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June 2014

Dr Almuth McDowall to give a talk at the Institute of Work Psychology Conference

Almuth will be delivering a talk at the Institute of Work Psychology Conference. Interesting topic - "What is me-time?"


Dr Almuth McDowall to speak at the 2014 WFRN Conference in New York City

Almuth will be convening an international symposium with Professor Gail Kinman at the 2014 WFRN Conference.


Dr Almuth McDowall discusses Workplace stress with Ruby Wax on BBC Radio 4's Woman's Hour

Almuth features on the BBC's Woman's Hour where she discusses how Managers need to be trained to spot mental health issues.


March 2014

Dr Almuth McDowall to give Keynote Address at the Women in Business Event at Surrey University

Almuth will be delivering the Keynote Address at The University of Surrey Business School's Women in Business event. To be held on the 12th March, Almuth's opening address is entitled 'The Psychology of Work-Life Balance – different for women than for men?'


January 2014

Dr Almuth McDowall discusses psychometrics with Jeremy Vine on BBC Radio 2

Almuth featured on the BBC's Jeremy Vine Show where she discussed the use of psychometric tests for executive appointments. She dispelled some of the myths, stressing that psychometrics can be an excellent indicator of potential but are not a substitute for measures of work experience and knowledge.


December 2013

Dr Almuth McDowall gives keynote address at 4th European Coaching Psychology Congress

Almuth opened the 4th European Coaching Psychology Congress with a keynote address discussing the feedforward technique and its application in coaching.


March 2013

Dr Almuth McDowall gives radio interview for The Voice of Russia

Almuth took part in a panel session on The Voice of Russia debating whether working from home is a good thing or not.


January 2013

Dr Almuth McDowall becomes chair of the Division of Occupational Psychology

Almuth has taken over from Alan Redman as the current chair for the Division of Occupational Psychology, part of the British Psychological Society.

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