Division 1: Work & Organizational Psychology

Welcome to Division 1: Work & Organizational Psychology

Division 1 focuses on understanding, explaining and shaping attitudes and behaviour in organizational settings and identifying conditions that promote motivation, creativity, competency, teamwork, leadership, health and wellbeing, as well as the central role of human resources in strategic organizational planning.

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Division 1 Board Members

President: Vicente Martinez-Tur, Spain

President-Elect: Kristina Potocnik, Scotland

Past President: Barbara Kożusznik, Poland

Secretary-General: Carolina Moliner, Spain

Communications Officer: Marija Davcheva, North Macedonia

Officer: Amalia Perez, Brazil

Division 1 Updates and Recent Events

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Letter from the President

Please follow this link to a read a letter from your new Division 1 President, Barbara Kożusznik.

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The Work-Family Interface in Global Context

Published: 2017-08-13

The Work-Family Interface in Global Context. Karen Korabik (University of Guelph, Canada), Zeynep Aycan (Koç University, Turkey), and Roya Ayman (Illinois Institute of Technology) are its editors. Chapters were written by a global team of 14 researchers that represent universities in the United States, Canada, Turkey, Indonesia, Australia, Israel, Taiwan, India, Spain and China.

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Special Issue Contents - Organizational Dynamics

Published: 2016-10-30

If you teach, consult on, or study careers, you might like to glance over the contents of a new special issue of Organizational Dynamics on Enabling Career Success, edited by Peter Heslin (UNSQ Australia). It is packed with useful career management tools developed by some of the finest researchers in the careers field. While primarily aimed as practical guides for managers and MBA students, several of these 10 articles may also be useful for consulting, Exec Ed, in your research, or for personal use.

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