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Research and case study evidence over the past decade has revealed that positive employee well-being and high performance are mutually reinforcing. The workplace drivers of psychological well-being are beginning to be well-understood and systematic interventions to improve well-being can bring about sustained improvements in health and well-being of employees and organisational performance.


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Biography:

Ivan’s main role is as Founding Director of Robertson Cooper Ltd – a leading provider of well-being services to organizations. He is also Emeritus Professor at the University of Manchester and Visiting Professor of Organisational Psychology at Leeds University Business School. He is a Fellow of the British Psychological Society and Fellow of the British Academy of Management.

He has published over 40 books on Work & Organizational Psychology and 200 or so scholarly articles/conference papers. He has held visiting academic posts in the USA, Singapore and Australia.

His recent books include, “Well-Being: Happiness and Productivity at Work”, published in 2011 and “Management and Happiness”, published in 2013.

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