Psychology in the Workplace
The Psychology in the Workplace Network of Kentucky aims to promote psychological health for workers. A psychologically healthy workplace is one that provides:
Employee involvement in decision making
Work-Life balance for all employees
Employee growth and development opportunities
A focus on physical and mental health and employee safety
Formal and informal recognition of employees’ good work
We promote psychological wellness for workers through educational initiatives to explain what a psychologically healthy workplace is and how organizations might improve their workplaces. From our I love My Job campaign to presentations to local rotary clubs, our committee seeks to educate the public on the research and best practices of organizational wellness.
“Why should I become involved in the PWN?”
If you are a psychologist or business leader in Kentucky who wants to make a positive impact on your community, network with professionals in psychology and businesses throughout the state, and gain valuable experience helping organizations, consider joining our committee!
Courtney Keim, Ph.D., Chair
Is an Assistant Professor of Psychology at Bellarmine University, received her B.A. in Psychology from Christian Brothers University and her Ph.D. in Experimental Psychology, with a concentration in Industrial & Organizational Psychology, from the University of Memphis. Her research focus is in organizational wellness with an emphasis on stress in the workplace, job insecurity, and personality.