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An easy approach to psychology of labour - The introductory guide to the use of psychological knowledge in the field of work and organizations - cover

An easy approach to psychology of labour - The introductory guide to the use of psychological knowledge in the field of work and organizations

Stefano Calicchio

Publisher: Stefano Calicchio

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How much value are we able to express in the company in which we work? How can we best realize our potential? What are the strategies to manage contexts of stress and excessive competitiveness? This book collects the know how necessary to solve the above questions and to create solutions to get the best out of your work. 

Learning the basic concepts of work psychology means learning methods to correctly recognize and evaluate your skills in relation to the operational context, to understand your colleagues and partners with whom you share your daily experience of collaboration and to realize the added value at the base of any growth in the business world.

In summary, this guide was created to explain in a simple and accessible way how to use the knowledge of psychology in modern organizations. All information is offered in a simple, practical and accessible way, allowing the reader to quickly acquire the basics of the subject. Forget the ineffective theoretical manuals from thousands of pages sold at crazy prices on the web and finally enjoy a reading that will give you what you are looking for at an unbeatable price.
Available since: 06/02/2020.

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