can deal with the impact of uncertainty on ourselves and on the work environment
  • develop practical strategies, skills and competencies for navigating in an uncertain world
  • reflect on these applications in relation to a newly developed conceptual model of uncertainty 

This is primarily a practical ‘how to’ workshop of interest to those who want to learn more about how to work with uncertainty; acquire new tools and techniques to use with their clients or within their own organisations; and for those working on research into uncertainty. 

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WSFD04

 

Risk Type Compass Qualifying Workshop

 

Louisa Bülow & Geoff Trickey

 

The main learning objectives of this workshop are to:

  • appreciate the importance of risk in the workplace
  • understand fundamental principles and concepts relating to risk
  • see how the Risk Type Compass can be used to support organisational interventions
  • understand how Risk Types apply to a variety of industries, professions and roles
  • deliver feedback to Risk Type Compass participants
  • interpret Risk Type Compass group reports and facilitate team workshops

This workshop will attract practitioners looking for a practical tool to support interventions where risk-taking is an important factor, as well as academics interested in personality assessment, risk or decision-making. No previous experience with the subject matter is assumed.

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WSFD05

 

HUCAMA Factors Personality, Ability, and Competency Assessment Accreditation

 

Rainer Kurz & Michele Guarini

 

The main learning objectives of this workshop are to:

  • obtain HUCAMA Personality Factors accreditation
  • learn about contemporary perspectives on personality, ability, and competency as well as the interplay between them
  • explore the impact of normative and ipsative measurement, granularity of construct hierarchies, and the nature of related constructs such as emotional intelligence and learning agility

This workshop is aimed at experienced psychometric test users who want to discover more about this new tool suite. Delegates will be expected to share their own report in small group breakout activities and to engage with the learning process.

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WSFD06

 

Researchathon on Digital Bias Interventions: Engage with Others to Design and Start Research Today

 

Tanja Hentschel, Brooke Gazdag & Francesca Manzi

 

The main learning objectives of this workshop are to:

  • create and plan a new collaborative research project on a (digital) bias intervention with the goals of (1) carrying out the project after the workshop (2) presenting the findings in a follow-up meeting and (3) publishing the research in a peer-reviewed journal
  • extend participants’ networks by facilitating connections between researchers interested in stereotyping and bias interventions as well as digital workplace interventions 

The aim of this event is to bring together researchers focusing on biases and bias interventions and give them the opportunity to brainstorm and work on a new research project with fresh collaborators. The workshop primarily targets academics, although practitioners who would like to conduct research are also welcome. 

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WSFD07

 

Designing, Implementing and Evaluating Organisational Interventions to Foster Employee Health and Wellbeing

 

Karina Nielsen & Ray Randall

 

The main learning objectives of this workshop are to:

  • be aware of critical issues in developing and implementing organizational interventions
  • demonstrate the ability to work with intervention design and implementation tools
  • show awareness of the challenges in evaluating organizational interventions
  • demonstrate the ability to plan an evaluation strategy for how to evaluate a complex intervention combining qualitative and quantitative methods

This workshop is designed to support both practitioners and academics who are currently involved in ‘live’ intervention projects. The content will also be relevant to those who are faced with the challenges of evaluating complex interventions in ‘real world’ settings. There is no need for extensive knowledge of the key processes involved as an overview of these will be included in the workshop.

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WSFD08

 

Designing and Evaluating Interventions to Promote Personal Resources

 

Deirdre O’Shea, Alexandra Michel & Gloria Gonzalez-Morales

 

The main learning objectives of this workshop are to:

  • understand personal resources and how they may be developed
  • reflect on how to design intervention activities and exercises to target specific personal resources
  • consider how to examine the effectiveness of interventions, including both outcomes and mechanisms

This event will appeal mainly to an academic audience with an interest in quantitative intervention research. It is not a requirement to have experience of conducting this type of research. 

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Fringe events

As well as the payable workshops, we are also offering a choice of free fringe events, each designed to meet the needs of delegates at a specific stage in their education or career development. As with the workshops, these must be booked prior to attending the congress by going to the Registration page after making your selection using the details below.

All-day events

FEFD01

 

PhD consortium: What is the societal impact you can have?

 

pHResh PhD Network

 

The main objectives of this event are to:

  • create a forum for engaging in dialogue on how to create societal impact as a PhD student 
  • develop a supportive multidisciplinary PhD community 
  • advance the skills needed to succeed as a PhD candidate, such as making a theoretical contribution, critical thinking and negotiation skills
  • learn how to communicate successfully with the general public to increase the impact of your research on society
  • foster a spirit of collaborative research across countries, institutions and disciplinary backgrounds

This event is primarily intended for PhD students and is organized by the pHResh network. It does not require any preparation and you have only to sign-up for it. 

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Half-day afternoon events

FEPM01

 

Junior Faculty Consortium

 

Corine Boon, Anders Dysvik & Deanne Den Hartog

 

The main objectives of this event are to:

  • receive guidance from senior academics about your academic career
  • obtain strategies and practices for developing your career and balancing the competing demands of the job
  • network with peers and senior scholars

If you have started your first faculty position in the last few years (as an assistant professor, postdoctoral researcher or in a comparable position) this consortium is for you!

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FEPM02

 

Development of Practice for Impact

 

Ingrid Covington & Richard Kwiatkowski

 

The main objectives of this fringe event are to:

  • join an international community of practice to share insights and experience in the core areas of WOP
  • learn from data on the application of WOP gathered from around the world and by listening to experienced practitioners
  • enhance your cultural sensitivity and awareness to achieve more effective collaboration across boundaries
  • strengthen your impact and credibility when working with the media and getting published
  • develop an action plan to future-proof your development by self-auditing your professional practice
  • form peer-to-peer learning support groups for giving and receiving coaching on live workplace issues and dilemmas
  • explore the importance of reflective practice for underpinning ethical and impactful ways of working

 

This workshop has been designed for people who have at least 5 years’ experience of applying WOP in organisational settings. It is open to both academics and practitioners who want to maximise the impact of their psychological knowledge in the real world.

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