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Distinguished professor at Lancaster University Management School, Professor Cary Cooper is a regular guest on  BBC Breakfast News. This morning he was there to discuss how to create motivation at work and keep sickness absence low. In April he was there to underline the importance of taking holidays. Despite the current climate,  Professor Cooper says “research shows it’s good for you, both physically and mentally.”

Cary Cooper, who specialises in Organizational Psychology and Health, has authored over 150 books pertaining to psychology and was heralded the ‘5th Most Influential Thinker in HR in 2011.’

Risk management is an ongoing concern for modern organizations in terms of their finance, their people, their assets, their projects and their reputation. That’s why the research and exploration detailed in the series edited by Professor Cary (Psychological and Behavioural Aspects of Risk) is so important.