London Events


See below for information on forthcoming events in the London area. Summaries of some past speaker events are available as Event Reports in our News section here.

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  • Applying Positive Psychology – Pioneering work taking place in the UK

    Applying Positive Psychology – Pioneering work taking place in the UK

    Speaker:  Alex Bailey BSc MSc MBPsS, Leader Bailey & French Ltd 

    Date:        Tuesday 11th September 2018       

    Venue:      University of Westminster, 115, New Cavendish St., London W1W 6UW

    Time:         6.00 pm to 8:00 pm

    Nearest Station:  Warren St., Goodge St.

    FREE TO ABP MEMBERS.

    Please register via the booking link. Non-member tickets £30. 

    Over the last 15 years positive psychology has evolved from being seen as soft and fluffy happyology/ pop psychology to a significantly impactful approach for those working with business psychology. This talk will explore recent work going on in the UK in this field and consider some critical questions about Positive Psychology and its role in the Future of Work.

      

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  • David Blackburn FSCS

    Successful business transformation - developing a High Performance Culture at the Financial Services Compensation Scheme.

    Speaker:  David Blackburn, Head of People, Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS)

    Date:        Tuesday 20th November 2018       

    Venue:      University of Westminster, 115, New Cavendish St., London W1W 6UW

    Time:         6.00 pm to 8:00 pm

    Nearest Station:  Warren St., Goodge St.

    FREE TO ABP MEMBERS 
    Please register via the booking link. Non-member tickets £30.   

       

    In this session David Blackburn will share his story of culture change at the FSCS. He will explore how the FSCS refocused, aligned and engaged its people around a new set of Values designed to uplift both internal performance and customer satisfaction. This is a fascinating case study and is an example of why change management is so closely allied to Business Psychology.

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