This introduction to success in the workplace provides an accessible overview of major psychological concepts and techniques that conveys how to exercise a solid professional performance and achieve personal satisfaction. Approaches to perception, learning, personality, conflict and motivation are examined, as well as theories of human behavior at work. Updated to include current issues that readers can relate to in everyday life, the Sixth Edition explores topics such as cross-cultural relations, working in teams, empowerment, and other relevant matters with the goal of developing an appreciation of key principles and findings of the psychology of individual behavior. For professionals with a career or interest in industrial/organizational psychology, human relations, mediation, and/or interpersonal skills.
Specifications of Applying Psychology
|Author||Andrew J. DuBrin|
|Number Of Pages||448|
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