This course covers the basic principles of organizational behavior and management, including how individuals make decisions and motivate others, how to influence groups, and how to exert leadership throughout an organization.
Behavioral Psychology, Human Resources And Organizational Behavior
This course provides an overview of the tools and techniques of human resource management. How do organizations attract, retain and empower their employee talent. Students will also analyze how their credit union is organized, and the practices used for people management within the organization.
Uses psychology research to understand personal and interpersonal motivation and decision-making. Students will explore their own personal management style and the styles of others. How must incentive structures change to motivate individuals with different psychological profiles.
The theories and empirical findings of psychology and the relationship between the mind and human behavior. How do patterns from academic research help us to predict actions and behaviors, and form better habits and business decisions.