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17/10/2011 - Submitted by: Hohenstein Rena

he IWP International Conference 2012 is being held from 26th to 28th June at the Mercure St. Paul’s Hotel, Sheffield City Centre. It is hosted by the Institute of Work Psychology, University of Sheffield, a distinctive community of researchers focused on work psychology and related areas, such as organisational behaviour and human resource management. This conference follows our extremely successful events in 2008 and 2010 each of which attracted over 200 delegates from 36 different countries. The conference theme, Thriving in times of uncertainty, encourages us to consider what facilitates high performance and well-being in challenging times. We encourage academics and practitioners to focus on the positive contribution that work psychology and related areas can make in a post-recovery climate. We anticipate the presence of some 200 - 300 delegates at our 2012 conference for whom this will be a major showcase for their research and a unique networking opportunity. The Conference will also be attractive to business leaders by exploring the latest ideas in occupational psychology and placing them in a practical setting. The conference will feature three internationally recognised keynote speakers - Professor Talya Bauer, Professor Gilad Chen and Professor Sharon Parker. An internationally recognised business keynote will also feature at the conference. There will be a full programme of papers and an interactive poster session. The week opens with a follow-up to 2008’s and 2010's very popular Postgraduate and Early Careers Event and Pre Conference Workshops. Latest News Online Submission System NOW OPEN for IWP Conference 2012 Posted on Oct 04, 2011 Please Visit to submit. You can NOW upload a paper for consideration for inclusion at the upcoming IWP Conference 2012. The deadline for submissions is Friday 18th November 2011. We look forward to receiving your submission.
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