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Positive Organisational Psychology 2.0: Embracing the Technological Revolution

Positive organisational psychology is the fastest-growing sub-discipline of psychology and has significantly broadened our understanding of the factors contributing to and those distracting from work-related wellbeing and performance.

With its exponential growth over the past ten years, it’s clear that the discipline is on the horizon of a new wave of research, innovation and ideas which may fundamentally alter its own discourse. We expect to see a new wave of research focusing on topics like social and organisational network analysis of positive leadership and relational energy in the workplace, more advances in artificial intelligence-driven positive organisational interventions, human-robot collaboration, passive & neurological assessments of positive states/traits/behaviours at work and much more.

This new wave of research will be characterised by rapid innovation, mass adoption of artificial intelligence systems, machine learning, big data analytics, and will require more sophisticated models, approaches and measures to explain complex organizational phenomena; yet be flexible to adapt to new innovations in technology and the discipline. It will also require closer collaboration between scientists/practitioners, organizations and professional societies to fast track the implementation of scientific innovations. This revolution of the field culminates in what we called “Positive Organizational Psychology 2.0 (POP 2.0).

In this presentation, I aim to conceptualise POP 2.0 as an evidence-based, data-driven field that utilizes technological advancements and human-centred design to understand and enhance positive characteristics of individuals, organisations, and society for optimal psychological functioning, wellbeing, and performance. Specifically, I intend to provide an overview of positive organisational psychology’s emergence, highlighting its key characteristics and exploring the factors behind its rapid growth and declining relevance. I then conceptualize POP 2.0, outline its defining features, and advocate for a broader scope, expanded focal audience, enhanced methodologies, and transformative role shifts for practitioners. Finally, I conclude by outlining opportunities, challenges and perspectives that could drive the next wave of innovative research.

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van Zyl, L. E., Dik, B. J., Donaldson, S. I., Klibert, J. J., Di Blasi, Z., Van Wingerden, J., & Salanova, M. (2023). Positive organisational psychology 2.0: Embracing the technological revolution. The Journal of Positive Psychology, 1-13.

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Podcast of the BPS Division of Coaching Psychology

Use the link below to navigate to the monthly podcasts about specialised coaching topics.

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British Psychological Society Division of Coaching Psychology

The Division of Coaching Psychology supports psychologists, coaches, individuals and organisations who are interested in coaching psychology and coaching services. We share research and evidence-based insights that relate to the psychology of coaching.

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International Congress of Coaching Psychology

Launched in 2010, the International Congress of Coaching Psychology (ICCP) events have had a key aim of bringing the global coaching psychology community together. The collaborating organisations promote and host a congress event in their own region. They are responsible for financing and organising their event. Congress events are listed on the ICCP website.

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Group Relations Conference April 2024

IGSPO and SIOPSA, in partnership with The Tavistock Institute, invites you to participate in our second Group Relations Conference (Ancestral Meaning System), taking place on 11, 12, 13 April 2024.

Collaborate with us in this “here and now” experience of holding the present, tapping into the ancestral past and casting our dreams into our associative unconscious as we explore what lies in the lake beneath our surface level conscious.

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Form 160

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Labour Net POPIA toolkit

Download the policies and templates here

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Predictors and Process Selection Decision Making Webinar, 17 June 2020 with Nathan Kuncel, Jurgen Becken and David Bischof.

The PAI Interest Group hosted a webinar titled Predictors and Process Selection Decision Making, 17 June 2020 with Nathan Kuncel, Jurgen Becken and David Bischof.  To access the powerpoint presentation and studies mentioned during the webinar by the panellists please click on the links below.

PRESENTATION by Nathan Kuncel – View here

Studies referred to by Nathan during his presentation:

Kuncel Ones Sackett PAID 2010 view here

Kuncel Klieger Ones Harvard Business Review 2014 view here

Kuncel Klieger Connelly Ones 2013 Mech v Clinical view here

Kuncel Dahlke 2020 Diversity Decoy view here

Roberts Kuncel Shiner Caspi Goldberg 2007 Pers Psych Sci view here

Yu Kuncel Sackett 2020 view here

International Society for Coaching Psychology

The International Society for Coaching Psychology hopes to encourage the development of the theory, research and practice in coaching psychology and support coaching psychologists in their work. The international aspect of the Society is reflected in our Honorary Vice Presidents who are based in Australia, Canada, China, Denmark, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Korea, New Zealand, Poland, Portugal, United Kingdom, USA, Greece, South Africa, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland.

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Arumugam, S. (2014) Coaching in Black and White, HR Future, December 2015.

Understanding the impact of racial dynamics is essential for effective coaching especially in the South African context where coaching is fast becoming a preferred approach to individual empowerment and organisational transformation. Being mindful of our history and current sociopolitical context we approach coaching not as a value-neutral intervention but one that is sensitive to and able to hold our rich and complex contextual dynamic.

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International Coaching Psychology Review (ICPR)

International Coaching Psychology Review (ICPR) is an international publication with a focus on the theory, practice and research in the field of coaching psychology. The ICPR is published by the British Psychological Society Special Group in Coaching Psychology (BPS SGCP) and in association with the Australian Psychological Society Interest Group in Coaching Psychology (APS IGCP).

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The Coaching Psychology International (CPI) Journal

The Coaching Psychology International (CPI) Journal, is the international publication of the International Society for Coaching Psychology. It focuses on research, theory and practice. As an ISCP Affiliate Member (which is only available to paid-up SIOPSA members), access to the CPI Journal is granted on an individual basis.

