Global-Watch Thematic Working Group

Psychological health: psychosocial risks and protective factors

THE GLOBAL-WATCH COMMUNITY OF PRACTICE IN ACTION

This Global-Watch Working Group addresses psychosocial risks and protective factors, including management practices and organizational interventions, that have an effect on the psychological health of employees.

 


OBJECTIVES OF THE GLOBAL-WATCH THEMATIC WORKING GROUPS

  • Respond to common issues identified by affiliates;
  • Stimulate reflection and contribute to the enrichment of participants’ skills with the support of scientific experts as well as the content available on Global-Watch.com;
  • Share knowledge, experiences, ways of doing things, tips and tricks, tools, etc..;
  • Encourage changes in workplace practices and contribute to the achievement of organizational objectives.

 


FORMAT AND COURSE OF ACTION

  • Virtual meetings lasting 2 hours taking place every 6 to 8 weeks;
  • 6 to 10 experienced people, each representing an employer;
  • A renowned scientific expert to provide food for thought;
  • A Global-Watch moderator to facilitate discussions.

 


 

SCIENTIFIC EXPERTISE

Pr. France St-Hilaire, Ph.D.
Full professor, École de gestion, Université de Sherbrooke
Director of the post-graduate management programs, Université de Sherbrooke
Director, Équipe sur les organisation en santé (ÉOS)
Director of the Global-Watch network scientific monitoring

 

SPECIALTIES:

  • Psychological health at work;
  • Intervention-consultation in organizational development;
  • Management skills;
  • Followership and organizational behaviour of the employee;
  • Research methods.

 


WHO IS THIS GROUP FOR?

Access to the Global-Watch Thematic Working Groups is exclusive to Global-Watch affiliates.

 


 

Upcoming Sessions (in French)

  • February 4, 2021
  • March 11, 2021
  • May 6, 2021
  • June 10, 2021

 

Past Sessions (in French)

Are you a participant in this group? Click on the links below to access the documents. (These are available for authorized participants only).

 


 

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