Offline People: Social Networking in Everyday Life

Team IIBP Anveshan, Business Psychology, Employee Engagement, General Psychology, Issue 47, Mental Health, Mental Health Champions, Uncategorized, Volume 4

In the realm where virtual meetings, screens and digital interactions reside. The idea of Social Networking for the youth today looms like mirage. Though, the trend is quite unique in its own way but has given way to a number of issues with varying degree of severity, be it issues with children having difficulty in expressing their emotions and sometimes …

Creative Outlets: The Role of Art and Music in Mental Health

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In a recent study conducted by mental health experts, the role of creative outlets such as art and music in promoting mental wellness has come to the forefront. With increasing stressors and pressures in today’s society, individuals are turning to these expressive mediums as a means of finding solace and healing. Art therapy, a practice that involves the use of …

The Unseen Backpack: Supporting Mental Health in Invisible Battles

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In the bustling world of business, the spotlight is, more often than not, placed on outward accomplishments and observable triumphs. However, amid the hustle and bustle, there exists a quieter, often overlooked realm—the realm of mental health. Just like an unseen backpack, many professionals carry the weight of invisible battles, grappling with stress, anxiety, and other psychological challenges behind the …

Paws for Thought: The Therapeutic Power of Workplace Pets

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The inclusion of pets in the workplace has garnered increasing attention due to its profound impact on employee well-being and productivity, backed by a growing body of research. For instance, a study conducted by the American Psychological Association found that interacting with animals can igger the release of oxytocin, a hormone associated with stress reduction and social bonding. This physiological …

From Overworked to Energized: A Fresh Approach to Work

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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 ...

Social Learning and Curiosity: How Peer Interactions Foster Adaptive Learning

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A vital component of human growth and development is learning. While traditional educational institutions are important for acquiring knowledge, social connections, and peer involvement account for a sizable percentage of our learning. This type of learning, known as social learning, is closely related to curiosity, the need we all have to look around us, ask questions, and try to comprehend …

Social Media and Lifelong Learning: Fostering Adaptive Agility in the Digital Age

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In today’s rapidly evolving digital age, social media has transcended its role as a platform for communication and entertainment, becoming an invaluable tool for fostering lifelong learning and adaptive agility. The modern world is characterised by constant technological advancements and paradigm shifts, necessitating individuals to continuously acquire new knowledge and skills to remain relevant and competitive. Social media platforms offer …

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

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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 …

The Role of Memory in Learning: Strategies for Enhancing Retention and Recall

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Ms. Muskan Memory is an essential component of human cognition, serving as the foundation for acquisition of knowledge, comprehension, and data retention. Memory is essential in creating the perception of the world around us, whether we are preparing for examinations, learning a new skill, or simply absorbing information from our everyday encounters. Moreover, memory is not just a passive reservoir …