Work and Business Psychology
with Dr. Helen Ofosu

In this engaging podcast episode,  host Dr. Tamara Soles invites esteemed psychologist Dr. Helen Ofosu to shed light on her career as a work and business psychologist. Together, they explore Dr. Ofosu’s practical approaches to helping individuals navigate workplace barriers and discuss the common concerns that lead people to seek her valuable coaching services. Additionally, they delve into the impact of imposter syndrome and imposter treatment, specifically on racialized individuals.
Dr. Ofosu describes her own advocacy work within Canada to support Black psychologists. Don’t miss this episode with valuable insights for therapists seeking to enhance their understanding of supporting clients in the workplace.

Continuing Education

This Podcast Episode Provides 1 Hour of CE Credit

Work and Business Psychology Course Info

Course Description

In this engaging podcast episode, host Dr. Tamara Soles invites esteemed psychologist Dr. Helen Ofosu to shed light on her career as a work and business psychologist. Together, they explore Dr. Ofosu's practical approaches to helping individuals navigate workplace barriers and discuss the common concerns that lead people to seek her valuable coaching services. Additionally, they delve into the impact of imposter syndrome and imposter treatment, specifically on racialized individuals. Dr. Ofosu describes her own advocacy work within Canada to support Black psychologists.

Instructor's bio

Dr. Helen Ofosu has been practising Industrial / Organizational Psychology (also known as Work or Business Psychology) in the public and private sectors for over 20 years. In addition to Career and Executive Coaching, her specialties include assessing and developing leadership skills and navigating the complex issues of workplace bullying, harassment, equity, diversity and inclusion. In 2012, she founded I/O Advisory Services, a practice where she offers Executive and Career Coaching, HR Consulting, and some speaking and training. She’s also the author of the newly released book “How to be Resilient in Your Career: Facing Up to Barriers at Work”
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Learning Objectives

  • Identify the 3 most common career barriers faced by employees
  • Define imposter treatment and how it impacts racialized employees

How to Take the Course

Once you choose a course that interests you, simply click the enroll button to register for the course. You will be prompted to create your login information and then be directed to the course curriculum where you will have access to the episode, the learning objectives, and the post-test. Once you successfully complete the post-test, your CE credit certificate will appear on screen and can be downloaded. You can listen to the course episode directly on the course website or on your favourite podcast app.

How to Get Your Certificate

After listening to the course episode, you will be prompted to take the multiple choice post-test. To receive your continuing education credit certificate, you need to achieve a score of 70% of more. You may retake the post-test up to three times. Once successfully completed, the certificate will appear in your course area where you can download it.

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Dr. Helen Ofosu the author of a book that is mentioned in the episode.

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Course Format

This course is presented in audio format via podcast interview. The course is designed for post-doctoral psychologists and is an introductory level.

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Continuing Education Approvals

Dr. Tamara Soles is approved by the American Psychological Association and the Canadian Psychological Association to offer continuing education for psychologists. Dr. Tamara Soles maintains responsibility for the program. Verify with your State or Provincial governing body to ensure APA and CPA approved activities are eligible. *Note: Not currently eligible for OPQ CE credit.

 

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