Effects Of Leadership On Team Dynamics And Performance

Team IIBP Anveshan, Employee Engagement, Issue 13, Leaderhsip Development, Mental Health, Talent Management, Team Effectiveness

John Maxwell quoted that “Leadership is influence, nothing more, nothing less.” John Maxwell’s definition does away with hierarchy and authority and instead focuses on the ability to influence. Leadership is defined as the process of facilitating individual and collective efforts to accomplish the shared objective. Leadership is an influential process that enables managers to get their people to work willingly …

Wellbeing in Workplaces for 2022

Team IIBP Anveshan, Business Psychology, Employee Health, Employee wellbeing, General Psychology, Issue 13, Mental Health, Occupational Health

This article addresses the need for well-being initiatives in the workplace as a silver bullet for thriving organizations. It covers highlights from 2021 that lay the ground for setting processes in organizations supporting positive mental health as an outcome. Lastly, I offer suggestions on creating a baseline to address these issues. 2022 is still a year of recovery from the …

Importance of Self Awareness in the Workplace

Team IIBP Anveshan, Business Psychology, General Psychology, Issue 13, Leaderhsip Development, Mental Health, Training and Development

Self -Awareness is our recognition of ‘SELF’, our Character, our Strengths and Weaknesses, our Desires, and our Likes and Dislikes. Socrates once said: ‘To know thyself is the beginning of wisdom.’ “The capacity to be aware of, control, and express one’s emotions, and to handle interpersonal relationships judiciously and empathetically.” Self-awareness is having a clear perception of who you are, …

Fostering an Open Culture for Team Effectiveness

Team IIBP Anveshan, Business Psychology, Employee Engagement, Issue 13, Leaderhsip Development, Organizational Culture, Organizational Development, Team Effectiveness

Openness, Trust & Psychological Safety Openness is at the core of the concept of psychological safety. This concept was spoken about by Harvard’s Amy Edmondson in a 1999 journal article where she spoke of it in context to team learning and performance. She defined it as an absence of interpersonal fear and where people can speak up about work-related topics …