Thomas International set to speak at the 2019 DOP Annual Conference

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We are delighted to announce that our in-house psychology experts, Luke Treglown, Psychology Statistician and Research Analyst, and Carmen Amador Bareiro, Business Psychologist, will be speaking at the Division of Occupational Psychology Annual Conference 2019.

Held at the Crowne Plaza in Chester from 9-11 January 2019, the DOP conference will gather practitioners, global academics and keynote speakers to present on all the latest in occupational psychology. The theme of the conference will be 'Thriving at work' and will "reflect the contribution that we, as occupational psychologists, can make in the workplace as we are uniquely placed to support individuals and organisations to thrive."1

As leading thinkers in psychometrics, this is a fantastic opportunity for our Psychology team to share their latest insights, research and expertise.

The two seminars


Carmen's session entitled "Trait Emotional Intelligence as  a predictor of employee engagement" will explain the links found between emotional intelligence and employee engagement, answering questions such as: Are employees naturally more or less dispositioned to feel engaged at work? Are there specific aspects of our emotional intelligence that can help employees improve their engagement levels?



In his session "The self-awareness of "extreme" personalities", Luke will be emphasising two key implications for thriving at work: how self-awareness (or a lack thereof) impacts potential management styles and the importance of using psychometrics to provide insight into employee behaviour.


If you would like to find out more about this event, please get in touch with our Psychology team on 0207 257 2800 or email [email protected]

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1 BPS, Division of Occupational Psychology Annual Conference 2019