Psychology: A Simple Guide to Workplace Psychology: Psychology Tips for the Employee (Psychology at Work, Psychological Motivating Factors, Theoretical … Emotions and Moods, Personality Disorders) – Best Psychology Books


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Psychology: The Workplace Psychology Guide

The Simple Guide to Workplace Psychology Tips for the Employee

Psychology has always been a lot more than a university course. In fact we use the techniques and theories of psychology in our day to day work. Sometimes we do it subconsciously through habit or conditioning. One of the most important parts of our life is work. We spend close to 8 hours a day on the job. When you consider the time spent on commuting and sleep; work seems to be this thing that envelops virtually everything we do. It is a serious business because that is where we earn an income to buy essentials like food, shelter and clothing. At the same time work is also the place where we meet different types of people. Many have met their future spouses and countless friends on the job. It is therefore very important to be able to adjust well to the workplace and all its challenges.

This book is conceived as a simple guide on how an employee can use the theories of psychology in their day to day life. It is not meant to be a definitive discussion of the theories of psychology. In any case it would take thousands of books to completely cover them. Instead this books gives you the reader simple tips and insights that you can use to get on better with your colleagues. The other benefit is that if you are a good colleague then chances are that you will find it easier to progress in your career. The book is divided into nine chapters which tackle specific theories in psychology and then try to apply them to the day to day situations which various workers find themselves in. This book can work for you at any level and any job. It does not matter whether you are a nurse, engineer, politician, miner or a multitude of other things. The book is equally applicable to the top executives and the lowliest people in the chain of command.

What You’re About to Learn:

  • Why You Need Psychology at Work
  • Tapping into Your Motivating Factors
  • Job Crafting Techniques
  • Theoretical Models
  • Trust and Safety
  • Attitudes, Emotions and Moods
  • Arrogance and Conceit
  • Personality Disorders
  • …And a lot more…

The Simple Guide to Workplace Psychology Tips for the Employee



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