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Home: Training Workshops: Psychology for the Workplace

PSYCHOLOGY FOR THE WORKPLACE

(2 day training programme)

 

Introduction

Managers and leaders are required to manage feelings and behaviors of their subordinates. A good understanding of workplace psychology can enhance the performance of managers and leaders in managing their employees. Participants will develop the ability to effectively apply psychological principles of motivation, communication and leadership to obtain excellence in the workplace. They will gain insights into why and how they react and respond to events in their organizational life. The seminar will enable delegates to gain skills and knowledge in the workplace to enhance performance in their work.

 

 

The LPI Advantage

The LEONARD Personality Inventory (LPI) helps to identify behavioral preferences of individuals. The LPI is formulated based on the Five Factors Model (FFM) of human personality. It is anchored under the Types & Traits Theory of classical personality theories.

The LEONARD Personality Inventory is named after the acronym Let's Explore our personality based on Openness, Neutral, Analytical, Relational and Decisive behavioral. The LPI profile is a tangible feedback in print form.


Benefits of Using the LPI in this Training Programme

How individuals benefit?

  • Personal improvement (optimizing their strengths and overcoming their weaknesses)

  • Removing emotional blind spots

  • Improving leadership styles

  • Enhancing their Creativity

  • Enhancing their interpersonal skills

  • Managing stress

  • Managing disagreements/conflicts constructively
     

How organizations benefit?

  • Understanding individual personalities in teams and developing strategies to build effective teams.

  • Short-listing candidates for employment or selection for special projects.

  • Coaching candidates in personal and performance improvement.

  • Identifying key elements for training in future Leadership and Management programmes.
     

Objectives

 

This training programme will help participants to gain:

  • Gain insights into workplace psychology
  • Skills in applying psychological principles
  • Better leadership skills to motivate employees
  • Competencies in managing employees
  • Communication skills for resolving conflicts
  • Abilities to understand the emotional makeup of other people
  • Interpersonal skills based on psychological insights
  • Persuasive skills to negotiate with others
  • Abilities to remove blocks to their creativity
  • Creative abilities to solve organizational problems


PROGRAMME CONTENT

Day  1. Perception and Human Behaviour

  • Exploring perception
  • Personality profiling with the LEONARD Personality Inventory (LPI) to develop Emotional Excellence (EE)
  • Introversion and Extraversion
  • Optimizing our personality strengths
  • Endorphins and our behaviours
  • Learning theories for the workplace
  • How our employees can learn better
  • Understanding the psychology of communication
  • Applying psychological principles of communication in the workplace
  • Effective communication
  • Transforming blocks in communication
  • Resolving conflicts in the workplace

Day 2. Towards Excellent Leadership

  • Stages of human development
  • Deficit motivation and abundance motivation
  • How leaders can motivate employees
  • EE for relationship building
  • Removing blocks to motivation
  • Motivating a high performance team
  • Psychological principles of leadership
  • Leadership for managing performance
  • Visionary and competent leadership
  • Developing leadership integrity

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PROGRAM OUTLINE

Perception and Learning for Enhancing Performance

Human Behaviors and Communication

Motivation

Creativity in the Workplace

Psychology of Leadership