Positive Organisations

Team IIBP Anveshan, Issue 3, Issue 4, Organizational Development

The impact of work on general wellbeing of an individual has always been a subject of occupational psychology but in recent times it has widely been explored by the positive psychology paradigm. It proposes that questions about what goes right, what gives life, what inspires and what is experienced as good, in addition to what is problematic and difficult in …

Valuable Employee Traits for a Work-from-home Setting

iibp-admin Anveshan, Issue 3

The COVID pandemic has tilted the functioning of the world and has had serious implications for organizations. Not only have companies had to move online regardless of the field in which they work, but many employees have also been let go off due to the economic strain the world has suffered. The pandemic points towards the uncertainty that all employees …

Counselling: Signs that you NEED it.

iibp-admin Anveshan, Issue 3

Counseling, today has become a very common word amongst the general public but cultural stigma still surrounds it. People reach out to their friends or family when they face difficulties in dealing with problems in their life rather than going to a trained certified counselors. While it may work for some in specific situations, mental health problems always require a …

Motivation: A driven factor in the work culture

iibp-admin Anveshan, Issue 3

Have you ever wondered what might be stopping you from progressing further? Do you feel, losing the inner drive while engaged in your work? Motivation is regarded as a significant construct and a major topic of research in organizational behavioral studies. Motivation largely contributes to an employee’s attitude that is analyzed through one’s work commitment, performance growth, and achievements. Just …

Recent Studies suggest that Anxiety and Panic Attacks can be treated using Cognitive Therapy

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Anxiety disorders constitute symptoms such as excessive fear and subsequent avoidance, typically in response to a specific object or situation and in the absence of true danger. They have a high prevalence, of about 18% and lifetime rates of about 29% (Kessler et al.,2010). Similarly, Panic disorder is an anxiety disorder characterized by recurrent unexpected episodes of sudden panic and …

Do Counselors Need Counseling

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Alisha Phillips Have you ever come across a doctor who never falls ill? Who doesn't need medication or even sometimes a consultation from another doctor? I hardly find this to be a realistic thought. The human being is a very complex creature; there can never be an exact science when it comes to the matters of the mind. The mind, ...

What are Different Kinds of Tortures/Abuse and their Effects on Child’s Mind and Adult Life

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Dr. Shalini Choudhary Torture is an act of inflicting physical or psychological pain by a perpetrator to the victim. This act may be from mild to severe and prolonged intended to inflict pain and suffering. Abuse on the other hand, is an intense behavior pattern used by the perpetrator to gain control and maintain power over the victim. Both the …

Understanding the Collectivistic Cultural Role of Indian Society During COVID-19 Pandemic

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Dr. Priyaranjan Maral, University of Allahabad  “collectivist cultures may have evolved a suite of behaviours that are well adapted to epidemics” Last eight months changed the entire world and gave a novel way or hope for seeing the role of collectivism culture and its positivity towards communities. Novel CoronaVirus (COVID-19) creates havoc in an entire world with millions of deaths, ...

Psychological Implications of Online Education

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Ms. Vagavi Prakash The unprecedented pandemic has brought life to a standstill. Globally all the countries world over have faced huge setbacks and education is one of the sectors which is undergoing a sea change in terms of adapting to digital learning as the new normal. This paradigm shift in the field of education has been received with mixed response …