The goal of the psych health and safety podcast is to rapidly advance the practice of psychological health and safety in companies worldwide. Featuring a guest each episode from the fields of health and safety, psychology and academia who are leading the way in their corner of the globe. Hosts: Jason van Schie, Joelle Mitchell, Hayley Farrell & Peter Kelly
Reflecting and looking forward - with Prof Sir Cary Cooper
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44:27In this episode, UK host Peter Kelly chats with Professor Sir Cary Cooper, Professor of Organizational Psychology & Health at the University of Manchester. Cary describes the evolution of psych health and safety research and practice over his 50 years of work. He shares his thoughts on the emerging field of intervention research, and describes how organisations can conduct their own intervention research.
Learnings from Working with CEOs - with Francois Barton
1:28:14In this extended episode, Australian hosts Jason and Joelle chat with Francois Barton, Chief Executive of the New Zealand Business Leaders’ Health and Safety Forum. Francois shares the work that the Forum has been contributing to the field of psych health and safety practice. We discuss the challenges and concerns facing members of the Board and Executive responsible for psych health and safety, share strategies and approaches that are helpful.
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Happier, Healthier, Safer - with Jonathan Hill
44:24In this episode, UK hosts Peter and Hayley chat with Jonathan Hill, Head of Occupational Health at Anglian Water, the first water company to achieve certification to ISO 45003. They talk about the business case for investment in employee mental health, and Jonathan shares his learnings from going through the process of implementing ISO 45003.
Return to the Office? - with Colin Newlyn
42:57In this episode, Australian hosts Jason and Joelle chat with Colin Newlyn, Founder of Decrapify Work. We discuss the much-publicised push to return workers to office-based work. Colin shares his views on who are the main drivers behind this push, reasons why employers might want their workforce back in the office, and the potential benefits and pitfalls of having people return to the office full-time. Colin then talks about the benefits of hybrid and asynchronous work. https://www.youtube.com/@workpunks7889 https://decrapifywork.substack.com/
Working as an Internal Researcher - with Dr Kate Bone
56:10In this episode, Australian hosts Jason and Joelle chat with Dr Kate Bone. Kate shares her experiences working as an internal researcher within the New Zealand public service. She reflects on the differences between academic research and internal research roles, contrasting the challenges and benefits of working within the public service. She explores what "evidence-based" can mean in different contexts.
Creating a wellbeing culture within a multi-national - with Daniel Chan
44:31In this episode, UK hosts Peter and Hayley chat with Daniel Chan, Global Workplace and Wellbeing Lead at dentsu international. Daniel shares his experiences in embedding and driving employee wellbeing within a multi-national organisation, and reflects on how to do this in a way that is respectful of diverse cultures.
EXPERT SERIES: The 'Professional Practice in Psychological Health & Safety Program' from FlourishDx
36:17In this special episode of the Psych Health and Safety Podcast, hear from Jason van Schie on a recorded webinar where he introduces a new 12-week program from FlourishDx. The 'Professional Practice in Psychological Health and Safety' program blends theory with practice in order to rapidly build new confidence and competence for people and safety professionals. Link to PPT slides here: https://tinyurl.com/mpmcw4sy Link to website here: https://flourishdx.com/professional-practice-program/
USA crossover - 1 year of USA podcast - Hosted by Dr I. David Daniels
1:09:53This episode marks one year since the start of the Psych Health and Safety USA podcast and again features a conversation with Joelle Mitchell and Jason van Schie, the co-hosts of the original Psych Health and Safety podcast in Australia. In a unique conversation, Jason and Joelle talk with Dr. Daniels about the last year of the USA podcast and some of what he’s learned over the year. They also fill him in on some of what has been going on “down under” relative to Psychological Health and Safety.