Mind Matters! Getting Results Through Psychology
Jan 24, 2019
Setting expectations, directing, delegating, enforcing policy.
If you’ve been doing the same thing and not getting anywhere, listen to this webcast for new techniques that tap into the human psyche. Because understanding the root reasons of human behavior allows you to make different choices about how you manage and what kind of results you get.
Thought, behavior, personality — all three affect everything from having a preference for a particular employee to how often you voice your opinions in a group.
In this webcast, Dr. Boyce will give you a quick overview of three major schools of psychology—behavioral, cognitive and social — and give you insights into each one. So you can heighten your self-awareness and increase your effectiveness as a manager.
- Behavioral Psychology: what truly motivates human behavior— including four universal needs that are at the core of all human decisions
- Cognitive Psychology: why people perceive different things from the same physical reality and how to get everyone on the right page
- Social Psychology: individual performance within the group and how to use this to your advantage
- How to use psychology to be a better motivator
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Thomas E. (Ted) Boyce holds a PhD in applied psychology from Virginia Tech and was a professor of psychology at the University of Nevada, Reno. He has authored dozens of publications, including invited works for Psychology Builds a Healthy World (APA Press), Motivated magazine, and the Journal of Organizational Behavior Management. With 17 years of experience applying psychology to address business problems, Dr. Boyce has become a trusted advisor to numerous multi-site organizations because of his people-centered solutions. He has also addressed audiences numbering in the tens of thousands as a keynote speaker and corporate trainer. Together, these experiences have allowed Dr. Boyce the honor of full membership in the American Psychological Association, the Association for Behavior Analysis International, and Sigma Xi, the scientific research honor society.