From Overworked to Energized: A Fresh Approach to Work

Team IIBP Anveshan, Business Psychology, Emotional Intelligence, Employee Engagement, Employee wellbeing, General Psychology, Issue 40, Leaderhsip Development, Volume 4

Coming across the topic of this month’s issue, my mind really kept going back to how routines have been helpful in my life. May it be a time when I studied hard for my mid-sems or finals, or may it be a time when I had to wake up, go to school or college, and now work. Routines really do …

Curiosity-Driven Leadership: Igniting Innovation and Adaptation in Organizations

Team IIBP Anveshan, Business Psychology, Emotional Intelligence, Employee Engagement, Employee wellbeing, General Psychology, Issue 39, Leaderhsip Development, Organizational Development, Volume 4

"Organizations that prioritize curiosity are better positioned to adapt to change and thrive in the midst of disruption" (Smith & Brown, 2022). In the constantly evolving business landscape, a curiosity-driven leadership strategy has emerged,paving the way for constant innovation and adaptability. The critical role that it plays in steering organizations toward innovative solutions, allows firms to enable them to not ...

Talent Development: Strategies for Career Advancement And Adaptation

Team IIBP Anveshan, Business Psychology, Coaching, Development Centers, Employee Engagement, Issue 39, Leaderhsip Development, Occupational Health, Training and Development, Volume 4

The idea of a linear career path has been replaced by a dynamic journey of continual learning and adaptation in today’s quickly changing professional scene. Talent development has become a crucial component of job growth, helping people to thrive in a constantly changing environment and stay relevant. This essay examines efficient talent development tactics that promote professional advancement and the …

Auto-Tuning of Human Output: The Influences that Tune our Choices

Team IIBP Anveshan, Business Psychology, Corporate Social Responsibility, Emotional Intelligence, Employee Engagement, General Psychology, Issue 38, Organizational Culture, Organizational Development, Volume 4

Mr. Kaushik Chakrabarty In the vast landscape of decision-making, the intricacies of human behavior and actions are often auto tuned by the subtle yet profound forces of social influence. In this article, we will delve into the fascinating realm of how our choices are molded by the environment and the people around us, leading to a conscious shift in our …

Self-Control and Decision Making: Balancing Immediate Gratification with Long-term Goals

Team IIBP Anveshan, Business Psychology, Development Centers, Employee Engagement, Issue 38, Volume 4

Ms Gayathiri Sridharan Hope we all would have enjoyed watching the “Marshmallow Experiment” in YouTube. If you missed it somehow, watch it before reading further: https://youtu.be/QX_oy9614HQ. This Marshmallow experiment was carried out during 1960 by the Stanford professor Walter Mischel. The experiment tested the power of self-control in hundreds of kids ( aged around 4-5 years) against the instant gratification …

Workplace Bullying and Personality Traits

Team IIBP Anveshan, Business Psychology, Employee Engagement, Employee Health, Employee wellbeing, General Psychology, Issue 37, Occupational Health, Organizational Culture, Organizational Development, Talent Management, Team Effectiveness, Training and Development, Volume 4

Scenario 1:Harish mails the report to his boss before leaving the office and when he is about to make a move his boss calls him inside his cabin and says “You call this a report? How can you not present the data in excel even after these many years of experience? Scenario 2:Harish mails the report to his boss before …

Psychology of Workplace Communication: Understanding Barriers and How to Overcome them

Team IIBP Anveshan, Business Psychology, Employee Engagement, Employee Health, General Psychology, Issue 37, Occupational Health, Organizational Culture, Organizational Development, Team Effectiveness, Training and Development, Volume 4

An organizational setting is one of the primary locations where individuals from diverse backgrounds come together, uniting their efforts to function as a unit. As people collaborate, effective workplace communication becomes inevitable. However, due to variations in background, culture, education, and other factors, being on the same page while engaging in conversations can be challenging. While communication primarily involves information …

The Puzzle of personality disorders: Understanding the Blueprint of dysfunction

Team IIBP Anveshan, Business Psychology, Coaching, Emotional Intelligence, Employee Engagement, Employee Health, Employee wellbeing, General Psychology, Issue 37, Mental Health, Occupational Health, Organizational Culture, Organizational Development, Team Effectiveness, Training and Development, Volume 4

The ancient Greeks were among the first to elicit that certain personality traits are problematic. For instance, they described “melancholia” and “hysteria,” which can be seen as early descriptions of what we now know as personality disorders. Sigmund Freud and his psychoanalytic theory in the late 19th and early 20th centuries greatly influenced the understanding of personality disorders. Freud identified …

Managing a Remote/ Hybrid Work Lifestyle

Team IIBP Anveshan, Business Psychology, Emotional Intelligence, Employee Engagement, Employee Health, Employee wellbeing, General Psychology, Issue 36, Mental Health, Occupational Health, Organizational Culture, Volume 4

Managing a Remote/ Hybrid Work Lifestyle With remote/hybrid work environments, there is more time to enjoy a sip of our tea/coffee, spend that extra 10 minutes catching up on news/ social media, and an additional 15 minutes to be with our pets or children. And within a few minutes, we can quickly jump into a work meeting and shift context. …

The Power of Positive Feedback: How to Give and Receive Feedback For Better Performance Management

Team IIBP Anveshan, Business Psychology, Employee Engagement, Employee Health, Employee wellbeing, General Psychology, Issue 36, Occupational Health, Organizational Culture, Organizational Development, Team Effectiveness, Training and Development, Volume 4

“I think it’s very important to have a feedback loop, where you’re constantly thinking about what you’ve done and how you could be doing it better. I think that’s the single best piece of advice — constantly think about how you could be doing things better and questioning yourself.” – Elon Musk, CEO SpaceX, Tesla (2015) A positive feedback loop …