SIOPSA Pretoria Regional Workshop: The Cost of Not Knowing: The Importance of Employee and Workplace Risk Management.
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- Casa Toscana, 5 Darlington Rd, Lynwood, Pretoria, 0081
- Start Date:
- 28 February 2017 17:30
- End Date:
- 28 February 2017 21:00
The Cost of Not Knowing: The Importance of Employee and Workplace Risk Management.
28 February 2017
Risk management involves understanding, analysing and addressing risk to make sure organisations achieve their objectives. If a company defines strategic goals without taking risks into consideration - including employee and workplace management risks, the chances are that they will lose direction when these risks occur in the organisation. The aim of this workshop is to provide the Industrial Psychologist with the means to actively contribute to the integrated risk management of a company and thereby improving the chance of an organisation to thrive in a challenging economic climate.
The following will be addressed during the workshop:
The application of an objective employee and workplace risk analysis.
The quantification of risks including disengagement, person-job fit and turnover intention.
The importance of employee and workplace risk management.
The cost of not knowing these risks.
SIOPSA Pretoria Regional Branch invites you to an opportunity
to LEARN and NETWORK with fellow Professionals:
Employee wellness and risk management
The Cost of not Knowing: The importance of Employee and Workplace Risk Management
Prof. Ina Rothmann
(PhD, Extraordinary Associate Professor, WorkWell Research Unit, NWU)
Francois de Wet
(Industrial Psychologist – PS0122505)
For more information please go to the SIOPSA website at www.siopsa.org.za
Learn more about Prof. Ina Rothmann
Ina Rothmann is the CEO of Afriforte, the commercial arm of the WorkWell Research Unit for People Policy and Performance, North-West University (NWU) Potchefstroom. Ina went to school at the centre of the earth, Lydenburg, Mpumalanga and completed a PhD in Pharmacy during 1997 at NWU. She has been involved in work-related wellbeing research since 1998 and was involved in several national and international research projects at the WorkWell Research Unit. Her life philosophy is “We must sail sometimes with the wind and sometimes against it but sail we must, and not drift, nor lie at anchor” because LIFE IS GREAT!
She holds numerous publications in international journals and is a well-known face at Wellness Conferences, where she presents keynotes and other presentations.
WHY should you attend?
Relevance to the South African IOP / HR practitioner:
The Industrial Psychologist, as a professional and expert in organisational development (OD) and employee functioning in the workplace, is in the ideal position to identify and evaluate employee and workplace risks and answer to Executives whether employee and workplace management support strategic intent, for example: Can we grow the business with 10% with our current workforce and work climate? Which areas show more risks?
Relevance to the Emerging Psychologists (IOP Interns, MCom and Honours Students):
Emerging Psychologists will get the opportunity to see what role an IOP can play in the risk management in South Africa, and realise, as young practitioners, the importance of risk management. The intent is to create an awareness from early on so that attention can be paid to this aspect.
REGISTER NOW Go to www.siopsa.org.za
Space is limited so please secure your place before the 20th of February 2017
Your invoice will be generated from the SIOPSA website, EFT and credit card payments facilities are available. Your registration will only be confirmed on proof of payment.
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Delegates that arrive on the evening without proof of payment or booking, will be expected to complete a registration form and sign the signature list.
*** No shows will not be refunded and please take note of our 72 hour cancellation policy***
We look forward to seeing you soon!