IO 750

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IO 750

Course Description

Have you ever wondered how psychology applies to our lives at work? Industrial and organizational psychology applies concepts from psychology to address various workplace issues ranging from employee productivity and job satisfaction to facilitating change at an organizational level. The goal of this course is to understand how industrial and organizational psychology is used to address workplace issues. This course is designed to provide you with an introduction to industrial and organizational psychology and its different facets. Topics that we will cover during the module are an overview of I/O psychology, leadership in organizations, leadership theories, personality theory, diversity in the workplace, sexual harassment in the workplace, performance evaluations, motivation at work, teams, job attitudes, work-life balance, training and selection, and workplace justice. 3 Units

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Industrial Organizational syllabus - 10.15.pdfDownload
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