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WorkLab 2019

8th EAWOP WorkLab – Practitioner Skills Workshop

New ways of working:  participative and evidence-based workplace design


7th to 9th November, 2019, Malta

 

EAWOP invites European practitioners working in the field of Work and Organizational Psychology (WOP) to join the 8th EAWOP Practitioner Skills WorkLab. This year’s programme is focused on changing work environments and exploring new ways of working. Participants will broaden their understanding of change in the workplace from a variety of different contexts and the effects those changes are having on work design, work-life balance, well-being and efficiency.


The programme will balance presentations of the latest research findings and practical approaches to effective organizational interventions. We are proud to announce that our speakers are Dr Carolyn Axtell (UK) who will discuss her past and current research about changing work environments and Lizette Engelen (Nijmegen, the Netherlands) who has been leading organizational change programmes for many years.

Similar to previous years we begin on Thursday afternoon setting the stage for the workshop and sharing our experiences of new ways of working. This will be followed by one and a half days with our speakers in dedicated interactive sessions to facilitate the application of knowledge, tools and techniques adapted to delegates’ own contexts and challenges.  Delegates are encouraged to bring their own case studies to develop during the programme.

This year WorkLab delegates will be enjoying the beautiful island of Malta and sampling its culture and heritage.


New ways of working: participative and evidence-based workplace design


The WorkLab aims to provide a platform for the latest scientific research to be brought to an audience of practitioners, who can thereby develop and enhance their professional practice and skills. The 8th EAWOP WorkLab is an interactive workshop event and participants will benefit from:

  • Developing a broad overview of the changing workplace from both research and practitioner perspectives
  • Understanding what effects those changes are having on work-life balance, well-being and efficiency;
  • A broader understanding of the process of introducing change in the workplace
  • Pooling expertise with other Work and Organizational Psychologists regarding new ways of working and its implementation
  • Gaining insight into the value of working with evidence-based methods.

Click here to see the WorkLab Worklab2019 Programme.

Registration


WorkLab is open to EAWOP members and psychologists nominated by their Constituent associations ONLY.  (Qualified psychologists can join EAWOP at  http://www.eawop.org/how-to-join)
Nominees must be: a) practitioners working in Work and Organizational Psychology for at least two years; b) have an interest in applying/learning more about the changing workplace and new ways of working , and c) able to evidence being inspired and committed to practitioner activities.

Fees

WorkLab fees are subsidised by EAWOP


Early bird rate until 6 September 2019

  • 675 EUR for EAWOP members/Constituent nominations
  • 375 EUR limited places available for Low Income Countries (possible shared bedroom)

Regular rate until 7 October 2019

  • 900 EUR for EAWOP members/Constituent nominations
  • 550 EUR limited places available for Low Income Countries (possible shared bedroom)

* Low Income Countries: see EUROSTAT
Local rate (non-residential) 425 EUR Early Bird / 650 EUR Regular rate
Delegates may bring an accompanying person; fee € 275 (this includes hotel accommodation for 2 nights, 2 dinners and a cultural event).


WorkLab fee must be paid in advance while registering and it includes:

  • Workshop participation
  • Hotel accommodation for 2 nights in Malta
  • All lunches, dinners and refreshments during the conference
  • Cultural event

Click here to download the Worklab 2019 Reg formform

Organising Committee:

Dr Angela Carter (UK)  a.carter@justdevelopment.co.uk
Helen Baron (UK)        helen@hbaron.co.uk
Dr Diana Rus (NL)      d.rus@creative-peas.com