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We are passionate about the development of the industrial psychology profession. We believe in the difference that the profession can make in business, in driving business results and ensuring the success of both business and the profession in years to come. This success requires us to take responsibility for our role, for the knowledge we contribute, and for understanding the requirements of business. To drive this success we need to redefine the relationship organisational psychology has with business.

Join us for a 12 month accredited CPD programme (24 CEUs), where we share practical innovative ideas and thinking that will allow organisational psychologists to play a central role in ensuring the ongoing success of organisations during these uncertain times.

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Upcoming CPD Events

12 July 2022 - Digitalisation of Psychometrics

Psychometric assessments are increasingly being used to support talent development or mobility and organizational change. With the improvements in AI and broader data use, the discipline of psychometrics is forced to avoid being confined to traditional thinking about testing. This session will explore some of the challenges psychometrics face in the digital age and how organisations can future-proof their assessment processes to achieve clear talent outcomes by ensuring outdated approaches are replaced with scientifically validated and up-to-date methods.

  • Event date: Tuesday, 12 July 2022
  • Event time: 17h00 – 19h00
  • Venue: Virtual Session

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16 August 2022 - Talent Agility in the Future Workspace

The future of work is now. Though tomorrow is still to be defined. What we know is that it requires a workforce that is agile and comfortable to loop in the learning-unlearning-learning cycle. But how do organisations support this catapult from ‘knowledge is power’ to life-long learning & network intelligence? Join this session to explore how we lead and prepare for success in the digital era.

  • Event date: Tuesday, 16 August 2022
  • Event time: 17h00 – 19h00
  • Venue: Virtual Session

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13 September 2022 - Accessibility & Virtual Assessments

According to Statistics South Africa, the national disability prevalence rate is 7.5 percent, yet employees with disabilities make up only 1 percent of the workforce. With the vast technological advancements organisations appear to be embracing virtual assessments. Thus, this support can be leveraged to support and encourage employers to recruit, retain, and upskill persons with disabilities by using virtual assessments to improve accessibility. This session will touch on how accessibility through virtual assessments requires the development of guidelines to determine and deliver appropriate accommodations for a wide range of conditions and deploying new technologies and innovations without creating new challenges or inequities for certain populations.

  • Event date: Tuesday, 13 September 2022
  • Event time: 17h00 – 19h00
  • Venue: Virtual Session

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11 October 2022 - Leading and Energising Teams in a New Digital Era

The new digital era and how work and life intertwine within it, has had significant implications on staff, the nature of work, the places of work, work policies, work-life integration, etc. At the start of 2020, our transition into the 4th Industrial Revolution was fast-tracked with the global COVID-19 pandemic, with no choice to debate and resist. In this session, we will unpack the role of the psychologist in guiding, coaching, and transitioning not only employees to the new digital era and word of work, but also leaders and the impact they have on the performance and well-being of staff and the workplace eco-system.

  • Event date: Tuesday, 11 October 2022
  • Event time: 17h00 – 19h00
  • Venue: Virtual Session

Registration will open closer to the time.

8 November 2022 - Pathology in the Workplace

The World Health Organisation suggests that 1 in 7 individuals globally have a diagnosable psychopathology, though recent research suggests that in some countries this may be as much as 1 in every 4. While the psychopathology experienced may vary, statistics of this nature suggest serious implications for organisations. Or do they? is Join us for an interactive session that explore psychopathology in the workplace, critically examining how we define and diagnose psychopathology, how we manage psychopathology, and the role that organisations play in maintaining psychopathology in the workplace.

  • Event date: Tuesday, 8 November 2022
  • Event time: 17h00 – 19h00
  • Venue: Virtual Session

Registration will open closer to the time.

13 December 2022 - Emotional Intelligence – Are we done yet?

Emotional intelligence has been a top rated discussion point for many years and highlighted as the crux of performance for complex and strategic roles. Have we overrated the impact of emotional intelligence? How important is this trait with new models of work, artificial intelligence and data orientated organisations.  This session aims to challenge our thinking and approach to EQ and the role it plays in the future of organisational talent management.

  • Event date: Tuesday, 13 December 2022
  • Event time: 17h00 – 19h00
  • Venue: Virtual Session

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