Organizational Psychology provides an understanding of how people behave in the workplace and how to deal with some of the issues associated with wellbeing and performance. It covers a range of topics including personality, attitudes, motivation, teams, decision-making and leadership. Organizational Psychology contributes to our understanding by informing several workplace functions, chief among these include management, leadership and human resource management. The course will equip students with a range of options, techniques and strategies for dealing with the challenges, difficulties and trauma’s that have become a feature of contemporary organizational life. It offers useful and practical solutions to these as well as enhancing wellbeing and individual and organizational performance. Students will be encouraged to think critically by acknowledging cultural and individual diversity in the ways that organizational life is now experienced in a global age, investigating issues related to gender, age, ethnicity, sexual orientation, social class and political economy.

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Fall 22




Thi Lan Nguyen



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