Work and Business Psychology
Most of us will spend up to a third of our lives at work. We’ll spend even longer thinking about work. It’s fair to say work is a highly significant part of our lives. And yet, this part of our life is often not as pleasant or meaningful as we would like it to be.
- Have you ever had to deal with a boss who was not a very effective leader?
- Have you struggled to maintain your motivation in light of a job that’s boring and under-stimulating?
- Have you found it difficult to get along with a colleague who seems to come from another planet?
- And have you felt stressed out at work and not really known what to do about it?
We all face these issues at times during our working lives.
And if you’re in a leadership position, you will not only face these challenges in your own work, but you’ll be thinking about how to manage other people’s work more effectively.
- How do you get the people you lead to be engaged?
- How might you approach conflict within your team?
- How might you create a safe and healthy workplace for your employees?
These are a sample of the interesting questions that concern work psychologists.
Work psychologists aim to use knowledge about psychology to improve people’s lives and to help our organisations to be more productive.
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