Anthony Haynes writes: Every day this week we’ve been relaying stories from the worlds of talent acquisition, talent management, and human capital. We’ve chosen neat, imaginative, stories that seem to us to lead somewhere.
Today’s story comes from the British Psychological Society’s Occupational Digest (8 February) — one of our favourite sources of research findings and applications.
The post describes how occupational psychology may contribute to humanitarian work — in particular by improving the conditions of humanitarian workers themselves.
The story is available here.