Are you successfully using business psychology to improve Employee Engagement?
If so you can showcase your work and gain credibility and recognition for your achievements by entering the Association for Business Psychology (ABP) Workforce Experience Awards.
The awards will be combined this year with the ABP’s annual conference – Business Psychology in 2030: The Future of Work – which will be held over 13th and 14th October 2016.
The award winners will be selected by your peers who will review all submissions and provide unbiased feedback. The prestigious judging panel includes senior psychologists, recognised academics and senior business leaders from organisations including Coca Cola, HSBC, Credit Suisse, PwC, The Civil Service, BT and BP. You can view the full list of judges here.
If you’re short-listed for an award you will be invited to speak at the conference, alongside eminent thought leaders such as Adrian Furnham (Professor of Psychology at UCL), Michael Relland (Global Head of HR Business Services, PwC); and best-selling author Oliver James (Affluenza, The Selfish Capitalist & Office Politics).
Entry to the awards is free and easy – you need only to write 1,500 words on the challenge you faced, the approach you adopted and the outcome you achieved.
The deadline for entry is Monday 13th June.
Additionally, to help you to write a winning entry, the ABP is running a free online training session on:
Friday 20th May 2016 – 11:30am to 12:30pm (with optional Q&A to 1:00pm)
Those who participate in the training typically write a more successful entry as it will cover how to pick a category for your entry, top tips for writing your entry and advice on how the judges will assess what you submit.
Click here to sign up now.
The last two awards events have been a huge success and given it is a way to share your work with your clients (or even feature your clients) it lends itself to you using the event to push and demonstrate your own leadership amongst a field of entries.
For more information, please see the website