Professor of Organisational Psychology at Deakin University
Dr Michael Lieter is a world renowned expert on the Psychology of work, work-life quality and job burnout. Prior to coming to Deakin, Michael was a Professor of Psychology at Acadia University in Canada where he held the Canada Research Chair in Occupational Health and Wellness. While at Acadia University, he served as Head of Psychology, Dean of Science, and Vice-President Academic.
His research on job burnout and work engagement has been widely read. He co-authored the ‘Maslach Burnout Inventory’ and the ‘Areas of Worklife Scale’ and has extensive experience and depth of insight regarding their interpretation. In a commitment to improving work-life quality, he consults with organizations and researchers around the world.
His current research and consulting focusses on improving collegiality within workgroups. In Australia, he is currently involved in projects addressing workplace civility and job burnout in healthcare, policing, education, and financial services. Much of this work occurs through SCORE (Strengthening a Culture of Respect & Engagement), a workgroup-based approach to improving workplace civility.
A Sector at Capacity: Burnout, organisational change and adapting in the face of adversity
Tuesday 3rd September, 2019: 10:00am - 12:30pm
This session is an ‘invitation only’ event. It’s a space for funded disability advocacy organisations from across Australia to com together and participate in a facilitated workshop. It’s an opportunity to share knowledge and address some of the organisational issues arising during the transition to the new world of disability service provision.