HR and Psychology
By Bryan Ng
When dealing with People, remember you are not dealing with creature of logic, but creatures of emotion
Target Audience : Human Resource Specialist who want to help their staff to achieve a new transformation.
In order to engage employees, a good HR needs to have the right tools. This is where psychology comes in as it allow HR to understand beyond the surface of what was being communicated and address the underlying concerns or issue of the employee. When it comes to working with people, there are many processes and interactions involved and knowing which approach works best is a questions that can be more adeptly answered with psychological concepts
If you want to know how to better manage and improve the performance of your workforce, psychology gives you the foundation to do so. When it comes to working with people, there are many processes and interactions involved and knowing which approach works best is a questions that can be more adeptly answered with psychological concepts.
Motivation and employee relations are key aspects of the workforce. Psychology zeroes in on what could compel to stay at a job or what will it take to satisfy their sense of belongingness in a workplace. Without knowing the main drivers for these two, you’ll have a disengaged pool of employees at best with a high turnover rate. If you want to know how to better manage and improve the performance of your workforce, this series of training program gives you the foundation to do so.
HR & Psychology
A human resources department plays an active role in building talents and shaping right organisation culture. As such, it is important that HR possessed the right skills to analyze, listen, observe, question and coach staff to best support the delivery of organizational goals.
How Psychology help in HR Role:
i) Recruit Right Candidates: When a HR is able to understand how the brought up and family of origin shaped an individual and use it during interview, it increases the success rate in hiring the candidates with good self worth, hence performing better at work.
ii) Motivate Employees: When a HR understand how to identify, transform and tap into the inner resources of an individual, it will motivate, energies, expand and grow the individual and improve staff’s performance.
iii) Taking Disciplinary Action & Resolving Disputes: The ability to understand and identify the underlying perceptions, belief systems, expectation and yearnings of an individual allows HR to better in resolve any conflicts or enforcing any disciplinary action on staff.
The following topics are independent and inter-related. You are recommended to attend all 6 topics in order to master the psychology skills in engaging your people:
|TRAINING TOPICS||KEY LEARNING|
|HRP 1||The Wall: Human Coping Styles & Its Dynamic at work||Understand how one react when under pressure and how to be more congruent|
|The Iceberg: Understand Human Inner Voice & Yearnings||Understand how perceptions, belief system and inner self created our reactions|
|The Rainbow: Discovering the Internal Resources for motivation||Discover the inner positive resources in oneself|
|HRP 2||The Tree: Family of Origin & Its Impact at work||Understand how the primary family shape a person|
|The Journey: Understand How the Past Shape a Person (Life Scripts)||Understand how our experience and conclusion impact our thinking|
|The Mandala: The 8 Elements to Healthy Human Growth||Understand the elements to live a happy life|
Pre/Post Training Support
We provide many pre and post training supports, from personality test to follow through coaching to help participants to better internalise the change
From Training to learning transfer!