The Psychology of Sports and Neeraj Chopra

Team IIBP Anveshan, Emotional Intelligence, General Psychology, Mental Health, — Issue 10

Neeraj Chopra, an Indian javelin thrower created history on 7th august 2021. He threw the javelin to a distance of 87.58m and made India proud by picking up the gold medal in Tokyo Olympics. Indeed, a moment to pause our life and to feel the pride feeling of being an Indian. This is an amazing result of Neeraj’s practice but above ...

What is imposter syndrome?

Team IIBP Anveshan, Emotional Intelligence, General Psychology, Mental Health, — Issue 10

Self-doubt and lack of confidence frequently cause people to doubt their own abilities and accomplishments, and to see themselves as undeserving or even an imposter. While most people can rise above the questions and believe in themselves and their accomplishments, this is not the case for people with imposter syndrome. Imposter syndrome is characterized by an inability to own one’s ...

Implications for Nudge Theory for Organizations

Team IIBP Anveshan, General Psychology, Mental Health, Organizational Culture, — Issue 10

In today’s rapidly changing world, change is the only constant. And changes on the outside demand for change on the inside, from within – organizations and individuals. This implies that organizations aiming to thrive in the VUCA world are persistently looking for ways to bring about positive, desirable changes. There is definitely no dearth of tools, techniques and interventions to ...

How to Stay Motivated During Lockdown ft. COVID-19

Team IIBP Anveshan, Emotional Intelligence, General Psychology, Mental Health, — Issue 10

“Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts.” -Winston Churchill Amidst this seemingly endless lockdown, having lost the motivation to do anything is quite normal. After all, what’s the point of doing anything if you’re waking up just to spend yet another day under house arrest? It’s getting harder for people to ...

Managing Organizational Crisis through Emotional Intelligence

Karthik Anveshan, Emotional Intelligence, General Psychology, Mental Health, — Issue 10

“EQ training is a ‘must do’ training needed by all leaders in organizations. We need it personally for growth, and our employees need us to be self-aware of our emotional footprint on the people we work with.” – Joni Earl, CEO Sound Transit Crisis is very much part of our lives. It comes out of nowhere and surprises us. Covid-19 ...

Objectives and Key Results (OKRs): A Tool for Performance Management

Team IIBP Anveshan, Issue 7

Performance management is a corporate management technique that assists managers in monitoring and evaluating the performance of their staff. The purpose of performance management is to create an atmosphere in which people can perform to their full potential in order to accomplish the highest-quality work in the most efficient manner possible. A systematic performance-management programme ensures that managers and employees …

” Right time to talk about Periods (Menstruation)”

Team IIBP Anveshan, Issue 7

Sometimes we hesitate to talk about periods, it may make us, and the child feels a little uncomfortable. But children need reliable information! Helping the child to understand their body and how all body parts works will help them to take care of their health. We first need to know what the child knows about puberty. Clarify any misinformation, ask …

Cautious Consumers after COVID-19 Crisis

Team IIBP Anveshan, Issue 7

How and why do consumers’ purchases change because of the breakout of COVID-19? Consumers’ lifestyles and buying patterns are disrupted by pandemics like COVID-19, and the global economy suffers as a result. Consumer purchases of a nation’s own brand and items made in that country contribute significantly to that country’s GDP and aid in the recovery of that country’s disrupted …

Self-help technique to cope with stress and anxiety

Team IIBP Anveshan, Issue 6, Mental Health

Considering the Pandemic and the overall hectic lifestyle of the 21st Century, Stress has become a rather frequent guest for almost everyone. Stressors or factors that contribute to stress range from a mild convenience in our day-to-day life to Traumatic experiences. One factor that very often overlaps with stress is anxiety. The uneasiness and the unpleasant feelings of nervousness worry …

Sex education: When and how?

Team IIBP Anveshan, Issue 6, Mental Health

Sex education remains a foreign concept in many parts of India. Both parents and teachers do little to educate children about sex and other related subjects. There is also a common misconception that sex education only concerns reproduction and sex organs, despite the fact that it is much more. Before we get into when should we start sex education, let’s …