  • CPI Volume 9, Issue 1, 2016. Read here
  • CPI Volume 10, Issue 1, 2017. Read  here
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The state of executive coaching research: What does the current literature tell us and what’s the next for coaching research?

Passmore,J.,& Gibbes, C.(2007). The state of executive coaching research: What does the current literature tell us and what’s the next for coaching research? International Coaching Psychology Review. 2(2). 116-128.

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PLOS ONE

PLOS ONE is an inclusive journal community working together to advance science for the benefit of society, now and in the future. Founded with the aim of accelerating the pace of scientific advancement and demonstrating its value, we believe all rigorous science needs to be published and discoverable, widely disseminated and freely accessible to all. The research that is published  is multidisciplinary and, often, interdisciplinary.

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Frontiers in Psychology

Frontiers in Psychology is the largest journal in its field, publishing rigorously peer-reviewed research across the psychological sciences, from clinical research to cognitive science, from perception to consciousness, from imaging studies to human factors, and from animal cognition to social psychology.

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European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology in Practice

In Practice is an open access journal accessible for both practitioners and academics and focuses on the application of Work and Organizational Psychology in Europe published by the European Association of Work and Organisational Psychology (EWOP).

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The European Journal of Applied Positive Psychology

The European Journal of Applied Positive Psychology seeks articles with a focus on theory, research and practice of positive psychology. There is a particular focus on applied positive psychology. In addition to research articles, papers can include brief reports, techniques, interventions, strategies, book reviews and conference reports. Editorials are written by the editors on topics of general interest or journal policy.

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In Practice

In Practice is an open access journal accessible for both practitioners and academics and focuses on the application of Work and Organizational Psychology in Europe published by the European Association of Work and Organisational Psychology (EWOP).

In Practice, 2020, Issue 12. Growth and Transformation.

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The SA Journal of Human Resource Management (SAJHRM)

The SA Journal of Human Resource Management (SAJHRM) explores aspects related and relevant to Human Resource Management (HRM) in various organisational settings. It aims to emphasise and promote the theory and good practices of HRM within Africa’s vulnerable labour market groups which has unique economic, cultural, political and social concerns.

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The SA Journal of Industrial Psychology (SAJIP)

The SA Journal of Industrial Psychology (SAJIP) provides a forum for cutting-edge, peer reviewed research in all fields related to investigations into the ways in which the individual can balance their daily activities (socially, culturally or linguistically) against the larger context of corporate, organizational and institutional values.

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The Philosophy of Coaching

The Philosophy of Coaching is a forum for academic researchers, educators and coach practitioners to share their knowledge and expertise with the international coaching community, engage in rigorous, reflective dialogue, and build their reputations as thought leaders and influencers. The journal employs a double-blind peer review process, ensuring that your submissions receive fair, balanced feedback prior to publication, and that your final draft, if published, represents the highest standards in academic writing on coaching.

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The Danish Journal of Coaching Psychology (DJCP)

Coaching Psychology: The Danish Journal of Coaching Psychology (DJCP) is an open access journal. It is published by the Coaching Psychology Unit, University of Copenhagen and the Coaching Psychology Research Unit, Aalborg University, Denmark,

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The International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentoring

The International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentoring is managed by ICCAMS (International Centre for Coaching & Mentoring Studies) at Oxford Brookes University Business School. The journal is published by Oxford Brookes University.

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Licence Agreement with The British Psychological Society

The British Psychological Society’s Special Group in Coaching Psychology (BPS SGCP) supports coaching psychologists, coaches, individual clients and organisations who are interested in learning more about coaching psychology and coaching services. Their aim is to provide psychologists with a means of sharing research as well as practical experiences that relate to the psychology of coaching.

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The Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ)

The Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) is a community-curated online directory that indexes and provides access to high quality, open access, peer-reviewed journals. DOAJ is independent.

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International Congress of Coaching Psychology

The International Society for Coaching Psychology hopes to encourage the development of the theory, research and practice in coaching psychology and support coaching psychologists in their work. The international aspect of the Society is reflected in our Honorary Vice Presidents who are based in Australia, Canada, China, Denmark, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Korea, New Zealand, Poland, Portugal, United Kingdom, USA, Greece, South Africa, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland.

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Launch of SIOPSA Professional Practice Guidelines for Industrial Psycho-legal work

Livestreamed presentation on professional practice guidelines.

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SIOPA Website

SIOPA Australia’s advocacy is focused on strengthening the profession of I/O Psychology for the future. In this session, we will highlight the value proposition that is rather unique to Organisational Psychology, which is the application of evidence-based approaches.

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The Earnings Assistant – Earnings Summary

The Earnings Assistant – Earnings Summary

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Webinar 30 October 2020 Dean Berndt

Presentation: Making sense of loss of support claims, remuneration structures for medico-legal reports, loss of earnings considerations and contingencies – Medicolegal – Loss of support and remuneration (Dean Berndt)

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Earnings Assistant Library

Earnings Assistant Library

The Earnings Assistant website link

Link to Earnings Assistant website

2023 GRC pre-conference dialogues

2023 GRC pre-conference dialogues. Dialogues about Ancestral meaning systems as they relate to leadership and authority.

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2022 Garnett – Experiences or emergent change from an applied neurosciences

2022 Garnett – Experiences or emergent change from an applied neurosciences

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2021 Geldenhuys – A conceptual analysis of the use of systems psychodynamics as an organisation.pdf

2021 Geldenhuys – A concepyual analysis of the use of systems psychodynamics as an organisation.pdf

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