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Dr. Teresa Amabile to Keynote 2014 Workplace Awards


Dr. Teresa Amabile, Harvard Business School professor and co-author of The Progress Principle: Using Small Wins to Ignite Joy, Engagement, and Creativity at Work, will deliver the keynote address at APA's 2014 Psychologically Healthy Workplace Awards, which will be presented on Saturday, March 8th in Washington, DC.

Amabile is the Edsel Bryant Ford Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School, as well as a Director of Research. Her research investigates how life inside organizations can influence people and their performance.

Her current research program focuses on the psychology of everyday work life: how events in the work environment influence subjective experience and performance, including creativity, productivity and commitment to the work. She is the author of The Progress Principle, Creativity in Context and Growing Up Creative, as well as over 150 scholarly papers, chapters, case studies and presentations.

Amabile has presented her theories, research results and practical implications to various groups in business, government and education, including Google, Pixar, Intel, TEDx Atlanta, Procter & Gamble, Novartis International AG and Genentech. She holds a PhD in psychology from Stanford University.

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